Missouri’s Last Standing Planned Parenthood Has Injured 75 Patients
Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood in St. Louis is a testament to not only how the pro-abortion movement has changed, but how far they’re willing to go to fight for the right to kill human beings.
Coalition for Life St. Louis reports that according to sidewalk witnesses emergency response was recently called to this clinic. Soon after help arrived, a patient was wheeled out of the clinic on a stretcher.
This is the last standing abortion clinic in Missouri. It is currently operating without a medical license. This clinic was found to be in violation of Missouri’s health codes, so much so they merited a 60-page deficiency report. This incident marks 75 recorded medical emergencies at this clinic in ten years. Yet, Planned Parenthood gets a pass.
Last Thursday, November 14th, a Congressional Hearing took place to discuss “how states, emboldened by the Trump Administration’s sustained and systemic attacks on reproductive health care, are restricting access, and it will explore the federal government’s role in preserving access to reproductive health care services for patients across the United States.”
When speaking about giving proper pelvic exams, which is one of the health codes this clinic was in violation of, Dr. Colleen McNicholas, Cheif Medical Advisor of the St. Louis clinic, said:
“In the times when we had to comply with this regulation, I’m not sure who cried more — the physicians, the staff, the patients. We had patients apologizing to us.”
Even after injuring several women, and taking millions of lives, Planned Parenthood maintains their clinics provide “safe” care. Planned Parenthood wrote on their website in May of 2019:
“Missouri poised to be first state without access to safe, legal abortion since Roe v. Wade”
To read more about Planned Parenthood’s violations of human rights click here.
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