From: Lynn Kujak
I am writing in response to the 40 Days for Life article printed on the front page of the Winona Daily News on Saturday, March 23. I was one of the persons quoted in the article and although I was happy with most of what the reporter chose to use from his interview with me, I need to clairify the two words he used that did not come from me.
In the article, it was written that I said Semcac was chosen because it is a delegate of Planned Parenthood which provides emergency contraception. The reporter took it upon himself to use the words emergency contraception, (his words, not mine) and in doing so I feel he altered the meaning of what I intended to convey. My words to the reporter were, “that the morning after pill given out by Semcac can cause an early abortion.”
It is a scientific fact that if a women ingests the morning after pill (called Plan B) after fertilization has taken place, the lining of her uterus can be altered causing the woman’s body to reject the living human embryo, making implantation impossible and the child will die. This result is called a chemical abortion. The public is being misled in calling it emergency contraception. Potential users of the morning after pill are not told that this drug may abort an established pregnancy. This is not informed consent.
Check out this three-minute video that explains how the Birth Control Pill can also be an abortifacient and kill your preborn baby without you even knowing.