Justice and No Justice


Justice and No Justice

Bradley Mattes   |   November 19, 2021

Sandra Mendoza Rojas, from Rockford, Illinois was a pediatric nurse at the Winnebago County Health Clinic for nearly two decades.  But Rojas was fired for failing to comply with a new requirement that nurses had to be trained to help women access chemical abortion drugs and refer them to abortion centers.  Rojas said, “Nursing is more than a just a job, it is a noble calling to protect life and do no harm.”  A judge agreed, saying the facility violated two laws protecting the conscience rights of healthcare professionals.  The Trump administration had been defending a Vermont nurse who was forced to participate in an abortion and reassemble the body parts afterward.  In spite of these horrors, Mr. Biden dropped the case.  Two cases – one with justice, the other without.

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