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“I know from St. John Paul II, he said that all of our human and civil rights that we believe in as Americans — that we share as American, the right to healthcare, the right to medical care, to housing, to all of these different things – are illusory if the right to life isn’t defended with maximum determination,” Louis Brown said during a recent healthcare listening session with Americans hurt by Obamacare.
“I resigned my position because I could tell that the Democratic bill that was going through Congress wanted to publicly fund abortion,” stated Brown, “and that’s not something that I could go along with. So I resigned my position.”
Brown also noted as an African American the significant loss of life from abortion among the African-American community.
“Seventeen million African Americans, it’s shown, that probably have been aborted since Roe v. Wade,” he said.