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Girls Just Want To Have Fun: NYC Mayor Adams announces Empire State abortion pill delivery service


NEW YORK, NEW YORK September 19, 2023: Mayor Eric Adams attends the 70th Anniversary Gala Celebrating Seven Decades Of Connecting Africa to America at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/Getty Images for African American Institute)





NEW YORK (CC) - New York City’s health system, including its public hospitals, now offers residents an abortion pill delivery service, a giddy Mayor Eric Adams announced last Monday.


He said such access can be made available from “the comfort of your home” because he was fighting for women's freedom, abortion rights and against recent restrictive legislations hindering women, in the belief system he prescribes to.


His opponents have accused of him of prescribing to anti-Christianity, but Adams did not waiver.


“If you are clinically eligible, that provider will be able to prescribe abortion medication that would be delivered to your New York City address within days,” Adams touted.


Framing the delivery service as a victory in a political fight for women's rights against "the far right," aka, Republican attempts to thwart freedom, it made his critics wonder aloud where the Democrat Adams was when it was time to defend women's rights against mask mandates.


“We will not stand idly by as these attacks continue and the far-rights seeks to strip our citizens of their basic rights,” Adams said, undeterred, referring to abortion restrictions being levied across the nation.


He also described the overturning of Roe v Wade as a ruling rendered by an “activist Supreme Court.”


Christians, pro-life activists and organization, such as Choose Life, rendered Adams as incredulous.


Their position is that abortion has long been white supremacy's secret weapon against the black community.


That organizations such as Planned Parenthood were founded by known white supremacists and eugenicists, including Margaret Sanger, whose legacy has suffered in recent times, even being condemned as a racist by the PP organization she founded.


Another elite eugenicist who was extremely public and active during Sanger's era was Bill Gates, Sr., father of Microsoft founder and vaccine advocate Bill Gates, Jr.


Adam's opps accuse him of carrying on the tradition of Sanger and Gates.


Choose Life Ohio, a nonpartisan organization fighting against abortion legislation in that state has declared a state of emergency of sorts against abortion in the black community, as they elicit residents to unleash the flood gates and vote "no" to pro-abortion Issue 1 in Ohio's Nov. 7 referendum.


They accuse abortionists of targeting the black community for population control, following Sanger's leading example.


Indeed, the New York mayor's Monday announcement appears to be in direct opposition to every orthodox Christian and anti-abortion organization in the nation.


On the other hand, abortionists, population control advocates and eugenicists celebrated Adams' Monday announcement.


“Today marks a historic win for abortion access in New York City,” said Wendy Stark, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater New York. “When we make abortion care more accessible, we empower individuals to make the best decisions for themselves, their families and their futures,” Stark added.






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