Massachusetts abortion activists upped the pressure this week on state lawmakers to pass a bill legalizing abortions for basically any reason up to birth.
Masquerading their deadly agenda as a fight for women’s health care, state Attorney General Maura Healey, Rep. Ayanna Pressley and city councilors Michelle Wu and Lydia Edwards launched a social media campaign Monday to support the bill, The Boston Globe reports.
Dubbed the Roe Act, the bill would eliminate basically all regulations and restrictions on abortion in Massachusetts. It would allow abortions up to birth, even if there is no physical threat to the mother’s life, and could put young sexual abuse victims at greater risk by eliminating the state parental consent requirement.
Massachusetts Citizens for Life said the bill allows for “passive infanticide” as well by not requiring medical care for a baby born alive after an abortion.
The pro-abortion campaign, paid for by NARAL Massachusetts, attempts to hide the bill’s extremism in a series of videos and ads. They are running this week on Politico, Facebook, YouTube and MASSterlist, according to Boston Magazine. (Read more from “New Bill Would Legalize Abortions up to Birth, Allow Infanticide” HERE)