No decision from Supreme Court on Texas law, NY Times generates more pro-abortion propaganda

By Dave Andrusko

NRLCstaffMarch2016reOnce again, the Supreme Court today did not issue a ruling in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt— the pro-life 2013 Texas law known as HB 2.

At issue are two provisions: (1) that abortion clinics meet the same building standards as ambulatory surgical centers; and (2) that abortionists have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles for situations of medical emergencies.

And once again, over the last 24 hours, the New York Times has run still another op-ed crushing HB 2 and debuted.

a new Op-Doc film, The Chosen Life, the latest film in a series by independent filmmakers supported by Chicken & Egg Pictures.

Directed by Dawn Porter, The Chosen Life chronicles the challenges faced by Dr. Yashica Robinson, the only practicing OB GYN in Huntsville, Alabama who provides abortions.

NRL News Today readers may recall the name Dawn Porter. We wrote about her on Tuesday. In that instance we were talking about millions in free publicity that will be provided next week by PBS’s “Independent Lens” for Ms. Porter’s agitprop documentary “Trapped.” As you’ll recall, this ridiculously misleading pro-abortion acronym stands for Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers. The free publicity provided by the New York Times, among the world’s most important newspapers, is even more helpful.

We could talk in depth about the op-ed bashing HB 2 or about “The Chosen Life,” but they represent (especially the former) the usual pro-abortion tactic: take the most difficult cases to demand that there never been even the most commonsense limitation on any abortion at any time in pregnancy.

It helps the Abortion Industry to no end to have virtually all major media outlets in their back pocket.

Fortunately, for unborn babies and the medically vulnerable, they have something more important: you.