By Dave Andrusko
While pro-lifers are well aware of the Biden-Harris domestic pro-abortion agenda—it is vast, ambitious, and utterly ruthless—we must keep in mind that just as Biden-Harris are reversing President Trump’s pro-life initiatives at home, they are equally eager to send the pox of abortion overseas.
The Associated Press (AP) reported yesterday “Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday will formally scrap a blueprint championed by his predecessor to limit U.S. promotion of human rights abroad to causes favored by conservatives…”
The AP’s Matthew Lee reported
In presenting the annual human rights reports, which cover only 2020 and were largely prepared prior to President Joe Biden’s inauguration under Trump administration guidelines, Blinken said he had instructed the State Department to restore sections on reproductive rights to future editions.
What do the aforementioned “causes” include? Protecting unborn children and promoting religious freedoms. While those are rolled out the back door, abortion comes roaring in the front door.
Lee reported that Blinken
reversed a Trump administration decision to remove sections on reproductive rights from the State Department’s annual human rights reports on foreign countries. “Women’s rights — including sexual and reproductive rights — are human rights,” he said.
Referring to “Report of the Commission on Unalienable Rights,” issued in July 2020, Lee writes
Nearly all references to the commission’s report and Pompeo’s advocacy of it have been removed from the State Department’s website, although they remain available on archived pages.
On taking office, Biden-Harris quickly tossed the Mexico City Policy overboard but pro-abortionists want to pass legislation to permanently abolish the Mexico City Policy.
Pro-abortionists in Congress are also eager to permanently fund the United Nations Population Fund. Their money has been cut off under pro-life administration because of the UNFPA’s complicity with China’s coercive population policy.
Writing for the New York Times in early February, Lara Jakes reported “Natalia Kanem, the U.N. agency’s executive director, described a mix of joy and relief among member nations upon hearing this month that the United States would restore funding to foreign providers.”