Gript can reveal that the claim made by Minister Stephen Donnelly - and repeated on Drivetime - that 14% or 1 in 7 women had experienced “protest” and “intimidation” while seeking abortion is not confirmed by any rigorous research, but is based on an online survey by the Abortion Rights Campaign.
The Archbishop of Armagh has written to the Northern Ireland Equality Commission over the refusal of The Belfast Telegraph newspaper to publish, as a paid advertisement, the recent statement from the Catholic Bishops in the run-up to the Northern Ireland Assembly election on 2 May 2022.
"Retirement, obsolescence can do funny things to the mind. It is time for us, as a caring people, to ask Dr Boylan if he is ok. And ask the Sisters of Charity to opt out of this charade and leave Dr Boylan and the State to found their own hospital."
NIAMH UÍ BHRIAIN: "But it is interesting, all the same, to see the 'pro-choice' movement fight so hard to deny voters any choice in whether they want abortion to remain legal."
Live Action, a pro-life organisation founded by Lila Rose, is well known for its quality reporting exposing the truth about abortion. They've published testimonies, exposés of the abortion industry, and cases of failed abortions which resulted in emergency situations.
The Life Institute has said that it was confident of winning a referendum on the 8th, after it’s door-to-door outreach took a major step forward yesterday on National Life Canvass Day , reaching almost 15,000 people in one day.
This week on Newstalk radio, Niamh Uí Bhriain pointed out the huge media bias in regard to abortion, commenting that “when the Repeal the 8th crowd say jump, the media ask how high?”
This week, media watchdog the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) upheld complaints made against the Ray D’Arcy Show over an interview Mr. D’Arcy conducted with comedian Graham Linehan and his wife Helen. The BAI found the incident to have been in violation of industry standards against media bias.