Close Call For Children Of College Students In California

The left’s disregard for human life is shocking, and they will go out of their way to demonstrate this.

Pro-abortion advocates have been pushing to have their death sentences infiltrate unsuspecting arenas.

Now, in the latest force-fed politics by liberals, college campuses are looking to provide a disturbing service for their students.

HuffPost reported:

Senate Bill 320 — which called for the 34 University of California and California State University campuses to make the abortion pill available in student health centers — was born out of a grassroots campaign at the University of California, Berkeley, after a group of students there noticed it was not available at the campus’ health center.”

The student’s realized the abortion pill wasn’t available because they were asking for it after getting themselves pregnant.

Jessy Rosales is a young University of California student who got pregnant and then didn’t want to be inconvenienced by having a child, according to HuffPost.

Rosales was so upset she couldn’t kill her unborn child right on campus.

She then complained when she was given options outside of abortion, being referred to a crisis pregnancy center and a clinic that doesn’t perform the heinous act she sought.

Like most college students of this generation, Rosales was looking for things to be handed to her, and for others to make her life easier.

Had they provided abortion medication on my campus, I would have been able to get the care I needed when I needed it,” the confused young lady said, according to HuffPost.

With no consideration for the innocent life she carelessly took, Rosales complained of her $400 procedure, and how she is already short on cash.

Senate Bill 320 would have been put into effect by 2022, allowing students to acquire a pill to kill their child at their on-campus health centers; and for a free or a discounted rate.

In a move that many conservatives didn’t see coming, California Governor, Jerry Brown, vetoed the bill.

Gov. Brown did not see the legislation as “necessary” because of all the other options for abortions in the state, according to HuffPost.

Many liberals were angry with the Governor for not being progressive enough, despite his long-standing position on being an “uncompromising champion of a woman’s right to choose”, according to On The Issues.

Pro-abortion activists reported to HuffPost that Gov. Brown’s position on Senate Bill 320:

“exposes how even progressive politicians in the country’s most pro-choice states remain ignorant of the challenges women face seeking abortion care.”

With over 3,000 abortions performed each day in the United States, it must not be that challenging for women to find a way to end their unborn child’s life.

It is devastating that some misguided people in our nation put more effort into making sure women have the ability to commit murder conveniently and without consequence than they do into raising the child growing in their womb.

Unsurprisingly, California is one of the most lax states when it comes to abortion laws. The state requires abortion to be a covered procedure under public and private health care plans, and parents don’t have to give consent or be informed of the life-altering act.

Despite the laws already in place in California, Elizabeth Nash, a senior state issues manager with the Guttmacher Institute, was upset with the veto saying, “somehow Gov. Brown couldn’t take the step to actually make sure that abortion is accessible for young people.”, according to HuffPost.

Are you kidding me! Now, liberals are mad that young people don’t have easy enough access to the killing methods of their choosing.

They speak of it like a buffet, where you should be able to have anything your heart desires in excess and at your fingertips.

These are human lives we are talking about. Somebody’s future is on the line. Without hesitation, you have transformed generations of people through abortions, by taking away someone’s mother, spouse, or best friend.

College students feel more comfortable using the abortion pill and probably would have used it more if it were easily accessible, as Senate Bill 320 looked to do.

Abortion medication is used prior to 10 weeks, a time in gestation where women are being brainwashed into thinking their little one is insignificant and disposable.

But as Lila Rose, president of Live Action, points out to Christian Headlines, at 10 weeks the baby has “a beating heart, arms, and legs.”

There are safety considerations that are being ignored when promoting abortion medication to women.

Rose points out that 22 women have died from abortion medication. The dangerous pills were approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2000 and now account for a third of all abortions in the US.

As a voice of reason, Rachael Pryce, a student at University of California, wrote a piece in The San Diego Union-Tribune, speaking out against the controversial bill:

It places easy access above the safety and support of women and pushes abortion as an ideal solution for pregnant students..The chemical abortion process will be highly traumatic in the campus setting, and this legislation will make our universities responsible for providing emergency medical procedures that may exceed their capabilities.”

It is definitely by the hand of God that Gov. Brown vetoed this appalling bill. It stands contrary to his history concerning similar legislation.

We pray that as more bills arise that seek to end the lives of our youth, that impediments of any kind stand in the way.

This bill could have altered, for the worse, many college girl’s lives, leaving California campuses a sad grounds of young life forgotten.

Please let us know in the comments section how you think campuses would be changed if this bill were to pass.

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