The Associated Press reported on Tuesday that twenty Democratic governors are forming an alliance to advocate for the murder of unborn children all throughout the nation.
The “Reproductive Freedom Alliance” is being led by California Governor Gavin Newsom (D), a fervent abortion supporter who blasphemes to support his views. The initiative’s organizers describe it as “a way for the governors and their staff members to communicate best practices and assert abortion rights for the roughly 170 million Americans that live inside the consortium’s footprint and now even a way to ensure services for the remaining U.S. citizens who reside in states with more strict legislation.”
According to the report, the alliance intends to share sample statutory language and executive orders about how to further advance abortion in the U.S., such as shielding abortionists from legal action, increasing federal funding for “reproductive health care,” and assisting companies that produce abortion pills and contraceptives “that face new potential restrictions from conservatives.”
The coalition, according to New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (D), comes as a federal court in Texas considers overturning the U.S. Food and Drug Admin’s approval of mifepristone, the first drug in a two-drug abortion protocol. In a statement, Newsom referred to the partnership as a “moral duty” and a “firewall” to defend the alleged “fundamental rights” to the death of unborn children.
The report noted that the alliance is receiving its initial funding from the Rosenberg Foundation and the California Wellness Foundation, noting that the alliance “involves every presidential battleground state headed by a Dem., including Govs. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania, Roy Cooper of North Carolina, and Tony Evers of Wisconsin.” The report also noted that the alliance “involves executives of heavily Democratic states like California, where majority of voters approve of abortion rights.”
Although the alliance, according to Grisham, cannot force policies on other states or at the federal level, it does offer a platform for dialogue. The alliance’s governors’ offices will collaborate with pro-abortion organizations.
Although the alliance’s proponents said it was apolitical, no Republicans had signed up.
“However, Newsom’s aides insisted that the consortium would accept Republicans, but they refrained from naming any GOP businessmen who Newsom or other Dem. governors might be enlisting. Indeed, the research states that a few Republican governors back abortion rights broadly.”
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wisconsin are among the governors who are a part of the alliance.