A lie for death situation

Monday, May 14, 2018
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

medical heartbeat screenThough Iowa's heartbeat bill has been signed by Governor Kim Reynolds (R), the measure's opponents continue to lie about its impact.

The fetal heartbeat bill bars the abortion of an unborn child whose heartbeat can be detected. Since lawmakers began considering it, abortion proponents and associates have put out false information about it. Now, as the bill has been signed into law, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Iowa complains it will lose its accreditation.

But Jenifer Bowen of Life Right Action has investigated that claim and found it to be untrue.

"They are the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and judged from their program requirements as whether they will lose their accreditation," she explains. "According to their program requirements, which are out on the Internet, they are not going to lose their accreditation."

Bowen

Bowen says the problem is the medical school's division is married to Planned Parenthood and its allies.

"They're so tied into this love affair of elective abortion that they cannot let it go," she laments. "What it comes down to is they were engaged in campaigns of misinformation because they are so tied to the abortion industry and they're so tied to their desire to continue to have abortion on demand."

So the pro-lifer says they lied as they did in past campaigns in Arizona and Wisconsin, where their medical schools are still functioning without a hitch.

Bowen adds that a major problem is that left-leaning media reports what the abortion lobby claims as fact without bothering to learn the truth before reporting it.

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