Good News: Coronavirus Might Shut Down Some Abortion Clinics for Good
Coronavirus is an absolute tragedy. With, as of today, at least 220,000 confirmed infections and 8,800 dead worldwide and the toll rising daily, we should all pray the Lord ends it soon. But it’s not all bad news.
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose (Romans 8:28)
Some abortion clinics, already hanging onto a thread thanks to Donald Trump’s procedural changes regarding Title X funding, say they’re about to go under. Apparently coronavirus is bad for the abortion business.
According to the Huffington Post, a baby-assassin named Joe Nelson in Texas is under quarantine, unable to provide the deadly prcedure to murderous moms. And Nelson told HuffPo it might be the end of abortion at his murder-mill.
“Potentially, it could have a huge impact,” Nelson said.
He continued, “There are not that many doctors who provide abortion care in Texas. A lot of the doctors that do come in from out of state. In a situation where doctors are less likely to want to travel, if there’s no one to cover me, patients will have to wait.”
Even America’s fake clergy are concerned.
The “Very Rev. Katherine Hancook Ragsdale – president of the National Abortion Federation – said, “If a provider gets sick, that’s one fewer person to provide care. One or two people unable to show up can make the difference between a clinic being able to function or not.”
She added, “We worry that all health care resources are being channeled to non-elective procedures, and abortion tends to be classified as an elective procedure. We understand that abortion isn’t a stroke or a heart attack, and it can be scheduled out. But it can’t be scheduled out indefinitely.”
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