If pro-abortion leader Ilyse Hogue had her birthday wish, she would see the Amazon rainforest protected and unborn babies’ rights completely eliminated.
Hogue, the president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, one of the largest pro-abortion groups in America, celebrated her birthday on Monday. Politico highlighted her in its “Birthday of the Day” feature this week.
Asked what issues are not getting enough attention right now, Hogue said the fires that are destroying the Amazon rainforest and the abortion debate.
“The fires in the Amazon,” she answered. “More broadly, the international movements toward gender equity by removing restrictions on abortion — from Ireland to Poland to Argentina — and how the United States is moving in the opposite direction.”
She also slammed President Donald Trump, saying, “Every day that passes digs a deeper hole we will have to get out of.”
But Hogue has a distorted perception of equality. Her version involves killing an innocent human being, a child. Without the ability to kill their own children, apparently women never will be equal to men.
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Hogue runs a radical pro-abortion organization that is based on lies. One of its founders, abortionist Bernard Nathanson, later confessed that their “statistics” about the number of women who died from back alley abortions were false.
Today, NARAL fights for late-term abortions and even infanticide. In 2009, NARAL honored late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart with its Hero award. Carhart openly admits that he kills babies, and he kills them long past the point of viability.
Earlier this year, Hogue’s group also fought to stop legislation to protect newborn babies from infanticide. NARAL claimed that the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection act is based on “imaginary scenarios” – in the face of testimonies from abortion survivors themselves.
NARAL even opposes sex-selection abortion bans, which protect unborn baby girls from discrimination. It fights to keep parents in the dark as well when a young girl wants – or is forced by her abuser into – an abortion.
Hogue may care about protecting rare tropical flowers and endangered animals in the rainforest, but she has no similar compassion for unborn babies who are being slaughtered in their mothers’ wombs. Because of her work, millions of babies never will be able to celebrate a birthday.