FBI Targets Pregnancy Center That Saved 42,000 Babies From Abortions

It is difficult for me to believe that a President who calls himself a Christian can be for abortions, but Obama clearly upholds the practice.

Reclaim Our Republic

May 30, 2013 by Steven Ertelt

Based in New York City, the Expectant Mother Care-EMC FrontLine Pregnancy Centers has helped more than 42,000 women find abortion alternatives.

Apparently that is enough lives saved from abortion to make EMC a target for the FBI. Chris Slattery, National Director of the pregnancy center chain, tells LifeNews that, consistent with the recently discovered IRS attacks on pro-life groups, the FBI is now targeting EMC.

“President Obama has put the FBI on me, and they have politely invited me to headquarters to “talk” this week,” he said. “Domestic terrorism agents have called me in to answer their questions this week, as they launch an absurd case to intimidate us.”

The targeting comes as the New York Attorney General has charged EMC with supposedly practicing medicine without a license.

“The Attorney General has just charged EMC with “practicing medicine without a license” for performing free…

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Super Sweet Blogging Award

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