Newsom Launches Pro-Abort Billboards In Red States, Quotes Bible

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In Gavin Newsom’s (D-CA) latest attempt to push his anti-life agenda, he launched pro-abortion billboards in seven life affirming states. Billboards were set to encourage abortion seekers to visit California where they can kill their kids with ease.

Newsom released billboards in Texas, Indiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Oklahoma.

We’re used to political propaganda being shoved down our throats on Twitter, Facebook or on TV but it seems sort of personal for Newsom to enter normal states and attack people on the road.

The most nasty part about Newsom’s scheme is that one of the billboards references biblical scripture. Abortion is antithetical to the Bible’s teachings yet Newsom tried using verses to validate his argument for abortion.

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This is sick.

Take a look at the some of the billboards he’s launched.

On the billboards, Newsom listed his new website where women seeking abortions can visit to gain vague information on what happens during an abortion, why it’s “healthcare” and where exactly to seek a procedure.

The billboards are propaganda and spreading lies to anyone who drives by. Luckily, prominent Conservatives expressed their distaste on Twitter.

While Conservatives pointed out the evident vile nature of Newsom and his pro-abort agenda, most Twitter libs gave him full praise. Whatever the left can do to promote more baby killing, they will do without hesitation.

One positive is that the people who support Newsom and his baby killing policies may leave red states and I must say, that wouldn’t be the end of the world.

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