[Ed. – Take that, pro-life heathens!]
Students in the University of Minnesota system are coming forward to condemn the school’s plans to hire an abortionist, calling the position “unthinkable” and “disgusting.”
UMN-Twin Cities recently announced plans to hire for a “Reproductive Rights Advocacy Fellowship,” a one-year medical fellowship that would recruit a doctor to “spend one year as a ‘trainer in training,’ learning to perform abortion and related procedures.”
That position will require the new hiree to spend “least 20 days at a high volume abortion site [Planned Parenthood], getting training and becoming a trainer,” as well as learning how to counsel patients on how abortion is allegedly 14 times safer than childbirth.
Students for Life at UMN-Twin Cities told Campus Reform in a statement that “it is frightening that a publicly funded university is actively promoting and supporting abortion here on campus.”
Nick Johnson, the president of that club, said “the university has a job to uphold a high moral standard being educators…and they are clearly violating these principles by further engaging in abortion promotion.”