Monsignor Mark Brennan called out the abortion industry this week in his public testimony against a bill restricting crisis pregnancy centers, calling them “bullies” who are intent on marginalizing pro-life crisis pregnancy centers.

As you likely already know the Baltimore City Council passed a first-of-its-kind measure that would fine crisis pregnancy centers $150 a day if they fail to post signs stating they do not “provide or make referrals for abortion or birth-control services. Now Montgomery County, Maryland is following suit.

This is nothing but secular liberalism on the march. If successful, we’ll surely be seeing bills like this throughout the country. Have you ever heard of government forcing not-for-profits to publicly post things that they don’t do? That’s crazy.

Is the abortion industry that covetous of death that they must force the government to infringe on the rights of people, to ensure that they have a crack at talking women into abortion?

The bill, of course, has no similar requirements for abortion providers. Will abortion providers be forced to say that they don’t recommend adoption to people or counsel that keeping the child alive might be the right thing to do? Nope. Do they counsel about the possible long term traumatic effects of abortion? Nope. Do they tell people that birth control pills are abortifacients? No way.

But, I guess, the county is cool with all that.

Kudos to Monsignor Brennan for testifying to the truth of what’s going on here. Check out the video here because nobody in the mainstream media reported on it.