A Planned Parenthood abortion facility is closing in the state of Indiana and it blames pro-life organizations for the closure. The nation’s biggest abortion facility is closing an office in Fort Wayne Indiana, saying that pro-life organizations made it difficult for the abortion outfit to operate.
The Planned Parenthood Center in Fort Wayne is closing effective today after what it said was several years of pressure from pro-life organizations. A local pro-life organization made it difficult for the abortion giant to find a new location in Fort Wayne when it urged people to call a commercial real estate company and ask it not to help its relocation efforts.
Cathie Humbarger of Allen County Right to Life also posted on Facebook when a local commercial real estate company was hired by PPINK to help find a new Fort Wayne location. She urged people to call the company and ask why.
“We don’t want our local realtors…helping Planned Parenthood,” she said.
Gillespie said that company dropped PPINK as a client three days later.
The abortion corporation’s Fort Wayne office apparently was on a month-to-month lease and it’s landlord wants to find a tenant that is not as controversial. Officials with Planned Parenthood are very angry at the situation.
“I’m pretty angry about this,” said Christie Gillespie, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky. “This is not how decent and compassionate people behave. These are actions of harassment and intimidation that are done in the name of faith, religion and Jesus.
“It’s an awful day for the Fort Wayne community. We will be back stronger.”
“We have undertaken many efforts to locate other space and have had difficulty finding other lease space that meet our criteria,” Gillespie said. “One of the biggest criteria is how well can a building be secured.”
The center did not do abortions directly but helps women make arrangements for abortions to end the lives of their babies at other locations.