Safe, legal and rare. This is what the abortion industry tells us they want abortion to be. The only word that rings true in that statement is legal. Safe and rare, not so much.
If Planned Parenthood wanted abortion to be safe, why do they:
Protest laws to regulate abortion clinics? Planned Parenthood has successfully protested and blocked every bill that has come up suggesting that abortion clinics be inspected for cleanliness and safety. As it stands right now, your dog’s vet clinic is held to a higher standard than an abortion mill.
You would think that after hearing the horror stories of other abortion mills and the filthy conditions they would be more than happy to open their doors to inspections to let all the would-be clients out there know they run a clean business.
Here are a few examples of “safe” abortion mills:
At Hedd Surgi-Center, inspectors found poor sanitation and infection control, unlicensed and unqualified staff, out of date medications, mold on the breathing tubes, and mouse droppings in the operating room. A revocation agreement barred Hedd from performing any procedures but abortions.
Kermit Gosnell’s “House of Horrors”. Equipment was broken, dirty and rusty. The dismembered remains of newborn and nearly-born children were stuffed into jars, bags, milk jugs, and cat food containers. Others shared space in a refrigerator-freezer with employees’ lunches.
July 7, 2012: An ambulance responded to the Feminist Women’s Health Center (FWHC), also known as the Cliff Valley Clinic, in Atlanta, Georgia, at about 10:00 a.m. This is the fourth such incident at this abortion clinic this year. Ambulances were called to this same clinic in February, March, and April of this year. Shockingly, information obtained from the EMS Dispatch Department for Dekalb County, ambulances were called to FWHC for botched abortion victims five times last year.
1.3 Million in the U.S. alone. 43 million worldwide. This is rare? When I see signs like this one, it doesn’t seem like the pro-choicers holding it want abortion to be “rare”.
Safe? Bah, who cares! They won’t see the woman again after they gut her. If they Botch it, let the ER clean up the mess. Rare? HA! That would cut into their profits! Yes, dear readers, they only word that rings true in that sentence is legal. The abortion industry wants to keep it legal so they can keep raking in the cash.
Stay tuned for the next post: Debunking the myth that pro-lifers don’t care about a baby after he/she is born.
Until then, God Bless!