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Cuomo: Pro-Lifers NOT Welcome in New York

Abortion extremist and disgraced Catholic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gave America a preview of what to expect four years ago when he called pro-lifers “extreme” and stated that they “have no place in New York.”
Cuomo, who has recently celebrated “reproductive justice” with unrestricted abortions, made the remarks in 2014 in the capitol pressroom in which he characterized Republicans in the state legislature as “these extreme conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay…they’re the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York.” The short version: Cuomo, an alleged devout Catholic, is disinviting from New York those Catholics who believe what their church teaches. Can you say excommunication?

Here’s more from Live Action…

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is already notorious among pro-lifers for being one of the most pro-abortion politicians in the nation. The state he serves already has one of the highest abortion rates in the country, but he has been continually fighting to make abortion even more widespread and commonplace in New York.

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In 2014, the abortion extremist publicly proclaimed on the Capitol Pressroom that pro-lifers are not welcome to live in New York.

You have a schism within the Republican Party. … They’re searching to define their soul, that’s what’s going on. Is the Republican party in this state a moderate party or is it an extreme conservative party? That’s what they’re trying to figure out. It’s a mirror of what’s going on in Washington. The gridlock in Washington is less about Democrats and Republicans. It’s more about extreme Republicans versus moderate Republicans.

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