Biden admin directs teen girls to pro abortion website
The Biden admin unveiled a new website this week that directs teen girls to information about how to get a secret abortion without their parents’ knowledge.
Townhall reports the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website, ReproductiveRights.gov, provides information about how to get an abortion and how to get others to pay for it now that states may protect unborn babies by banning abortions again.
The website describes killing unborn babies in abortions as a “right” even though the U.S. Supreme Court said there is no constitutional right to abortion in its historic ruling Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health last week.
“Your right to access abortion services: Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, access to abortion will depend on the state you live in even more than before,” the HHS website states.
While the HHS website very briefly mentions support for pregnant and parenting mothers, such as prenatal care and breastfeeding services, the promotion of abortion and birth control appear to be its main purpose.
Primarily, the government directs users to another website, AbortionFinder.org, a project of pro-abortion groups, including the billion-dollar abortion chain Planned Parenthood, with information about how to get an abortion and how to get taxpayers or independent groups to pay for it.
That independent website tells girls under 18 how to skirt state parental involvement laws and get abortions without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
According to Townhall:
For women under age 18, AbortionFinder.org directs them to a separate website to obtain a judicial bypass to get an abortion “if you need to avoid involving a parent or guardian.” …
The webpage contains a “quick exit” button that immediately redirects the website to an unrelated webpage, presumably so a minor can avoid getting caught browsing the site.
Girls under 18 who want to avoid parental involvement — or who are being pressured into an abortion by their abusers — are encouraged to contact the Repro Legal Helpline, which helps teens obtain consent from a judge instead of a parent.
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