California Democrats Want Planned Parenthood Phone Number on Student IDs
With everything we've seen, there aren't many instances of left-wing looniness that sound the "what the hell" alarm anymore. Well, this latest one has that siren blaring. Like Lil' Kimmy's donut-glazed finger is on the A-bomb button. Democrats in California are trying to use student IDs to promote abortion.
I kid you not:
A California state lawmaker is reportedly attempting to push legislation that could put Planned Parenthood's phone number on every California student ID from ages 12-24, including students at Christian schools.
Yeah, that's already crossing the line on religious liberty.
The California Family Council reports Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel (D-San Fernando Valley) is trying to require the inclusion of a phone number for "a sexual or reproductive health hotline." The bill is called AB-624 Pupil and Student Health.
The California measure would reportedly require all private institutions, including Christian ones, to include the Planned Parenthood contact information on their ID's.
Advertising abortion services for kids?
Heck, why stop at a simple phone number on the student IDs. Maybe they can include a few coupons as well. You know, "de-brain one tiny tot, get the second one half-off." Refer a friend for some
infanticide "postpartum women's healthcare" and score yourself a free coat hanger lapel pin. I mean, if the left is trying to send a message saying baby-killing is the bee's knees, they might as well go all the way.
These lefties could concern themselves with real problems, like improving test scores or keeping the boys and girls from shooting up smack. Instead, they're taking it upon themselves to encourage youngsters to partake in infanticide. #priorities.
It's almost like the left is desperate to pull a Pied Piper and usher the kiddos into Crazytown. If they aren't nudging the girls toward baby-killing, they're telling Tim to lop off his dangle and change his name to Tiffany. I guess this is that "progress" they're always talking about.
Also, minor note before we go: what kid isn't capable of Googling for a number if they need it? Why must numbers be put on cards at all? Just asking.
While we're on the subject: