May 12, 2020

California Doctor Criticizes State Governments for Taking Some Rights Away While Allowing Abortions During COVID-19 Pandemic

California Governor Gavin Newsom
Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore / Flickr
“I'm here representing thousands of physicians around the country, whose voices must be heard,” said Dr. Jeffrey Barke at a California rally in opposition to government overreach during the COVID-19 pandemic. “I'm here representing thousands of physicians across the country whose voices are being silenced because we don’t agree with the mainstream media and the experts who are telling us what to do.”

Dr. Barke criticized the California state government picking and choosing which actions citizens can take during the pandemic. “Never in the history of this country have we been told that you can’t go to church because it’s ‘non-essential’ but you can go get an abortion because that’s ‘essential,’” he said. Dr. Barke also pointed out that liquor stores and pot dispensaries were allowed to remain open while citizens with other businesses were forced to remain closed.

The Illinois state government faces all the same criticisms. It allows abortionists to continue providing elective surgical abortion while other businesses are forced to stay closed or provide their services in a much more limited capacity.

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