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‘Bioethicist’ Endorses Illegal Abortions as ‘Civil Disobedience’

‘[Abortionists] decide to follow the standard of care for a patient, even when that violates state abortion laws...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Alleged “bioethicist” Matthew Wynia this week told NPR’s Morning Edition that doctors may perform illegal abortions as an act of civil disobedience, and kill unborn babies with a socially-cleansed soul.

“I have seen some very disturbing quotes from health professionals essentially saying, well, look – it’s the law. We have to live within the law,” said Wynia, the director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the leftist University of Colorado, according to Breitbart.

“And if the law is wrong and causing you to be involved in harming patients, you do not have to live to that law,” he added without saying that abortion is a procedure that is designed to kill a baby.

Wynia also said caregivers find themselves performing illegal abortions to avoid being accused of the fact that they kill innocent human beings.

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“There’s actually a long history of civil disobedience around abortion,” NPR’s Selena Simmons-Duffin said. “… for many decades, starting in the 1900s, there was kind of a don’t-ask, don’t-tell silence around abortion.”

According to host Rachel Martin, the fear of pro-life laws caused some doctors to delay or deny the murder of unborn babies.

“Some doctors are asking themselves tough questions. When they are forced to choose between their ethical obligations to patients and the law, should they defy the law?” Martin asked.

Simmons-Duffin also pointed out that Wynia argued that hospitals should forget about the Hippocratic Oath and start supporting abortionists in their desire to kill little human beings because they “decide to follow the standard of care for a patient, even when that violates state abortion laws.”

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“[Laws banning abortion] can compel doctors to choose between harming patients and breaking the law,” he said. “… professional ‘conscience’ protections should apply equally to physicians refusing to participate in abortions and those who are compelled by conscience to provide abortion care.”

He then compared abortion restrictions with forced-sterilization programs in the United States and Nazi Germany, the use of psychiatric hospitals as political prisons in the Soviet Union and “police brutality” under apartheid in South Africa.

Wynia then dared to argue that allowing the murder of babies in the wombs would repair the moral fabric of the United States.

“Professional civil disobedience may be what is required to repair the moral fabric of our country and the integrity of our profession, which have been so injudiciously ruptured by the Supreme Court,” he said.

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