I am a fan of the work of Dr. Peter Breggin since long before Covid, and I believe the current issues are possibly his finest hour, where all his long experience is paying off. His book about Covid (Covid-19 and the Global Predators, We Are the Prey), which he wrote...
Pushing Back Against Abortion and Corrupt Politicians
“I’m an abolitionist…I don’t believe abortion should exist for no reason at all,” is the position of Irene Armendariz-Jackson.
Jackson, who is running for the 16th Congressional District in El Paso, Texas, returns to “After Dark” to discuss the state of Texas “Heart Beat” abortion law. According to the law once a heartbeat is detected you can no longer perform an abortion. Unfortunately, she said many will try to manipulate sonograms so that heartbeats can’t be heard.
While she is thankful her state of Texas is taking the lead in prohibiting abortion, she wishes the state had gone further and abolished the practice completely. The country has been dealing with the issue of abortion since forever.
Jackson describes abortion as the “ugly part of man that we could possibly think of dismembering a baby in the mother’s womb.” The issue of abortion is the reason she is involved in politics.
Joining the show for the second half is William Rodriguez Morrison who is running for mayor of Los Angeles in 2022. If elected, Morrison said his main focus would be the elderly, getting the homeless off the streets, and fixing the city’s ailing infrastructure. He acknowledges the problems in LA are plaguing many of the big cities across the country. Mainly due to liberal politicians and policies. William has a passion for helping the homeless and improving his community.
Irene Armendariz-Jackson is of Mexican descent. She is a lifelong El Paso resident with deep roots in both El Paso and Ciudad Juarez. Her parents were Mexican immigrants who became naturalized citizens of the United States. Irene said she learned from them the values of faith, strong family ties, and hard work. Her father was employed in drywall construction, and her mother earned both a Bachelor’s degree and a Masters’s degree in Social Work, dedicating her career to working in the Pediatrics Department at Texas Tech Medical Center. She has been married for twenty-five years to a United States Navy veteran, who is also a border patrol officer for twenty-three years. She and her husband have three children and three grandchildren.
William Rodriguez Morrison was born and raised in the city of Los Angeles, California, and is a fourth-generation resident. He is a lifelong member of the community and the district. For over 54 years he has been actively involved in his community.
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