Date: November 15, 2021Author: Nwo Report
Source: Charlie Butts
Demonstrating again how it values human life, Texas says it’s willing to roll out the red carpet for organ transplant patients who have run up against a roadblock in Colorado.
Dawn McLaughlin of Colorado suffers from polycystic kidney disease – but she’s been taken off a list for a transplant because she hasn’t received a COVID injection. And a second patient in the Rocky Mountain State – Leilani Lutali – is being told she won’t be allowed a kidney transplant unless she takes the jab. She has Stage 5 kidney disease. ([email=https://www.foxnews.com/us/texas-welcomes-patients-denied-lifesaving-organ-transplants-in-colorado-because-of-covid-vaccination-status]See story from Fox News[/email])
Kyleen Wright of [email=https://www.texlife.org]Texans for Life Coalition[/email] explains the Lone Star State is offering to do transplant surgeries – whether patients have the shot or not – in order to help them live.
“There is a generous opt-out provision, and so I’m really glad that Texas is stepping up to the plate and that we have individuals and foundations and a wonderful state hospital at UT Southwestern that are willing to help this lady [McLaughlin] out,” Wright tells AFN.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott told Fox News that “anyone being denied critical, life-saving organ transplants is welcome here in Texas, where one’s rights and freedoms are always protected.” In addition, a Texas-based foundation [email=https://nicklasfoundation.org/]offers housing and travel assistance[/email] to individuals like McLaughlin and Lutali while they await organ transplant surgeries in Texas.
Wright attributes such compassion in part to the support for life in Texas.
“… We [do] value life, but we also value freedom and conscience in this state,” the pro-lifer adds. “It’s something that I think we sort of take for granted until we see other states moving like this. We don’t realize how blessed we are.”
McLaughlin [email=https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/texans-offer-to-help-unvaccinated-coloradans-in-need-of-transplants/ar-AAPHKFD]is currently in the process[/email] of transferring her records to UT Southwestern and told CBS4 in Denver that she could have a new kidney by Christmas.
The Lone Star State’s support for preborn babies has been in the news of late: its new Heartbeat Law has been subjected to unsuccessful [email=https://afn.net/ap/politics/biden-admin-asks-supreme-court-to-pause-texas-pro-life-law/]legal attacks[/email] from pro-abortion groups as well as the Biden administration ever since the law took effect on September 1.
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