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    Abortionist: ‘God performs way more abortions than I do’

    Updated: January 4, 2019 at 2:50 pm EST  See Comments

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    SALT LAKE CITY, January 4, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A Utah-based abortionist who claims to promote medical and sexual education has confused natural death with killing.

    Planned Parenthood employee Dr. Leah Torres, who has over 18,000 followers on Twitter, tweeted out a comparison of her deadly work with naturally occuring miscarriages, suggesting that God is an abortionist.

    Replying to someone who asked her what God thought, Torres tweeted on December 29, “Everyone seems to assert they know what god thinks, so have at it.” 

    “God performs way more abortions than I do, so there’s that,” she claimed.

    The tweet to which Torres was responding has since been deleted.

    In response, Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life retorted that abortion supporters not only confuse “dying and killing,” they confuse humans with God.

    “Abortionist Leah Torres says that God commits far more abortions than she does, i.e. miscarriages,” he tweeted.  

    “How absurd,” he continued. “Supporters of #abortion not only fail to tell the difference between dying and killing, they also fail to tell the difference between humans and #God.”  

    A Twitter reader who called herself “pro-choice” also called out Torres on the differences between miscarriages and abortions and between the

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