Senate Democrats are pushing their baby-killing ways by trying to use $25 million of our tax dollars to train more baby killers.
Democrats Tammy Baldwin and Patty Murray have introduced a bill in the U.S. Sen. to have the money targeted to train these bloodthirsty killers.
The bill is called The Reproductive Health Care Training Act, but it doesn’t have a number yet because it is not yet filed.
The two Democrat Senators said that the bill would “provide for the establishment of an education program to expand abortion care training and access.”
“When Roe v. Wade was overturned, women in Wisconsin were sent back to 1849, living under a criminal abortion ban. But the impact didn’t stop there. Doctors have been barred from providing the care they have been trained to perform and medical students and faculty are being forced to travel out of state for training. In order for women to exercise their right and freedom to control their bodies, doctors need the proper reproductive health care training,” said Senator Baldwin in a press release about the bill. “The Reproductive Health Care Training Act will bolster the pipeline of these needed doctors by easing the burden that out-of-state training presents and supporting the medical programs that are seeing an influx of individuals that need training.”
The bill would also prioritize the killing of black babies by offering grants to “minority-serving institutions or institutions that provide training to increase underrepresented minority health professions.”
The press release adds, “The nonstop Republican attacks on reproductive health care are having a chilling effect not only on patients seeking care, but also on the doctors and nurses who provide it. We need to make sure that health professionals in every state can receive critical training in reproductive health care—even if they have to travel to other states to get it.”
The Sen. also notes that the money should be used to train students from states that have heavier restrictions on killing babies.
Funding could be used to support both medical programs with students traveling out of state, and programs in states accommodating an influx of students,” the press release said. “Grants would be available to accredited health professions schools, academic health centers, and other safety-net providers in all states to offset the additional costs associated with training providers in a post-Roe world. The Reproductive Health Care Training Act will help meet the current need for more women’s health care providers nationwide, especially in states with abortion restrictions.
The bill is sponsored by Debbie Stabenow, Catherine Cortez-Masto, and Kyrsten Sinema. Companion legislation has been introduced in the House by Representatives Ami Bera, Kim Schrier, and Mark Pocan.