Leftist Clergy Makes Plans for Maximum Abortions If Roe v. Wade Reversed

As the country anticipates the likely reversal of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court after the leak of the draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito, radical leftist clergy are preparing to maximize the opportunities available to abort unborn children.

The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice is one of several abortion advocacy organizations operating with the claim they represent the clergy. CEO Katie Zeh describes herself as a “pastor” and openly boasts that her coalition was behind the killing of at least a half-million unborn children in the six years before the Roe decision was issued in 1973.

Zeh told Business Insider that abortion procedures are “so central to our faith” that it is no surprise that clergy were the group responsible for the pre-Roe abortions. The progressive media outlet interviewed several abortionist “clergy” in support of its theme that the only Americans who oppose abortion on demand are “white nationalists.”

Zeh also said that the general perception that Christians and other people of faith are largely opposed to abortion is not accurate. She said that there is a “very vocal group” of “white Christian nationalists” who use abortion as a political issue to weaponize faith. Zeh said they want to make it seem obvious that a Christian must be opposed to abortion.

Business Insider also interviewed Ruth MacKenzie, who calls herself a “chaplain.” She has helped transport women from Texas to New Mexico to obtain abortions. MacKenzie added that she is planning to move her operation to Minnesota so that women from bordering states that restrict abortion can come there to kill their unborn children.

Faith Choice Ohio director Elaina Ramsey said that her group is already raising money to pay for transportation for women seeking abortions. She said that anyone who is pro-life is a “religious zealot” who does not speak on her behalf “as a Christian.” Ramsey added that assisting in abortions is part of her group’s “moral commitment” to respond in “times of crisis and beyond.”

In the event that Roe is overturned this year by the Supreme Court, the question of abortion regulation or prohitition would be returned to the states. The Roe framework declares that abortion is a right recognized under the U.S. Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment.

If that decision is reversed, the people of each state will be empowered to enact the rules they believe are best for their location. As a result, it is expected that many of the “blue states” will become abortion tourism destinations and the financial support of transporting women to abortion havens will become more prevalent.