Abortion group promotes post-Harvey 'outreach'

Wednesday, September 6, 2017
 | 
Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Houston floods August 2017While many Americans are helping Hurricane Harvey storm victims, abortion supporters are eager to help kill their unborn children.

National Abortion Rights Action League is urging people to donate funds to the Lilith Fund for Reprodutive Equity to provide abortions free of charge for victims of Hurricane Harvey.

American Life League President Judie Brown says it's horrific that the pro-abortion groups view abortion as a "solution" to Harvey's tragedy.

"Because they honestly believe that aborting babies is a charitable act," she says, recalling that the same "offer" was announced after the 9-11 attacks.

American Life League, meanwhile, is using its financial resources to assist pro-life groups in the Houston area that are helping pregnant women meet their needs, including bring their child into this world. 

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