Pro-abortionists rage at appointment of new Health Secretary
Organisations that kill babies in the womb are furious at the appointment of Thérèse Coffey as the new Health Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister.
Thérèse Coffey has previously voted against extending access to abortion. She recently voted against making DIY home abortion pills permanently available in England and Wales. As a backbencher, Ms Coffey also introduced a motion in Parliament which called for "mental health assessments" for women seeking an abortion. She also voted against forcing abortion on Northern Ireland, saying she supported devolution and did not believe Westminster should be "exercising direct rule on this issue".
However, Ms Coffey said access already available in England will continue while she is in post. She said she would "prefer that people didn't have abortions but I am not going to condemn people that do". She said as Health Secretary, she would focus on "what the vast majority of people use the NHS" for - ambulances, backlogs, care, doctors and dentists.
The BBC and other pro-abortionists have attacked Ms Coffey for her “personal beliefs”.
BPAS – who describe themselves as the largest UK abortion provider - said what mattered was whether a politician’s personal beliefs “stand in the way” of killing unborn babies. BPAS charge vulnerable women £1510 to kill their baby at 24 weeks in pregnancy.
The BPAS chief executive said that to have a Health Secretary who didn’t fully support the killing of unborn babies is “deeply concerning.”
Labour MP Stella Creasy, who campaigned to legalise the killing of babies in Northern Ireland, and instigated the Westminster vote that forced abortion on Northern Ireland, told the BBC, “There's every reason to believe this new administration will lead to abortion access being reduced.”
In their biased news reports, the pro-abortion BBC tried to discredit Thérèse Coffey by describing her a “practising Catholic” and a “devout Roman Catholic”. However, in all their other news reports on the Prime Minister’s new cabinet, the BBC did not mention the religion of any of the other people appointed to their new posts.
Sadly, Thérèse Coffey has indicated she isn't going to do anything to restrict abortion in the UK. But the fury shown by these pro-abortionists only exposes their hatred for anyone who does not agree with their demands to kill babies in the womb, for any reason, through all stages of pregnancy, right up to the moment of birth.