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|A Texas Doctor Says He Defied The Abortion Law, Risking Lawsuits| #viral #viralvideo [Video]

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A Texas doctor has openly admitted to performing an abortion after the state enacted strict laws outlying the procedure in most cases. Writing in the Washington Post, Dr Alan Braid said he provided an abortion to a woman on September 6–five days after Texas enacted the United States’ strictest anti-abortion laws–and said he did so because he had “a duty of care to this patient”.

Braid, who began practising in obstetrics and gynaecology at a San Antonio hospital in 1972, recollected his experience seeing teenagers die following botched and illegal abortions in the years prior to the landmark 1973 Roe vs Wade judgement that made abortion a fundamental right.

“In medical school in Texas, we’d been taught that abortion was an integral part of women’s health care. When the Supreme Court issued its ruling in Roe v. Wade in 1973, recognizing abortion as a constitutional right, it enabled me to do the job I was trained to do,” he wrote.

“I understand that by providing an abortion beyond the new legal limit, I am taking a personal risk, but it’s something I believe in strongly,” he wrote.

He decision to disobey the law accompanies his clinic being among the plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit aimed at stopping Senate Bill 8 (S.B. 8), which was signed by Republican Governor Greg Abbott in May.

The bill bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy and allows private parties to file civil lawsuits against anyone performing or “aiding and abetting” an abortion, and allows plaintiffs to collect a minimum of $10,000 for each abortion challenged.

The US Supreme Court, within which former President Donald Trump appointed three conservative justices known to oppose abortion, in a 5-4 vote recently denied an emergency application to block the law from taking effect.

The Biden administration’s Justice Department has already launched a legal challenge on the law, saying the state had no authority to defy the Constitution and deprive women of their rights. Meanwhile, several other state legislators have reportedly considered taking up Texas’ approach to abortion.

Anti-abortion group Texas Right for Life has noted Braid’s action, with John Seago, its legislative director, calling it a legal stunt but noting that the group was looking into whether “it is more than that”. He told the Wall Street Journal that the law contained a four-year statute of limitations for citizens to sue for violations.

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"Abortions have all but stopped." - Texas Planned Parenthood Abortion Doctor on Heartbeat Law [Video]

"Abortions have all but stopped." - a Planned Parenthood doctor in Houston. According to his estimate he performed 20 - 30 abortions a day which means 20-30 infants a day / 10,000+ infants a year will live from this Houston clinic alone, in large part due to the hard work of CMP.Help us continue to STOP abortions by exposing the truth: https://www.centerformedicalprogress.org/donate/TRANSCRIPT: "We went inside one clinic here in Houston, the doctor there telling me that since this law went into effect, abortions have all but stopped. We met Dr. Bhavik Kumar inside this Planned Parenthood center in Houston. He tells me he normally performs between 20 to 30 abortions a day. But since the new law, he's only seen six patientsand had to turn half of them away. This law is likely to remain in effect for the months to come. And already, Republicans in at least three states, Florida, Arkansas and South Dakota have made it clear they are looking to mirror what happened here in Texas, George. That has become a nationwide battle."Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/centerformedicalprogress@centerformedicalprogressFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/centerformedicalprogress/@centerformedicalprogressFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CtrMedProgress@CtrMedProgressFollow us on Parler:https://parler.com/#/user/centerformedicalprogressSubscribe to our Rumble:https://rumble.com/user/centerformedicalprogress

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St John Chrysostom, Bishop & Doctor, Memorial | 13 Sep 2021 | Vespers @ 6.10pm | Mass @ 6.30pm [Video]

Mass in Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, Penang.Note: Watching the Mass LIVE via Internet is no substitute for being present personally and does not fulfill Mass obligations. However, for those who are homebound and not able to attend, this is a means for them to be united spiritually with the Church at prayer.Copyright © 2021 Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. All rights reserved.

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Doctor Fauci to debate NIH co-worker about jab mandates [Video]

Doctor #Fauci and others will debate live a senior doctor from the National Institute of Heath about jab mandates taking place across the country .Doctor Matthew Memoli will take on all in an event that will be live-streamed to why he believes jab mandates are bad.According to The Hill,An unvaccinated doctor who heads a research team at the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) is leading a debate within the National Institute of Health (NIH) over the ethics of COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Matthew Memoli, a 16-year veteran at the NIH, will argue against vaccine mandates in a Dec. 1 live-streamed roundtable session over the ethics of mandates, which will be open for viewing within the agency, to patients and to the public, The Wall Street Journal reported. “There’s a lot of debate within the NIH about whether [a vaccine mandate] is appropriate,” David Wendler, a senior NIH bioethicist in charge of planning the session, told WSJ. “It’s an important, hot topic.”An appeals court on Saturday temporarily stopped President Biden’s mandate requiring employers to verify employee vaccination or ensure weekly testing. Memoli reportedly wrote in an email to NIAID Director Anthony Fauci in July that he found mandated vaccinations “extraordinarily problematic.” “I think the way we are using the vaccines is wrong,” he told Fauci. Memoli, who has reportedly applied for vaccine exemptions, favors vaccinations in vulnerable populations but argues population level vaccination could hinder the development of a natural, robust immunity gained through infection.Follow Jeff on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/jlightsy7Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jefflightsyYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCArztop2F5ypjiKmKILvB2AInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/jlightsy7/#VictoryFormation #BlackBOSSChannel​​​​​ #JeffLightsy​​​​​ #JeffLightsyJrDoctor Fauci to debate NIH co-worker about jab mandates