Video Game Promotes Back-Alley Abortion

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Video Game Promotes Back-Alley Abortion

Bradley Mattes   |   December 28, 2012

In the past, I’ve told you how the abortion industry has come full circle and is now promoting unsafe, back-alley abortions. The latest is a website targeting Hispanic and Latino women. It’s disguised as a fun video game promoting the dangerous chemical abortion pill, RU 486 at home with no medical supervision. The website targets countries where abortion isn’t legal but this drug is because it’s used legitimately for other purposes. Chemical abortion is dangerous to women because of the risks of infection and excessive bleeding. But the abortion industry doesn’t care about women in developing countries. Their goal is to keep these women from reproducing, even if it kills many of them in the process. And thanks to Mr. Obama, your tax dollars fund things like this.

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