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Senator Warren and other leading Democrats use bullying to prevent pregnancy support groups from helping mothers.

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So Senator Elizabeth Warren is at it again.

Not content with having weighed in in July when she made the ludicrous claim that pregnancy help centers torture women and should be closed “across the country,” the Massachusetts Democrat has pulled another political stunt to appease her supporters. -abortion.

Warren and a handful of pro-choice colleagues in the US Senate sent a libelous letter to Heartbeat International this week purportedly seeking answers about Heartbeat’s data collection policies and practices.


Heartbeat is the largest pregnancy support network globally and in the US.

Graffiti and red paint found at the Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center in Washington, DC. (Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center)
(Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center)

The letter is not serious because it is not based on facts, but it is serious in its real intention, which is to imply to those who do not support abortion as the only option for women facing an unplanned pregnancy.

To be clear, every woman deserves compassionate care and support when faced with an unexpected pregnancy. And the tools pregnancy centers use to provide this care are safe, as client safety is of the utmost importance.

Pro-abortion groups have surmised for years that Heartbeat may use client information nefariously, and yet it has never happened.

This latest trick is just another attack on abortion in the wake of the Dobbs ruling that returned abortion to the states.

It’s not enough that pregnancy aid organizations and other pro-life entities have been the targets of violence, vandalism, and threats from abortion activists since the leak of Dobbs’ draft in May, without an honest pursuit of the domestic terrorists behind it. attacks from the federal government.

No, these Big Abortion allies seek pregnancy help from a place of intimidation from the halls of Congress.

Dobbs’ result is among the untruths floating around in the senators’ abortion charter, with its histrionic statement that Dobbs “stripped women of their right to abortion.”

Other fictions put forward by Democratic lawmakers include Heartbeat and affiliated pregnancy help centers that “lure pregnant people” “through a variety of false and misleading tactics,” that “Heartbeat International promotes websites that have inaccurate claims,” ​​and that Heartbeat employs “deceptive practice”.

Crowds outside the court reacting to the Dobbs ruling.

Crowds outside the court reacting to the Dobbs ruling.
(Photo by Joshua Comins/Fox News)

These statements are made without foundation, have no basis in reality, and exist solely in the pro-abortion arena as rotating talking points.

They are not the only falsehoods contained in the letter, but to be frank, without the fabrications and assumptions put forward by Warren, along with Senators Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii; Cory Booker, Democrat from New Jersey; Bernie Sanders, I-VT; Ron Wyden, Democrat for OR; Ed Markey, D-Mass. and Richard Blumenthal, D-CT, there would be no letter.

These federal lawmakers actually expect readers to believe that women who approach Heartbeat affiliates for service and support “deceively believe they can seek legitimate abortion and reproductive health care.”

So even accepting the ridiculous premise that pregnancy help staff are actively misleading women, your assertion that women who come for help could be so easily misled insults these women.

“Trust women,” says the topic of abortion conversation, except when they could potentially get sidetracked from the abortion path and seek pregnancy help.

The senators attempt in their letter to paint Heartbeat’s next-level content management solution and Option Line contact center as data gobblers of unsuspecting women in need, with no oversight or accountability, implying that this information will be given to, wait, “abortion”. bounty hunter.”

Their wild imagination aside, the senators boast and present Heartbeat’s life-affirming mission and its efforts to operate as a resource for its affiliated organizations in today’s technology-driven world as nefarious simply for not being conducive to your abortion agenda.

In reality, Heartbeat has been around for over 50 years, Option Line for almost 20, and Next Level for seven years, and there has never been a data breach of customer information. All companies have a responsibility to learn more about who they want to serve and how to serve them better. Data makes it possible. Heartbeat is no different, except that we serve our “customers” at no charge or for profit.

A Planned Parenthood facility in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022.

A Planned Parenthood facility in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022.
(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

More truths: Next Level actually protects client information more than paper, scenarios speculated by pro-abortion senators would be the same for facilities using paper record keeping, Next Level, Option Line and Heartbeat work diligently to comply with all applicable privacy laws. and security, Next Level uses the same secure software platforms used in hospitals and doctor’s offices across the country, and each pregnancy aid medical clinic is under the direction of a medical director, all of whom are properly licensed. and follow all applicable medical guidelines.

One might wonder if the rabid intention to attack pregnancy aid organizations is at all due to the fact that each of these senators has received campaign contributions from Planned Parenthood.


You know Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, which claims that abortion is only 3% of its business, and that it took in more than $630 million in taxpayer money last year alone.

Oh, and hey, Planned Parenthood’s security and privacy webpages admit that gives clientt info to other companies like TikTok, Google and Facebook.

So these Democratic senators are investigating the security of that organization?


Don’t hold your breath.

If senators really cared about protecting women’s health, they would be working with other members of Congress to understand what big tech companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter do with the information they receive from women seeking help for cancer. pregnancy.

Let’s be honest; It’s not about what’s best for women, and it’s not about “choice.” It is simply because pregnancy centers provide the antidote to abortion.


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