“I want the Legislature to continue to focus on providing and promoting these alternatives to abortion,” said Joe Pojman, executive director of the Texas Alliance for Life.
Joe Pojman is executive director for Texas Alliance for Life. While his group works to prevent abortions and supports the Texas legislation, he said acts of violence at abortion centers are not tolerated.
“We absolutely despise anyone who engages in violence against abortion facilities or someone seeking abortion. It’s just plain wrong,” Pojman said.
He said he sees nothing wrong with the FACE Act itself but believed the announcement by the Justice Department was a political tactic.
“This is in federal court but it’s between abortion providers and that state of Texas. The Biden-Harris administration doesn’t have any part to play in this so far,” Pojman said.https://www.texasallianceforlife.org/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=brand-article#media_outlet-add
The reopening brings to 20 the number of abortion clinics in America’s second most-populous state. But that’s still down from 41 in 2012, and the facility could close again soon.
Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, welcomed the clinic closures because, he said, those facilities did not adequately protect patients.
“The vote on Roe v. Wade to me seemed like that she was showing her true colors. She’s never renounced that vote,” said Joe Pojman, a Perry supporter and director of the anti-abortion group Texas Alliance for Life.