Abby Johnson talks about the hypocrisy of the pro-abortion movement when it comes to Britney Spears’ desire for more kids. Patrick Reilly talks about the case of Maxon v Fuller Theological Seminary.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 & 3 – Britney Spears’ ex says she wants a baby girl, but is being forced to work
“The fact that pro-choice people are up in arms about this is so disingenuous. First, many women are forced or coerced into getting abortions every single day due to pressure from the baby’s father, their own family, or their abuser. Second, thousands of women who have abortions are not told that infertility is a possible side effect of abortion if there is a complication, not to mention the long term side effects of hormonal birth control. Informed consent is practically non-existent in the abortion industry. So they are all angry about Britney Spears not being able to get an IUD out, but they say nothing about improper consent and forced abortion? It’s such fake outrage.” – Abby Johnson
Abby Johnson is a former Planned Parenthood clinic director. Today, Abby travels across the globe sharing her story, educating the public on pro-life issues, advocating for the unborn, and reaching out to abortion clinic staff who still work in the industry. She is the founder of And Then There Were None, a ministry designed to assist abortion clinic workers in transitioning out of the industry. To date, this ministry has helped over 430 workers leave the abortion industry.
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Segment 4 – Protecting a Seminary’s Right to Set Religious and Moral Standards
The Cardinal Newman Society joined an amicus brief at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in the case Maxon v Fuller Theological Seminary, urging the court to protect the seminary’s right to set religious and moral standards for its students and members, regardless of the Biden administration’s interpretation of Title IX as applying to homosexuality and gender identity.
Patrick J. Reilly is president and founder of The Cardinal Newman Society, which promotes and defends faithful Catholic education. He also teaches at Aquinas Learning, a classical Catholic homeschool program led by his wife Rosario.
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Statement from the Cardinal Newman Society on amicus brief in Maxon v Fuller Theological Seminary