In South Carolina, police found a mobile abortion clinic with blood and tissue covered tools during a four-hour traffic bust. An unlicensed abortionist and his wife ran the mobile abortion bus and apparently traveled around the state to perform illegal abortions.
The Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright said the following about the couple: “Basically we got an illegal baby killer, and his wife was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana. It’s bad enough when people use abortion as a form of birth control, but it’s worse when you do it illegal.”
He added, “The moms are already making, I think, a bad decision. Of course I don’t know everyone’s situation, [but] we’ve just got to pray about it.”
Currently, there are three abortion facilities in South Carolina and Planned Parenthood operates one of them. As LifeNews previously reported, in July, South Carolina became the 12th state to conduct some kind of investigation into whether or not the abortion giant is breaking any state or federal laws with its sales of aborted baby body parts.
In the State General Assembly, Rep. Garry Smith (R-Simpsonville) is spearheading the investigation with letters to the Legislative Audit Council and the House Oversight Committee. He said, “What has been revealed about the actions of Planned Parenthood is very concerning. The lack of humanity involved. I think any organization that would stoop to do those sorts of things are ones I wouldn’t feel comfortable with supporting in any manner [with state funding].”
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The President of South Carolina Citizens for Life (SCCL), Lisa Van Riper, applauded the lawmakers for initiating the investigation into Planned Parenthood. She said the videos exposing their organ harvesting business show a “complete callous disregard for the sanctity of human life.”
She elaborated: “The tiny organs harvested are not from unborn children who have died of natural causes. Rather these organs are harvested after procedures with the intent of the unborn child’s destruction. The videos not only raise awareness of the humanity of these unborn children, they also leave no doubt about the inhumanity of abortion.”
Additionally, the group mentioned that their organization is looking into the Medical University of South Carolina because they train abortionists.
In a press release, they said, “SCCL has asked for information about the Medical University of South Carolina and its arrangements with the Charleston Women’s Medical Center, an abortion facility that advertises abortions up to 16 weeks from the first day of the last menstrual period. It too accepts Medicaid patients and offers Medicaid patients a discount, according to its webpage. Of notable interest, abortion customers are forbidden to bring bags, purses, cell phones, or heavy coats into the facility.”
Listen to Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright’s comments about the traveling abortionist in the video below.