Univision Applauds California’s “Abortion Sanctuary” to Kill More Babies in Abortions

National   |   Kathleen Krumhansl   |   Dec 10, 2021   |   12:55PM   |   Washington, DC

This week, the national Hispanic networks made a point to let their (mostly conservative) audiences know just how fantastic the prospect of California becoming the nation’s abortion sanctuary would be, especially as poor Latinas in, say, Texas, wouldn’t have the money to pay for a 26-week abortion they can’t get in their state.

Failing to see the irony between their endorsement for killing the babies of low-income Hispanic mothers vs. the network’s adamant pro-life stance when it comes to the pregnant migrants crossing the border illegally, the journalists at both Telemundo and Univision pitched the free abortion sale mercilessly.

At Univision, reporter Romi de Frias announced — over a video showing women in the mid and late stages of their pregnancies — that California “would even pay for things like transportation, hotel, and medical services (the abortion)” and that “through state insurance women can receive an abortion completely free”; Nicole Suarez, from Telemundo, lambasted the “restrictive Texas law that prohibits almost all (abortions) after six weeks,” pursed lips and all. Take a look:

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ROMI DE FRIAS, UNIVISION: Well, the state of California is getting ready to somehow become the sanctuary state for abortion here in the United States, and that while the Supreme Court hears the Roe vs. Wade case that prevents states from banning abortion. Consequently, some state senators, clinics and organizations have already met and have a plan of what they could do about it. This plan includes helping women, even from other states, who want to come to the state of California to get an abortion. They would even pay for things like transportation, hotel, and medical services. Currently in the state of California, through state insurance women can receive an abortion completely free, and this health plan would be somehow expanded to help women from other states.

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NICOLE SUAREZ, TELEMUNDO: And well, it should be noted that California currently allows abortion up to 26 weeks of gestation, while the restrictive Texas law prohibits almost all after six weeks.

NACHO LOZANO: That’s the context, and it’s good that you included the opinions of our people.

SUAREZ: Of course, and especially Latina women who are also especially impacted by these restrictive laws, for example, in Texas, because sometimes they come from low-income communities and do not have enough money to seek this procedure in another state.

As Univision announced, California is looking to become the nation’s sanctuary state for abortion — right along with being the nation’s sanctuary state for crime, homelessness, and illegal immigration – while the Supreme Court hears the Roe v. Wade case “that prevents states from banning abortion”.

As per the reporter, state senators, clinics, and organizations (e.g. Planned Parenthood) “have already met and have a plan of what they could do about it. This plan includes helping women, even from other states, who want to come to the state of California to get an abortion. They would even pay for things like transportation, hotel, and medical services. Currently in the state of California, through state insurance, women can receive an abortion completely free, and this health plan would be somehow expanded to help women from other states.”

Over at Telemundo, Suárez vilified Texas for protecting life, applauding the California “plan” as one welcomed by “Latina women who are also especially impacted by these restrictive laws, for example, in Texas, because sometimes they come from low-income communities and do not have enough money to seek this procedure in another state.”

Another shining example of the disconnect between the nation’s Spanish-speaking media and the public they claim to serve and that certainly deserves better.

LifeNews Note: Kathleen Krumhansl writes for Newsbusters, where this originally appeared.