This Abortionist Flies in to Planned Parenthood to Abort 31 Babies Every Day

State   |   Joe Ortwerth   |   Jun 21, 2016   |   10:33AM   |   Jefferson City, MO

A female doctor who performs many of the abortions at the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in St. Louis has publicly admitted that she destroys the lives of as many as 31 preborn children a day.

Abortionist Colleen McNicholas was profiled in the May issue of Marie Claire magazine.  Writer Kayla Webley portrays McNicholas as a heroine “on the front lines of the abortion wars.”

The author applauds the fact that McNicholas is so proficient at her trade that she is able to “terminate 31 pregnancies a day,” and quotes her as being “passionate and committed” to her work.

The article confirms that McNicholas performs abortions on a regular basis at the Reproductive Health Services Clinic operated by Planned Parenthood in the Central West End of St. Louis City.

The magazine story also states that McNicholas flies once a month to Wichita to perform abortions at the clinic formerly operated by the late Dr. George Tiller.  Tiller was notorious nationwide for doing grisly late-term abortions on children nearing their birth date.

The Marie Claire article also reveals that McNicholas will begin working at a new clinic in Oklahoma City this month.  McNicholas is quoted as saying:  “I can do one more day.  I can go one more place.”

McNicholas is a prime example of the fly-by abortionists murdering unborn children in multiple metropolitan areas.  These physicians have absolutely no physician-patient relationship with the women they “serve.”

They fly into a town, do abortions scheduled for that day in assembly-line fashion, and then fly right back out.  They are unavailable to treat the women should complications occur after the abortion, and their concern for their “patients” ends as soon as their jet departs from the latest runway.

McNicholas is actually a doctor at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where she is also an assistant professor.  She serves on the staff at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Missouri Baptist Hospital.

While pro-abortion interests often complain that women have to drive too far to obtain an abortion, they have no problem whatsoever that these women live hundreds of miles more away from the doctors who are butchering babies in their womb, who are nowhere to be found when there are adverse results to the mother from the procedure.

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McNicholas has earned herself a household name in public policy circles in Missouri over the past year.  Last summer she started peforming abortions at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia.

McNicholas had managed to obtain staff privileges at University Hospital in Columbia, despite the fact that she has no medical practice in mid-Missouri.  That hospital is owned and operated by the University of Missouri.

Those privileges were essential to McNicholas doing her lethal work at the Columbia facility.  A condition of licensure for abortion clinics is that doctors doing abortions must have staff privileges at a nearby hospital.

State legislators were incensed when they learned of the collusion between University Hospital and Planned Parenthood.  State law prohibits the use of state funding, state employees, or state facilities to assist in the performance of abortions.

University Hospital withdrew the privileges granted to McNicholas, and her abortion “care” ended at the Columbia clinic late last year.  She is appealing to the medical staff at the hospital to reinstate her privileges.

McNicholas isn’t backing down.  “Those of us who provide abortions are an innovative, creative, and determined bunch–we will continue to find ways to make sure women have access.”  Even at the cost of 31 lives a day. Note:  Joe Ortwerth writes for the Missouri Family Policy Council.