Rand Paul showed that pro-abortionists, who dominate the Democrat Party, support abortion through all 9 months of pregnancy. Debbie Wasserman Schultz would not answer the question whether she would or wouldn’t support the abortion of a 7-pound baby. Here was her response:
“Here’s an answer,” said Schultz. “I support letting women and their doctors make this decision without government getting involved. Period. End of story. Now your turn, Senator Paul. We know you want to allow government officials like yourself to make this decision for women — but do you stand by your opposition to any exceptions, even when it comes to rape, incest, or life of the mother? Or do we just have different definitions of ‘personal liberty’? And I’d appreciate it if you could respond without ‘shushing’ me.”
In a CNN interview, Wolf Blitzer asked, “But is he right when he says that it’s OK, from your perspective, to kill a 7-pound baby in uterus? Is that your position?”
In everything she said in response to Paul’s challenge, Debbie Wasserman Schultz would support killing (murdering) a 7-pound baby because of a woman’s “personal liberty.”
The anti-abortion organization Created Equal is bringing the reality of abortion front and center on college campuses across the nation by using state of the art technology.
Columbus, OH – April 16, 2015 – Created Equal, a non-profit education foundation, is set to air graphic video of abortion victims via JumboTron at the University at Buffalo. The controversial video will be broadcast on Thursday, April 16, 2015 by the Student Union.
Abortion Video via JumboTron
Who: Created Equal
What: Jumbo-Tron playing graphic abortion video and students using signs of abortion victims
Where: University at Buffalo, by the Student Union
When: From 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, April 16, 2015
National Director Mark Harrington of Created Equal, said, “Created Equal has pioneered the use of this cutting-edge video technology to represent the victims of abortion to audiences in Washington, DC; San Francisco, CA; and more. Now, for the first time, it is coming to the University at Buffalo.
Not until now has abortion been represented in such a profound way. Using this powerful technology allows us to continue to stand for preborn humans and make the victims of abortion more real to students.”
Created Equal is a traveling photo exhibit that visits college and high school campuses around the country to show as many students as possible what abortion actually does to preborn children. Placing abortion in the broader context of age discrimination, the project attempts to create debate on campus to influence America’s future decision-makers and leaders.
Mark Harrington is the National Director of Created Equal.