‘Emergency’ Murder Funds Allotted for Harvey Victims to get Abortions

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

In the aftermath of the natural disaster in Texas, many people are sending help and donations. Among those donations, a perversion was born, unlike the children that won’t be.

Fox News reports:

As donations pour in for the tens of thousands of Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey, one group is putting money aside for a very select group of survivors: Those who require “emergency” abortions.

The Austin-based Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity announced Thursday it created the fund for those affected by the storm who are also seeking abortion care.

The Lilith Fund works to help people in Texas exercise “their fundamental right to abortion by removing barriers to access.”

An “emergency” abortion fund? Are you kidding me? So the babies survived a massive, devastating hurricane inside their mother’s wombs, only to be ripped out in a clinic……payed for by donations.

That’s just wonderful. While Trump is being torn apart by nasty liberals who are angry that he donated $1 million of his personal money, they are praising the ability to murder their children. If this isn’t exploitation, I don’t know what is.

The Lilith Fund posted to Facebook:

“We’re creating an emergency fund for Harvey survivors seeking abortion care. With increased barriers like temporary clinic closures, displacement, loss of homes/vehicles, and more, access to abortion just got even more difficult for those affected by Harvey. Donate to our emergency fund at: lilithfund.org/donateharvey.”

While there are people in Texas who have lost absolutely everything, who don’t have food, water, clothes, shelter, and lost everything, these people are sickeningly collecting money to provide free abortions.

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