MLA Sherry Wilson
Progressive Conservative Party, Moncton Southwest, NB
In 2020 however, an NDP-supporting, communist rag of a website called PressProgress did a hit piece on her pro-life beliefs. Sherry immediately caved to the pressure and said that that her beliefs have since "evolved".
She told PressProgress that she now supports murdering children in the womb for reasons of "sexual assault" and for unspecified "health risks", and also believes that New Brunswick taxpayers should be forced to finance this baby killing.
To prove her new, progressive-regressive bona fides, Sherry also gave PressProgress a virtue-signalling nod to Gender Identity Theory and transgender ideology. In a bizarre statement, she refused to say the word "woman", and referred instead to "a person on the gender spectrum who is pregnant", in the context of women who abort their children.
Here is Sherry Wilson's voting record relating to life and family issues:
|Votes, Surveys and Policy Decision||Vote||Score|
|March for Life Attendance||Attended 2014|
|Position on diverting taxpayer $$ towards paying for abortions at Morgentaler's private "clinic"
In 2014, the Liberal Party Leader in NB came out against the long-standing ban on public funding for private abortion facilities. For decades, all 3 major parties have agreed that the province shall not fund abortions at private abortion 'clinics'. Only abortions committed at hospitals are publicly funded. After an organized campaign to fund the Morgentaler abortuary, the Liberal Leader came out strongly in favour of fully-funded, abortion-on-demand.
|Position on cancelling the provincial requirement that 2 doctors sign off on the abortion as 'medically necessary' before it gets funded by taxpayers.
This is the current, decades old policy of the New Brunswick government. It was agreed upon by all major parties until 2014 when the Liberal Leader suggested this modicum of restriction needs to be removed, in the name of 'a woman's right to choose'.
|Bill 11, An Act Respecting Proof of Immunization
Introduced by former provincial NDP leader turned PC Minister of Education, Domenic Cardy, this authoritarian bill would require all students to provide proof of immunization in order to attend any of the province’s early learning and childcare facilities or public schools and would not allow any conscientious or religious-based exemptions – only medical ones. That means, for example, that if parents object to certain vaccines on the basis of their unethical development or implications, those objections would be ignored. It would be a disastrous precedent given the bill’s failure to recognize the morally dubious nature of a great number of vaccines. Thankfully, even amidst the panic associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, this enforced-injection bill was wisely, if narrowly, defeated by a vote of 22 to 20 on June 18, 2020.
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Here are the answers for the questionnaire as provided by Sherry Wilson on Sep. 16, 2014.
|Do you acknowledge that human life begins at conception (fertilization)?||Yes|
|Are there any circumstances under which you believe a woman should have access to abortion? (note: a surgical or medical intervention, designed to prevent the death of the mother but but which results in the unintended and undesired death of the pre-born child, is not an abortion. e.g. in cases of tubal pregnancy or cervical cancer)||No|
|Will you uphold the current law of not funding abortion in private facilities?||Yes|
|Will you support measures to stop funding abortions with taxpayers money in all New Brunswick hospitals?||Yes|
|Do you agree women have the right to be thoroughly informed about the serious health consequences of abortion, the development of the child in the womb and the alternatives to abortion?||Yes|
|Will you protect the rights of parents to educate their children according to their faith in matters of moral principles and beliefs concerning abortion, contraception and homosexuality?||Yes|
|Will you oppose euthanasia and instead support measures to promote 'palliative care', the purpose of which is to alleviate pain, and enhance the quality of life for terminally ill patients and those with disabilities? (Note: Euthanasia is the direct and intentional killing of a person by action or omission, with or without that person's consent, for what people mistakenly believe are compassionate reasons.)||Yes|
|Will you support legislation to protect the right of health care workers who refuse to participate in procedures which are in violation of their religious or conscientious beliefs?||Yes|
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