Put this under the category of stories that make us smile. A Planned Parenthood in Michigan was recently tossed out of its sweetheart deal with Muskegon County.
According to Mlive.com, “Patients of Muskegon County’s former Planned Parenthood clinic are having a difficult time finding new family planning and low-cost healthcare services in its absence, according to residents and Muskegon County officials.”
Of course, even if this specific Planned Parenthood, which used to be located in the Muskegon County Public Health building, at a sweetheart rate of $1500 a year, does not commit abortions, they feed patients into their abortion model. After all, about 50% of women who have abortions were using contraception when they became pregnant, so getting clients in the door using birth control is Planned Parenthood’s first step in their plan to force abortions onto more women.
Planned Parenthood was asked to leave the building it shared with the Muskegon County Health Dept. back in April. Now, the search to find a new home to continue to provide services to Muskegon residents is on! But, it's come with some challenges. Find out what tonight on @FOX17 pic.twitter.com/OmEIdK5OcM
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Planned Parenthood is sounding the alarms, saying that because they have been removed from their taxpayer-subsidized space that women and families will now suffer. Except they were removed so that the County could provide its own health services. “County officials said the health department needs the space to expand its own STD/HIV testing facility and for an immunization clinic. Health department officials now say they may apply to provide the services that had been provided by Planned Parenthood.”
Critics of the ouster say that people in the area don’t have options without Planned Parenthood. Except, like 99% of the things Planned Parenthood and their lackeys say, it’s not true. The article notes that the public director pointed out that there are at least two other low-cost options in the county. According to the state of Michigan’s website, there are at least ten Federally-qualified health centers in Muskegon County alone.
In the Spring, the county sent Planned Parenthood packing. Supporters of the move said, “You have the responsibility for the use of our buildings and our tax dollars. I’m opposed to Planned Parenthood using county property and confusing people that this agency is somehow connected with our county health department” while others noted that the low-rent deal had hurt taxpayers, with one former county employee seeming to say she had been forced into early retirement due to fiscal problems according to an April article in Mlive.com.