British Tabloid Comes Clean


British Tabloid Comes Clean

Bradley Mattes   |   February 15, 2022

Earlier I told you about Calum Miller, an Oxford University researcher and medical doctor.  He exposed “outright falsehoods” touted by pro-abortion media, the World Bank, UNICEF and the United Nations, among others.  They claimed 12,000 women die each year in Malawi from illegal, back-alley abortions.  This, they say, requires pro-life nations to legalize abortion to protect women – another false conclusion.  Dr. Miller showed the real number to be around 1100, less than ten percent of the falsely touted number.  To its credit, a major British news outlet, The Telegraph has come clean and published a correction,  a big pro-life victory.  Dr. Miller says the Royal College of OB/GYNs should follow suit, but so far, they’re sticking to the well-worn lie.

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