Ayanna Pressley encourages people to celebrate abortion for Christmas


While most were finishing last-minute Christmas presents for loved ones or making arrangements for Midnight Mass, Massachusetts Democrat Rep. Ayanna Pressley suggested abortion as a way to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

The response to her reprehensible assault on Christian values was not taken well with many voicing their disgust.

The Squad member has devoted an astounding amount of her political career to pushing abortion. Even in high school when Pressley was an aspiring actress and model, she landed a gig as a model for Planned Parenthood campaigns that was plastered on the side of Chicago city buses. Apparently, the relationship between the two has lasted over the decades.


To be sure, Pressley demands that federal funding and taxpayer money be used to ensure that everyone in the country (and globally) can end the life of their child at no cost, with no limits on age, parental consent or citizenship and that every healthcare worker must legally perform this task on request, regardless of religious belief, spans years. A quick glance at her life shows that she is and has been spearheading a tremendous anti-natalist effort on multiple fronts within the Marxist progressive left. Pressley uses a mix of racism, activism and political campaigning to spearhead her work to end pregnancies.

Her work is prolific but surely her magnum opus is H.R.4303 known as the Abortion Justice Act in which Pressley targets Black, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, Latinx, LGBTQ+ people, gender nonconforming people, immigrants of all statuses, undocumented migrants and minors as being in the greatest need of free abortions. The bill posits that “systemic racism, economic insecurity, abelism, and a dehumanizing immigration system exacerbate the already-massive barriers to abortion care.”

Introduced in June of this year, Pressley’s bill demands that hundreds of millions of dollars be allocated to ensure that anyone can get an abortion at no cost in person or at home. 

The bill demands that all insurance cover procedures related to abortions including services such as the cost of translators, transportation and lodging for undocumented migrants seeking abortions or chaperones for minors whose parents are left in the dark. Medical coverage providers that will be required to provide abortions and any related abortion services at no cost are listed in the bill and they span from Medicaid to individuals or refugees in the care or custody of the Department of Homeland Security. 

The bill also states that in order to ensure that individuals’ access to abortion services is protected, this Act shall prohibit immigration enforcement actions within 2,000 feet of any healthcare facility. 

Finally, Pressley’s great work states that “This Act supersedes and applies to all Federal law, and the implementation of that law, whether statutory or otherwise, and whether adopted before or after the date of enactment of this Act and is not subject to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993”.

While Pressley sent tidings of comfort, joy and anti-natalism to her Christian friends in celebration of the birth of Christs, the equal rights champion also managed to send a Hanukkah message to her many Jewish friends two weeks earlier, as did Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).

“Happy first night of Hanukkah to our Jewish siblings in the MA7 & across the world,” Pressley wrote. “The celebration carries extra meaning for so many this year, and I wish everyone light, joy, and peace this holiday season.”


Tlaib followed suit with her own message.

This sparked rage from many on the social media platform as Pressley, Tlaib and many of their Progressive constituents have not only refused to condemn the atrocities carried out on the Jewish people of Israel since Oct. 7 but have supported Hamas and put the blame instead on Israel.

Las Vegas News Magazine

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