Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Closes Clinic That Had Been Pushing Abortions for 30 Years

State   Micaiah Bilger   May 21, 2020   |   10:19AM    lancaster, Pennsylvania

The Planned Parenthood abortion chain closed another facility in Pennsylvania this month after pushing abortions on the community for more than three decades.

Lancaster Online reports the abortion chain confirmed that it closed the Lancaster facility on May 2 as it shifts to telemedicine services.

Planned Parenthood Keystone CEO Melissa Reed said they are looking for a new facility in the area. In her words, they are “thoughtfully planning for the next era of care.”

“It is clear that our current facility in Lancaster is no longer up to task,” Reed said in a statement. “We are reviewing other locations to fulfill our future of health care services in Lancaster.”

It is selling the property. According to the report, the list price is $540,000.

Though the Lancaster facility did not abort unborn babies, it did counsel women about abortions and refer them to other Planned Parenthoods for abortions.

It is possible that the abortion chain may be building or renovating a new facility in the city where it can do abortions. In recent years, Planned Parenthood has secretly built several huge new abortion facilities under false names so that local communities do not have a chance to protest.

Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion chain in the United States, and a number of its Pennsylvania facilities have been open “for abortion services only” during the coronavirus crisis.

Some of the Pennsylvania abortion facilities also had the audacity to ask people to donate masks, hand sanitizer, shoe covers and surgical hats – supplies that hospitals need for legitimate, life-saving health care, according to Live Action.

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Earlier this week, news broke that Planned Parenthood wrongfully applied for and received about $80 million in coronavirus aid – money meant to help small businesses that are hurting amid the shut-downs.

Even though Pennsylvania and other states led by pro-abortion Democrats have allowed abortion facilities to continue elective abortions during the coronavirus crisis, some facilities have closed anyway. Dozens of Planned Parenthoods in New York, California and overseas shut down because of the virus. It is not clear how long they will remain closed, but even temporary closures mean unborn babies and mothers may be spared from abortions.

Women do not need to abort their unborn babies to be healthy. The only thing “essential” about an abortion is the guarantee of a dead baby. Recently, medical groups representing more than 30,000 doctors in America emphasized that abortions are not “essential” or “urgent,” and abortion facilities that continue to operate during the pandemic are being “medically irresponsible.”

Planned Parenthood aborted nearly 346,000 babies last year while reaping in $1.6 billion in revenue. It has been accused of discriminating against its pregnant employees, Medicaid fraud and selling aborted baby body parts.