“Abortionist Willie Parker spoke on the campus of Georgetown University just days before the 46th annual March for Life.
Parker identifies as a ‘Christian’ and asserts that his faith provides justification for killing unborn babies. He commits abortions in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Pennsylvania.
Parker’s speech was sponsored by campus Democrats, the university-approved Lecture Fund, and H*yas for Choice, a group not officially recognized by Georgetown.
Parker is the author of Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice and a prominent pro-abortion activist. He has chaired Physicians for Reproductive Health and received NARAL’s Champions of Choice award and Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award, named after its eugenics-supporting founder.
According to The College Fix, Parker told the assembled students that he found justification and a ‘moral and ethical obligation to provide abortion care’ in his reading of Jesus Christ’s parable of the Good Samaritan and the example set by Martin Luther King, Jr.
‘I broke through the cocoon of religious custom that held me bound,’ he said. Parker said that he even supports partial-birth abortion…
Georgetown University has come under fire in the past for honoring pro-abortion politicians, including President Barack Obama, who gave an address to students. In addition, Georgetown University presented its Timothy J. Healy award last year to pro-abortion Senator Dick Durbin, D-IL…
Parker’s appearance at Georgetown was not the first time a prominent abortion advocate has been welcomed on campus. In 2016, the then-president of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, delivered a lecture to students and received a standing ovation.