New Planned Parenthood Clinic Injures Woman in Botched Abortion Just One Week After Opening

State   Steven Ertelt   Dec 26, 2019   |   6:05PM    Fairview Heights, Illinois

The Planned Parenthood abortion business has killed and injured women all over the country in botched abortions –including in St. Louis, Missouri, where 74 women have been documented to have been transported to the ER after they were victimized by botched abortions at its abortion center.

Planned Parenthood is busy defending that Missouri abortion facility and hoping to keep it open despite efforts by the Missouri health department to close it and hold it accountable for breaking state health and safety laws by putting women’s lives and health at risk. But knowing it would likely close, Planned Parenthood secretly built a massive new abortion center across the state line in Fairview heights, Illinois.

But a new report indicates Planned Parenthood continues inuring women in failed abortions despite the move across town:

Coalition for Life St. Louis shared the following:

At 1:59pm today (Thursday December 19,2019), Coalition for Life St. Louis sidewalk counselors witnessed an ambulance called to the all-new so-call “state-of-the-art” Fairview Heights Planned Parenthood abortion facility.

Sidewalk counselors were surprised to see a police car pull into the abortion facility; an ambulance siren less than a minute behind, pulling in and around the building. The woman they were called to help appeared to be conscious, but in major distress and very pale, to those watching.

I am sad to have to share this news, but I am in no way surprised.

While the public was told that this new facility would be better and safer for women, those performing abortions in Fairview Heights don’t have to be regulated, or even doctors.  This facility was built to avoid the health and safety measures in place in Missouri. The horrible consequence is not just the deaths of possibly 11,000 children next year, but women who continue to be hurt by the very same Planned Parenthood staff who work in St. Louis.

This facility has been open less than 2 months, and already an ambulance has been called to rescue a woman. How many more women will be hurt?

The St. Louis Planned Parenthood has a horrendous record of health and safety violations. Earlier this year, state health officials tried to revoke its license, but Planned Parenthood sued and a judge allowed it to remain open.

The state Department of Health found dozens of health and safety violations in St. Louis, and pro-life advocates have documented 72 occasions when ambulances were called to the abortion facility for women with abortion complications. CBS News failed to mention any of these concerns and implied that the state is just trying to close the abortion facility for political reasons.

Planned Parenthood has been secretive about new abortion clinics in the past. Last year, a Michigan community expressed outrage after the abortion chain used a different name on paperwork so that it could open a new abortion facility in secret.

In Kansas, pro-life advocates recently stopped Planned Parenthood from opening a new abortion facility right next to a high school in their community. It used similarly secretive tactics in the community, but pro-life advocates found out anyway.