Democrats in California are actively working to turn the state into a baby-killing dystopia ahead of the U.S. Supreme Court’s pending decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
The California Future of Abortion Council, which is comprised of more than 40 pro-abortion organizations, released a report on Wednesday outlining 45 recommendations that activist legislators and politicians in the Golden State can act upon to ensure that unwanted unborn babies don’t live. Included in the report are proposals to increase government funding of abortion facilities, create jobs for racial minorities to join the abortion industry, “address misinformation and disinformation,” and even “reimburse for abortion and abortion-related services.”
Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom, who assisted in creating the council in September of this year after Texas effectively banned killing unborn babies with detectable heartbeats, expressed full support for the recommendations which he said will assist in his administration’s goals to create a “sanctuary” state for abortion.
“We’ll be a sanctuary,” Newsom said. He also expressed the desire to expand the state’s baby-killing functions because he believes people will flock to California if “We are looking at ways to support that inevitability and looking at ways to expand our protections.”
The plan to make California a “sanctuary” state was quickly amplified by corporate media outlets and Newsom’s allies at Planned Parenthood.
“We hope the hard work done by 40+ organizations to put this report together will drive California lawmakers into action in the coming months to build upon our state’s status as a Reproductive Freedom state,” Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California President and CEO Jodi Hicks said in a statement. “We cannot wait and risk delayed care for people within California and for those who come here for care. This report provides the blueprint for bold solutions and bold action to ensure abortion is available, affordable, and accessible for anyone who needs it.”
In September, Newsom, a proud benefactor of Planned Parenthood’s promotions, worked with his pro-abortion allies in the state legislature such as California Senate President pro Tempore Toni Atkins to pass a legislative package that expands the state’s already-progressive abortion agenda, including punishing people who take photographs or videos within a certain distance of abortion facilities. The decision was part of Newsom’s plan to make California a “reproductive freedom state.”