City Gives Abortion Biz “Human Rights” Award for Killing Babies

State   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Dec 15, 2022   |   4:05PM   |   Moorhead, Minnesota

The western Minnesota city of Moorhead honored an abortion business owner with a “human rights” award on Monday for her work destroying innocent human lives in abortions.

The Moorhead Human Rights Commission chose Tammi Kromenaker as one of its 2022 human rights award recipients after she moved her Red River Women’s Clinic abortion facility from North Dakota to Minnesota this summer when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

City leaders repeatedly portrayed Kromenaker as a “women’s health care” provider, but local pro-life advocates said her abortion work is anything but.

Tim Miller of Pro Life Action Ministries told KVRR that giving a human rights award to someone whose work kills human beings is despicable.

When asked if he believes the City of Moorhead is condoning abortion, Miller told KVRR: “Absolutely. This is something that the City Council needs to take a look at. I believe they appoint this Human Rights Commission. Where is the leadership in that community? Where’s that elected leadership?”

Abortions intentionally and unnecessarily destroy the lives of unique, living human babies in the womb, and tens of thousands of doctors confirm killing unborn babies in abortions is not health care.

ACTION ALERT: To complain about this award, contact the Moorhead mayor and city council.

Interestingly, during the awards presentation Monday at the city council meeting, Moorhead Human Rights Commission member Siham Amedy did not mention abortion or Roe when she praised Kromenaker. Instead, Amedy repeatedly portrayed the abortion activist as a champion for women’s health care.

“Not only did she put herself out there to advocate for health care access for women but she used her own home and finances to purchase locations in Moorhead to make that available for women in our area,” Amedy said.

The city Facebook page did mention Kromenaker’s abortion work in its announcement of the awards.

She “didn’t even skip a beat when Roe fell, she just dug in and knew she needed to do something to ensure abortion access in our area,” the city said. “Not only did Tammi put herself out there as an advocate for abortion access but she risked her own home life and finances to purchase a location here in Moorhead. Tammi and her partner have worked almost every single day to make this clinic a reality.”

Kromenaker moved her abortion facility to Moorhead, Minnesota several months ago from Fargo, North Dakota, believing the state would soon ban abortions.

Currently, North Dakota leaders are fighting in court to enforce an abortion ban that protects unborn babies’ right to life.

Abortions are a human rights abuse that have killed 63 million unborn babies and hundreds of mothers in the past 50 years in America. Now that Roe is gone, pro-life advocates are working to restore legal protections to babies in the womb across the U.S.

ACTION ALERT: To complain about this award, contact the Moorhead mayor and city council.