The taxpayer-funded abortion giant is reportedly gearing up to launch what Breitbart News' John Nolte describes as "a mobile baby-killing machine." The first abortion clinic on wheels is set to appear in Southern Illinois to attract pregnant women from nearby conservative states like Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky.
"Our goal is to reduce the hundreds of miles that people are having to travel now in order to access care ... and meet them where they are," announced Yamelsie Rodriquez, president of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri to NPR. (Related: Remember when Planned Parenthood admitted guilt in illegally trafficking aborted baby body parts for cash?)
Later this year, the southern Illinois clinic will begin offering consultations and dispensing baby murder pharmaceutical pills to women. If successful, Planned Parenthood will launch more mobile abortion clinics in other key locations across the country.
Planned Parenthood likes to pretend as though it simply wants to help women in need, but let us face it: the abortion mill is about money and profit. Abortion is big business, especially when the government subsidizes it.
The overturning of Roe v. Wade has massively cut into Planned Parenthood's profit streams in nearly half the country. Rather than take a step back and reconsider the nature of its business, the abortion mill is instead strategizing new ways to bring abortion to women with mobile clinics.
"They see a profit in this," Nolte writes. "Millions and millions in profit. This death cult isn't just a death cult; it's a lucrative death cult to the tune of $1.6 billion in revenue per year."
Planned Parenthood also loves to claim that "only three percent" of its services involve abortion, but this is also a lie. If that were true, then why is Planned Parenthood in a tizzy over the loss of legal abortion in many Republican-led states?
"If baby-butchering was only three percent, Planned Parenthood could easily set up abortion-free Planned Parenthood clinics in states that have outlawed the unnecessary obscenity of elective abortions," Nolte says.
"But Planned Parenthood doesn't. In fact, Planned Parenthood exits states that cut taxpayer funding for abortion clinics. In other words, rather than stop performing abortions, these baby killers would prefer to close altogether. But-but-but you told me abortion only makes up three percent of your services?"
According to Nolte, Planned Parenthood has absolutely nothing to do with health care. It is just a "lucrative and racist death cult," he says, that is willing to "drive ... infanticide machines right to your door."
"The concept of abortion as birth control is so twisted," one commenter wrote about the situation.
"Planned Parenthood is an oxymoron since the object is NOT to be a parent," responded another. "Planned Dis-Parenthood?"
Another asked what, exactly, Planned Parenthood is doing to help mothers plan to be parents, if that is truly why the entity exists?
"It's not about autonomy over a woman's life; it's about protecting unborn human life within said woman's body," noted another commenter about how pro-lifers aim not to interfere with women's health but instead seek to protect the lives of innocent babies.
"Abortion wasn't supposed to be used as birth control when it was introduced to our Country in 1972," said another. "It was supposed to be done rarely."
The latest news about Planned Parenthood can be found at Evil.news.
Sources for this article include: