Hundreds of Pro-Lifers Protest Kentucky Governor for Closing Churches, Keeping Abortion Clinics Open

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Hundreds of Pro-Lifers Protest Kentucky Governor for Closing Churches, Keeping Abortion Clinics Open

Hundreds of Kentuckians traveled Wednesday to the state capital to protest Gov. Andy Beshear’s health restrictions that are allowing abortion facilities to remain open while closing churches and businesses. Beshear’s restrictions on elective medical procedures, non-essential businesses and gatherings of more than 10 people are supposed to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kentucky Legislature Votes to Give Attorney General the Power to Shut Down Abortion Clinics

The Kentucky legislature approved a pro-life measure Wednesday to give state Attorney General Daniel Cameron (pictured) the power to shut down abortion facilities and save more lives during the coronavirus pandemic. Cameron, a pro-life Republican, recently urged state health authorities to hold abortion facilities accountable to a state ban on elective medical procedures during the health crisis.

Police Recorded License Plates of Easter Churchgoers Despite Court Order, Nails Dumped in Parking Lots

Kentucky Christians who attended drive-in services on Easter – despite warnings from the governor to stay home over the coronavirus pandemic – were met by police presence and nails dumped in the road, the pastor of a Kentucky church said.

Kentucky Governor Candidate Andy Beshear Holds Fundraiser With Local Abortionists

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin blasted his Democratic opponent Thursday for accepting “blood money” from a local abortion practitioner. Bevin, a Republican with a strong pro-life record, is running for re-election against state Attorney General Andy Beshear, a pro-abortion Democrat. In 2017, Beshear refused to defend a Kentucky law that protects unborn babies from abortions after 20 weeks.

30,000 Doctors Say Killing Babies in Abortions During the Coronavirus Crisis is “Medically Irresponsible”

Representatives for more than 30,000 pro-life U.S. physicians denounced a statement from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and others last week claiming that abortion is an essential and urgent healthcare service that should not be restricted by the coronavirus pandemic.