Trump prosecutor sued over attacks on Americans

The Left claims that the DOJ has not been weaponized against Americans. But the facts show otherwise.

And now a top trump prosecutor has been sued for attacking Americans.

New York Attorney General Letitia James faces a new legal challenge this month as she is being sued for her aggressive targeting of pro-life organizations in the state.

The lawsuit, brought forth by the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA), Gianna’s House, and Options Care Center, accuses James of violating the First Amendment through her legal actions against 11 crisis pregnancy centers and Heartbeat International. These pro-life groups are represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).

The crux of the lawsuit revolves around James’ ongoing efforts to suppress the dissemination of information regarding the Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) protocol, which pro-life advocates argue is a critical option for women who regret initiating a chemical abortion.

“Many women regret their abortions, and some seek to stop the effects of chemical abortion drugs before taking the second drug in the abortion drug process. Taking supplemental progesterone at that time can often save their baby’s life,” said ADF Legal Counsel Gabriella McIntyre.

“The New York attorney general, however, is doing everything she can to deny women the freedom to make that choice.”

James’ legal actions target a dozen pro-life ministries over their support and promotion of the APR protocol.

This protocol involves administering a prescribed dose of bioidentical progesterone to potentially counteract the effects of mifepristone, the first drug in the abortion pill regimen, thereby saving the unborn child if a woman decides to continue her pregnancy.

Pro-life groups argue that this method is a vital lifeline for women who have second thoughts after starting a chemical abortion.

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York, highlights the story of a woman who was able to save her baby thanks to the APR protocol after beginning an abortion.

The complaint asserts that despite James’ claims of supporting women’s choice, her actions effectively deprive women of the opportunity to reverse their decision and continue their pregnancies.

“Despite saying that she supports women’s choice, the Attorney General seeks to deprive women who change their mind and want to continue their pregnancies, or who are coerced or tricked into a chemical abortion, of truthful information about progesterone treatment, a safe option that has been used by obstetrician-gynecologists to help maintain pregnancies for decades,” the lawsuit states.

The suit demands that James be barred from applying New York business law in a way that targets pro-life groups advocating for the APR protocol.

“New York is intentionally denying women the freedom to continue their pregnancies by censoring those who promote it. They are forcing women to follow through with an abortion—even if they don’t want to,” said Thomas Glessner, president and founder of NIFLA.

“How does it even remotely make sense to trust women with their medical decisions if you are actively trying to hide scientifically-based information from them? It makes no sense, nor is it legal.”

This lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal and political battles that have ensued since the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

In the aftermath of this landmark ruling, pregnancy centers across the nation have faced increased scrutiny and attacks from Democrat lawmakers and pro-abortion activists.

Attorney General Letitia James has been particularly vocal and active in her efforts to clamp down on pro-life organizations, arguing that they engage in deceptive practices.

However, many people argue that her actions amount to a politically motivated crusade against groups that provide vital services and information to women in crisis.

James’ aggressive stance against pro-life groups raises significant concerns about the suppression of free speech and the right of organizations to provide alternative information and support to women.

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