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VIDEO: Oklahoma abortion centers stop performing abortions

Columbus, OH – Mar 29, 2020 – A recording secured on Saturday March 28, 2020 confirms that Oklahoma abortion centers are not performing surgical abortions in compliance with Gov. Kevin Stitt’s order requiring health centers cease preforming non-essential medical procedures.


So far, 8 states have ordered abortions to stop! Here is an update:

  • Surgical abortions have been specifically ordered to stop in OH, TX, LA, MS, TN, KY, OK, IA.
  • Non-essential surgeries have been banned, yet abortions continue in MD, FL, CO, MI, RI, AZ, NY, AK, IN, WV, GA, VT.
  • Non-essential surgeries have been banned but Governors have made a special exception for abortions in MN, MA, WA, IL, NJ, CA, PA, AL, NC, VA, NM.
  • A total one thirty states have issued orders specifically directing health care facilities to cease performing non-essential medical procedures.

As of right now, TX and OK have ceased committing surgical abortions.

“It’s working,” Mark Harrington of Created Equal said. “Our phone calls to Governors are having an effect. Babies are alive today because of the efforts of hundreds of pro-life Americans. Almost daily new states are issuing orders to stop the spread of COVID 19 by demanding that abortions stop. We need to keep the pressure on.”

Keep calling our Governors! Go to: Protestpp.com/howto

  • Call the red state Governors and ask them to enforce their orders.
  • Call the purple state Governors and ask them to write a cease and desist letter to the abortion centers who are not complying.

You can give to help this effort online HERE or send your check to: Created Equal, PO Box 360502, Columbus, OH 43236. Your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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