Why are groups who primarily focus on abortion, terminating the life of babies in the womb who are at least half female, called “women’s health providers” or “women’s health advocates”? It’s like calling the funeral home a wellness clinic.
It’s like calling the funeral home a wellness clinic.
A collection of these groups have banded together to file a federal lawsuit to block parts of Texas’ new abortion law. Planned Parenthood, the Center for Reproductive Rights and the American Civil Liberties Union (always ready to trample of the civil liberties of the unborn) teamed up with the providers to sue Texas, filing their challenge Friday in Austin.
“The law requires doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, only allows abortions in surgical centers and bans the procedure after 20 weeks. It also limits medical abortions. The suit seeks an injunction blocking rules mandating surgical center admitting privileges and limiting medical abortions. Both provisions take effect Oct. 29,” according to an AP report.
Think about this: Abortion and population control groups which masquerade as health centers and medical providers to women, are in opposition to being treated as, well medical centers like all the other places that do invasive procedures.
“Judge, why do we need to spend the money for surgical safety when our aim is to destroy life to begin with?”
In a way this demonstrates the lie of these places being health centers. I can just hear the argument these folk would love to make, cutting through the B.S., if it weren’t such a public relations disaster: “Judge, why do we need to spend the money for surgical safety when our aim is to destroy life to begin with?”
That really is the root you know.