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By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow, May 29, 2019
The future of a St. Louis-based Planned Parenthood clinic is in the hands of a judge but pro-life activists have already reached a verdict about its reputation.
After states such as Alabama and Georgia have made national headlines recently for their restrictive abortion laws, Missouri is getting national attention because the state’s only abortion clinic could be closing its doors any day now.
That’s because The Show-Me State follows health and safety standards that must be followed and the clinic’s permit is set to expire Friday.
Kathy Forck, a Missouri-based pro-life activist, says the St. Louis clinic has kept EMT teams busy for years, mostly due to women hemorrhaging including some life-threatening 911 calls.
“Since 2009,” Forck tells OneNewsNow, “74 ambulances have shown up there and taken women away to the emergency room.”
In a recent period of approximately three weeks, ambulances transported three post-abortion women to hospitals.
Yet the strategy of Planned Parenthood is to assure women that it cares for them.
“To the women of Missouri,” the abortion giant’s president, Leana Wen, stated on Twitter, “know this: Planned Parenthood will not stand for it.”
Wen went on to claim that Planned Parenthood will “never abandon” women and will help them get the care they need.
“This place is not safe definitely for the children and definitely not for the mothers,” Forck responds. “We care about them. Also, we want them to be safe and the best way to do that would be if this place just lost their license to do this, and that’s what we’re praying for.”
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