Lifenews.com - The Biden Administration has sent a clear message to all health care professionals who call themselves pro-life: “Your rights don’t matter. We won’t enforce them.”
We’ve been telling you for years about the ACLJ’s case on behalf of a University of Vermont Medical Center (“UVMMC”) operating room nurse who was coerced into assisting in an abortion even though her name was on a list of nurses who had moral and religious objections to such procedures and who were supposed to be able to opt out.
Our client – let’s call her “Rachel” (not her real name) – contacted us in early 2018. She told us about how she had been lied to by her supervisor (who was aware of Rachel’s religious objections to abortion) about the nature of a scheduled elective surgical procedure. Only after Rachel had “scrubbed in” to the operation and been met by the surgeon (who was also aware of her objection) with the words “Don’t hate me,” did Rachel realize that she had been deceived into participating in the legal killing of an innocent human being – an abortion. She immediately begged the charge nurse to relieve her. Her plea was denied even though the charge nurse could easily have swapped with Rachel.
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