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$200,000 per Year to Push Assisted Suicide

Assisted suicide is primarily pushed by those in the upper crust. Disability rights activists call it an issue of “privilege.”

That is why advocacy on behalf of assisted suicide is so well funded (much of the money from foundations associated with George Soros).

For example, according to the Better Business Bureau, Barbara Coombs Lee, head honcho of the Hemlock Society Compassion and Choices, was compensated $205,000 in 2012 for pushing suicide. Probably more, now.

Nice work, if you can get it. 

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