Washington School District will now Fund Abortions for it's Students
December 16, 2015
WCNN Abortion Survivor Reporter
SUMNER WA - The Sumner School District has announced a controversial new plan to fund up to two abortions per student. Both Sumner High and Bonney Lake High are seeing record numbers of High School Students having children. The daycares in both High Schools are completely overrun. Sumner High has more than 50 children in the School daycare and Bonney Lake High is approaching 100. This is costing the district nearly $5,000 per child, per year. The District believes aborting these children will dramatically cut yearly costs. You can read more of the specifics of the plan here at the districts website.
The District Superintendent Sara Johnson had the following to say:
We understand this is a controversial topic but we must act on the amount of children we have in our high school day care system. We just can't afford to give free care to all of these babies. Most of these mongoloids aren't going to amount to anything anyways. My motto has always been 'an abortion today keeps the future drug addicts away'.
We asked some students at Sumner High School for their thoughts on the issue:
I am just ecstatic the school board would allow this. I have two kids already in the High School daycare system and now I can abort my current pregnancy free of charge - Erika Kramer, Sophomore at Sumner High
I have always wanted a fancy abortion but had to settle for birthing the child like a poor person. Now that the school will pay for two I will gladly use them up just like the rich kids I look up to - Amanda Smith, Senior at Bonney Lake High
I can't tell you how quickly I will use up these two abortions. I feel like they should have made the limit 10 or so to get through all four years of high school - Samantha Hebert, Sophmore at Sumner High