Breaking! Pro-Life Politicians in Oklahoma Working to RE-OPEN Abortion Clinics, With Support from Major Pro-Life Group

A Senate panel in Oklahoma passed a bill yesterday, SB 834, which now heads for a hearing on the Senate floor. The bill was introduced to clean up and clarify abortion laws in the state, which some critics have called a contradictory patchwork of conflicting laws. Led by Republican Senator Julie Daniels, she says that they’re simply trying to “establish uniformity and clarity” on account of several laws in place. 

In 2022, with the overturning of Roe v Wade, Oklahoma passed three abortion bans. Two did not include an exception for cases of rape and incest, but one of them did. Up to this point the bans have been enforced, but SB 834 would change all that. 

Rather than get rid of the bill with exceptions, Daniels did the exact opposite and put the rape exceptions BACK into the bills that previously had none. Rather than clean up the bills to exclude the exceptions, she sought to specifically include them.

With surgical abortions banned in Oklahoma and all Planned Parenthood clinics shut down in the state, this would only mean one thing; her “pro-life” bill would necessitate abortion clinics to re-open to handle cases of rape and incest.

But it’s more than just that. Free the States, an abortion abolition lobbying group vehemently opposing the bill, explains the nature of accompanying legislation which was also passed to “clear things up”;

Pro-life politicians in the Oklahoma Senate HHS Committee just passed three bills out of committee that would 1) re-introduce 𝘳𝘒𝘱𝘦 & π˜ͺ𝘯𝘀𝘦𝘴𝘡 exceptions, and re-open the “clinics” in order to perform them, 2) protect the “right” to 𝘒𝘣𝘰𝘳𝘡π˜ͺfacient pills, 3) protect the “right” to murderous IVF practices, and 4) protect self-managed 𝘒𝘣𝘰𝘳𝘡π˜ͺ𝘰𝘯.

It gets worse.

One might suppose these efforts to reallow exceptions to murder would be a scheme that Planned Parenthood would be behind, but it’s actually an effort supported by prominent pro-life organizations, specifically Tony Lauinger. Lauinger is the Vice President of National Right to Life and the president of Oklahomans for Life. He was at the capitol offering his support and reassurance to any pro-life politicians that needed it, in order to help seal the deal, according to witness testimony.

The National Right to Life is the oldest and largest national anti-abortion organization in the country, with more than 3000 chapters across all 50 states. They have power, clout and influence, and hold great sway over many pro-life politicians who look to them for affirmation and guidance.

They are also the largest and most prominent pro-life organization to frequently find themselves ideologically joined with far-left women’s rights groups and Planned Parenthood in opposing abolitionist legislation.Β 

For a better part of a decade, Lauinger and his ilk have been doing the devil’s work. In 2019, before Roe was abolished, Lauinger and National Right to Life actively opposed Senate Bill 13, which would have ended abortion in Oklahoma. And not just in 2019, but for multiple years before that, he would step in and dissuade any politicians who may be tempted to abolish abortion in favor of his genteel, ineffective, and toothless incrementalist legislation. 

Last year, along with the ERLC, National Right to Life joined forces with Planned Parenthood to oppose a bill that banned abortion in Louisiana because it would have punished the women who killed their babies, just another example in a long line of many. 

The man down at the state capitol before the vote talking to legislators in the Health and Human Services Committee, lobbying for the bill, whipping up the vote to bring abortion back in Oklahoma and re-open abortion facilities around the state was not a representative from NARAL or Planned Parenthood. It wasn’t from the Democratic Party or some other pro-choice advocacy group, but rather the Vice President of National Right to Life and the President of Oklahomans for life. 

Surgical abortion and the re-opening of murder mills come back to the state, and when it does, we’ll know whose fault it is. 



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8 thoughts on “Breaking! Pro-Life Politicians in Oklahoma Working to RE-OPEN Abortion Clinics, With Support from Major Pro-Life Group

  1. Christians have the means to take care of women who have been raped, to help them through that nine months, and to then see that the child is taken care of through adoption, foster care, or orphanages.

    I doubt God looks kindly on those who advocate for the murder of the child instead.

    It boils down to a person’s life vs another person’s nine months of inconvenience. I don’t see how the two could be considered equivalent.

      1. I’m telling you about the innocent baby’s body, and about the innocent baby’s life. Something you are too self-absorbed to ever care about.

      2. The distinction is that the unborn child is a unique and separate person from the mother – why is this so hard for some to understand?

        1. You’re right, it must not be a nuanced issue that you’re reducing to black and white. It must be that others don’t understand. That’s why you’re the smartest guy in any room and not the bottom of the barrel.

          1. It doesn’t matter how nuanced, complex, and confusing your reasoning may be, cold-blooded murder is cold-blooded murder.

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