'Hitler would be proud' of California

Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Becky Yeh - California correspondent (OneNewsNow.com)

In the opinion of one California pro-lifer, a new law that allows nurses to perform abortions in The Golden State is a move to expand a "death agenda."

Thomasson, Randy (SaveCalifornia.com)The UCSF pilot project, made legal through SB 623, allows nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and physician assistants to continue performing non-surgical, aspiration abortions through January 2014. Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, says this helps the abortion industry accomplish its goal.

"The abortion industry wants more death of babies. They want doctors to do it, but not enough doctors are willing these days, and so they are recruiting nurses to kill babies," he explains. "They want to perfect this practice. I think Adolf Hitler and his henchmen would be proud."

The Life Legal Defense Foundation has reported an 80-percent increase in complications when non-physicians perform abortions (see earlier story). The pro-life group has also noted that physicians who wrote up the training guide were disciplined by the medical board. Even so, the dangerous program will continue.

"The abortion industry will continually push a death agenda, and they will extend the pilot project to expand it or make it permanent," Thomasson asserts. "It shows the face and the agenda of the Democrats."

The first phase of the pilot project serviced 8,000 women.

SB 623 is one of several new state laws that Thomasson says is making the state less family-friendly.

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