A United Church of Christ pastor from Ohio boasted about driving women across state lines to abort their unborn babies last week after the state heartbeat law went into effect.
Now, babies’ lives are being spared from abortion all across Ohio, but some abortion activists, including supposedly Christian pastors, are trying to thwart the state’s life-saving efforts.
Last week, the Rev. Terry Williams, a UCC pastor in Chillicothe, said a group of pastors organized a carpool to take women to Pennsylvania, for abortions after Ohio abortion facilities were forced to stop.
“The clinics had to call people on Friday and say, ‘You can’t come in tomorrow. You can’t come in tonight,” Williams told the newspaper. “When that happened, there were multiple carpools of individuals from Akron, Canton and over into Youngstown that drove people to Pittsburgh or up to Erie to be able to get abortion care.”
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