It’s Not the Gays Anymore, Abortion is Causing California’s Drought

Very scientifically educated California Assembly Member Shannon Grove’s newest findings show abortion to be causing the California drought.

Grove reported her findings at the California ProLife Legislative Banquet last week in Sacramento:

“Texas was in a long period of drought until Governor Perry signed the fetal pain bill,” she told the audience, presumably referring to HB 2, the omnibus Texas abortion bill that included a 20-week ban based on junk science. “It rained that night. Now God has His hold on California.”

While Grove’s scientific methods have been questioned, she has published, on her Facebook newsfeed, her faith in her scientific process.

I believe —and most Americans believe —that God’s hand is in the affairs of man, and certainly was in the formation of this country. The Founders put God in the center of this nation by recognizing Him as a giver of our rights. Is this drought caused by God? Nobody knows. But biblical history shows a consequence to man’s actions; we do know for sure that California’s water shortage crisis has been compounded by liberal politicians’ poor decisions – not properly managing our water resources and refusing to build water storage for decades.

In her Facebook statement she alludes to her other findings about what has been causing the drought: liberals and the Environmental Protection Agency. Five months ago, she released her findings in a video outlining the connection between drought and releasing fresh water into the ocean in an attempt to save small fish.

In addition to her work in drought research, Grove has been working against Senate Bill 277, which makes it more difficult for California parents to opt out of vaccinating their children. She sees it as a threat to personal choice and religious freedom, a trait she does not witness in banning abortion.

Since this politician clearly knows both science and her founding father history, United States, and more specifically, California, residents will wait with bated breath for her June 26 panel appearance where she will explain how “poor policy decisions” are making the drought worse.

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