Port: North Dakota pro-life group says they’re under attack by Satan


MINOT, N.D. — The day after a news report indicated that North Dakota Right to Life’s entire staff had departed, the group’s president issued a statement denouncing “lies and misinformation being spread only create division and confusion.”

A report from KFYR’s Joel Crane indicated that, after what was a notably successful legislative session for the group and immediately after a high-profile event with right-wing influencer Charlie Kirk, the organization’s board voted not to renew the contracts of most of its staff.

The remaining two members, executive director McKenzie McCoy and assistant director Cionda Holter, whose contracts were reportedly renewed on a month-to-month basis, then resigned, apparently leaving the group without any staff at all.

“It’s just sad to have it all kind of, just basically, just stopped. It’s just sad,” McCoy told Crane.

But Lancer Labar, the group’s president, issued a statement refuting, though not naming, the KFYR report.

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