Dr. Willie Parker, the chair of the Board of Physicians for Reproductive Health known for his blatant remarks and cavalier descriptions of abortion has been accused of sexual misconduct by Candace Russell, a pro-abortion activist.
It’s apparent that the wickedness of Parker knows no bounds. He not only claimed that he “finds fulfillment as a Christian” in practice of providing medical “abortions,” he touts that it’s not a moral dilemma to do so.
In his recent debate with Professor Mike Adams, Willie Parker had no hesitation in describing what abortion does to the unborn baby:
When I do an abortion, I am clear what she is asking me to do for her. I am clear that she is asking me to remove a fetus from her. I am clear that in your terms, it is the intentional killing of a fetus.
In his many interviews on the morality of abortion, Parker said:
There’s nothing immoral about taking care of your health. There’s nothing immoral about making the decision to not because a parent before you want to become one. There’s more than one way to understand religion and spirituality and God.– to Esquire Magazine
This is the mantra of a man who claims he’s a Christian. It’s quite clear that he takes no issue in the tens of thousands of violations of the Sixth Commandment:
13 “You shall not murder.”~ Exodus 20:13
Bringing to light accusations of “inappropriate and predatory behavior” toward her, Candace Russell wrote in a post on Sunday:
My memories of the night I spent with Willie are as out of focus and frayed around the edges as you would expect them to be after four martinis and an entire bottle of wine, gaps and spaces in time where things get too blurry to be able to make out. Holes that now I am almost grateful for, though I had spent an entire year obsessively trying to fill them. My mind was constantly churning, a strain I could almost feel as my brain searched for all those missing moments as if they were hidden in the corners of shelves I’d never quite be able to reach. Which of us had suggested we have one last night cap afterwards? Why would either of us have thought another drink was a good idea in the first place?
In addition, Russell states:
There is no way for me to know how many of us are out there, how many of the dozens and dozens of stories being whispered about by friends of friends overlap and repeat. How many still stay shrouded in silence brought on by undue pressure and misplaced shame? Should it even matter really? If this only happened to two women and not twenty does that make Dr. Parker somehow less of an abuser?
Without the specific details with regard to her allegations, some within the abortion industry have begun to distance themselves from Dr. Parker.
On Monday, the board of directors of The National Network of Abortion Funds, which supports direct abortions funding, released a statement:
Every person in the abortion access movement holds responsibility for fostering an ethical environment, free from harassment, violence, and improper or unprofessional conduct, sexual and otherwise, the letter read. “We all hold this responsibility, whether we are an abortion funder, provider, volunteer, employee, or supporter. When one of us is accused of failing to live up to these standards, it is all of our responsibility to make space for victims to speak or be silent as they choose, and with values of autonomy, compassion, intersectionality, and collective power, move through accountability and restorative justice towards healing.
Another supporter of Dr. Willie Parker, the Abortion Care Network (ACN) also released a statement saying:
It is difficult, if not impossible, to create a perfect public statement to address an imperfect situation that involves human beings, trauma, and pain. Sexual misconduct is pervasive and we have long lived in a world that suppresses, disbelieves, and destroys survivors, and we have a responsibility to disrupt this cycle of violence.
Interestingly, the ACN notes that the “annihilation” of “people of color” in their inability to secure abortions is a great concern:
We also live in a world that seeks to annihilate both abortion providers and people of color, and Abortion Care Network is committed to interrupting all systems of oppression. Fear, anti-abortion distortion, and omnipresent racism make this conversation complex and emotional. ACN strives to show up with integrity, vulnerability, and honesty; we commit to listening, analyzing power, and embracing an intersectional analysis.
To believe these ‘murder for hire’ organizations, whether by providing funding, securing locations for abortion services etc., should be offended by their man, Dr. Willie Parker, who has personally provided the horrific murders of tens of thousands of unborn babies because allegations of sexual misconduct brought by Candace Russell, the pro-abortion activist, is beyond the imagination.
The irony cannot escape us that those who advocate and/or run ‘abortion businesses’ should find it unacceptable that Parker is a sexual predator.
However, the outcry will be short-lived because the abortion industry needs men like Willie Parker. Eventually, they’ll see once again, it’s a fair exchange to allow both the predator and the abortionist to co-exist.
HT LifeSite News
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