“It was a struggle because I felt like Planned Parenthood treated women like cattle,” Ramona Treviño, a former Sherman, Texas, Planned Parenthood manager, explained in one video. “We talked about reducing the amount of time that we saw our … new patients.”
Students introduced the measure at a time when pro-life college students often have to fight to form a club, begin a project or host a speaker on campus. Many pro-life college clubs also experience discrimination and sometimes vandalism and other forms of hostility.
As we discuss later in this article, this is not a call of America’s family physicians or pediatricians or even the majority of the country’s Ob-Gyns. This is a publicity ploy of some of America’s top abortion academic activists...
In a statement, the Guatemalan army said that it would not allow the nonprofit to carry out its activities, in adherence "to the Constitution regarding the preservation of human life and the laws in effect in our country."