White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is not the only member of her family working to promote abortions.
According to a new Live Action investigation, Psaki’s sister Dr. Stephanie Psaki used to be a high-level employee of the Population Council where she urged governments to legalize abortion on demand for young girls without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
In March, Stephanie Psaki joined her sister in the Biden administration, taking up the role of senior advisor on human rights and gender equality in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. There, she is expected to continue to advocate for the killing of unborn babies in abortions without restriction.
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Since 2013, Stephanie Psaki has been actively involved in abortion advocacy through the Population Council, according to the report. For several of those years, she worked as deputy director of the Girl Innovative Research and Learning Center, putting pressure on countries to legalize abortions for young girls.
According to the report:
In 2019, Stephanie Psaki contributed to a report which claimed that “access to modern contraception, safe and legal abortion” is among the “suite of SRH services, products, and information” which are “critical to girls’ and women’s health, education, and participation in society and the economy.”
The report then suggested governments removal all barriers to abortion for adolescents, including laws requiring parental consent …
Psaki also supported abortion on demand personally on her Twitter page, claiming women cannot be empowered without “access to comprehensive sex education, family planning, safe access to abortion” and implying that pro-lifers who work to protect unborn babies are “racist.”
Her former employer, the Population Council, has a long history of abortion advocacy, eugenics and other unethical practices.
Last year, one of its employees quit after she said the council was “endemically racist,” according to Live Action.
Decades earlier, former president Bernard Berelson published an article suggesting the government should put a “fertility control agent” in the water if women refused to use birth control voluntarily, the report noted. He also argued that sex-selection abortion was an “ethical” way to control the population if voluntary methods of family planning did not work.
More recently, the Population Council was accused of conducting an unethical experiment in Africa in which 9,000 women were injected with the long-lasting contraceptive Depo Provera without their consent.
The council has received funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the U.S. government, among other sources.