Far-left abortion up-to-birth Sens. Martin Heinrich and Ben Ray Luján met with abortion “providers” on Tuesday in Las Cruces to discuss killing more babies in the womb in New Mexico. Shannon Brewer, the executive director of the former Jackson Women’s Health Organization, was in attendance. Her abortion mill relocated to Las Cruces, New Mexico, after Dobbs v. Jackson overturned the pro-abortion Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey decisions — sending the abortion question back to the states.
In a post, Heinrich called New Mexico a “safe haven” for killing babies while promoting abortion tourism in the state.
“I’m grateful to all the local health care providers and advocates I met with today who are making sure New Mexicans and others from neighboring states get … [abortions],” he said.
He added, “The fight continues, and we will not stop until we permanently protect the right to choose (abortion) for every woman across this nation.”
Lujan wrote, “In Las Cruces, @MartinHeinrich and I met with reproductive health care advocates to talk about the war on reproductive freedom and how we can continue working together to provide essential care to all women.”
It should be noted that abortion is not a necessary medical procedure in any circumstance, and therefore, it is not “health care.” It also does not involve “reproduction” since it kills the child before birth, thus stopping the reproductive process.
New Mexicans responded after Heinrich and Luján posted their anti-life sentiments.
“‘Care’ doesn’t permanently stop a heart on PURPOSE,” one New Mexican wrote.
Another chimed in, “Hypocrite Heinrich supports whatever it takes to keep the black percentage of the population from growing. Stabbing a formaldehyde-filled needle into the skull at the moment of birth is fine with him–4x as fine if the kid is black.”
One person wrote, “I thought men couldn’t comment on the issue of killing babies?” poking a hole in the two far-left senators’ leftist logic.
New Mexico is the abortion capital of the United States, with no protections left for women, babies, or medical professionals after Democrats, upon the request of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, legalized abortion up-to-birth in 2021 with no exceptions.