A pro-life female doctor refuted abortion activists’ fear mongering Monday about the pro-life laws being passed in states across America.
Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, a physician and senior policy advisor for The Catholic Association, said abortions are not health care, and they do not improve women’s lives, CNS News reports.
She criticized Leana Wen, also a physician and the president of Planned Parenthood, for telling MSNBC that pro-life laws threaten “women’s health.”
“The emergency is that @PPFA is in danger of losing hold of some of our hard earned tax money,” Christie responded Monday on Twitter. “They feel entitled to it, though they use it to eliminate our children. That’s what they call ‘healthcare’. [sic] ABORTION DOESN’T IMPROVE A MOTHERS [sic] HEALTH.”
The emergency is that @PPFA is in danger of losing hold of some of our hard earned tax money.
They feel entitled to it, though they use it to eliminate our children. That’s what they call “healthcare”.
ABORTION DOESN’T IMPROVE A MOTHERS HEALTH. https://t.co/UTpfrNkGCC
— Grazie P Christie MD (@GChristiemd) June 3, 2019
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Wen told MSNBC on Sunday that she is worried about all the pro-life laws being passed in the U.S.
“I’m very concerned that right now we are in a state of emergency over women’s health across America,” she told MSNBC on Sunday.
Wen, who runs the largest abortion chain in America, equates the killing of unborn babies to health care. But they are two very different things. Women’s health care saves lives. Abortion destroys them. Abortions also can damage women’s health, as dozens and dozens of studies demonstrate. Studies have linked abortions to an increased risk of mental health problems, including depression, anxiety and suicide. There are physical risks to abortion as well for the mother, including breast cancer, future preterm births, blood clots and even death