Georgetown Invites Far Left Activist Sandra Fluke to Speak About Horrors of $9 Birth Control With Undergrads
Georgetown women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke went before a Congressional panel last month to demand free birth control pills. The Target up the road from her school sells the pill for $9 a month.
But before she went before Congressional leaders to demand $9 a month birth control, she took a lavish trip to Europe with her boyfriend.
Here the two lovebirds are roughing it late at night in Barcelona – drunk.
Now Ms. Fluke is going to speak with undergrads about the horrors of having to fork out $9 a month for the pill.
CNS News reported:
Georgetown University, a Catholic institution run by the Jesuit order, invited Sandra Fluke to talk to undergraduate students at its main campus on Monday on the subject of contraception.
The event–billed as “A Conversation with Sandra Fluke on Contraception Access”–was closed to “outside press” and to the public.
Fluke, a student at Georgetown Law School, became a national figure in February when she testified at a House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee hearing put together by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California. Fluke explained to that all-Democratic panel why she favored a regulation issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, under the Obamacare legislation, that will require virtually all health insurance plans in the United States to provide free sterilizations and all FDA-approved contraceptives, including those that cause abortions.
Because the Catholic Church teaches that sterilization, artificial contraception and abortion are wrong, the regulation would require Catholic individuals and institutions to act against their consciences and the teachings of their church. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has described the regulation Fluke has been advocating as an “unprecedented” attack on religious liberty.
In her testimony before the Democratic panel, Fluke discussed the hardships she believes women at Georgetown Law School have experienced because the current student health plan at the school does not cover contraceptives.