“This decision now will ensure that people will be forced into pregnancy — no question about that,” McGill Johnson fear-mongered. “We are going to do everything we can to help every person who needs access to care.”
By the euphemism “care,” she means killing an inconvenient unborn child.
“They can go to abortionfinder.org to identify what state regulations exist and to help them secure appointments, but the reality is that 24 states in the next couple of months, as we see all of these bans come into play in all of these states, 24 states cannot absorb all of the health care of 50 states,” she panicked.
“And that is the real challenge here. Right? That is the real challenge — that there are people who will not be able to travel,” the abortion mill CEO continued. “There are people who will not have the resources. There will be people who, you know, are living in scenarios where they are not able to get the care that they need. And we are going to fight like hell to ensure that they can get the care and that we can help them get the resources, but the reality is this decision… will be impacting so many patients, so many people who won’t be able to get out of state, for sure.”
Getting out of state would be a lot easier on people if the Biden administration hadn’t spiked gas prices to record levels, but that’s another issue. The fact remains that people who don’t want to deal with the consequences of their choice to have sex and risk pregnancy can breathe easy: abortions — oops, I mean “care” — will still be available to anyone who wants one.