The Planned Parenthood in St. Louis, MO has been called the most dangerous abortion facility in America. Since 2009, seventy-four ambulances have visited the facility due to confirmed medical emergencies.
After yesterday, the grand total is now 75. Coalition for Life St. Louis reported:
Yesterday afternoon, Coalition for Life sidewalk counselors observed the 75th ambulance since 2009 called to help a woman injured inside the Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Forest Park Avenue.
Flashing lights lit up the gray day, and sirens cleared traffic for the St. Louis Fire Department that arrived at 1:26 pm Thursday afternoon in front of Planned Parenthood. The emergency response team was inside for 15 minutes when an ambulance arrived to join them in their work. As it neared the building from the east, the ambulance quieted its emergency sirens and darkened its lights.
Both teams worked together inside for about 5 minutes before the fire department left the patient in the hands of the ambulance crew. When they brought the patient out, she appeared conscious, propped up at an angle and covering her eyes.
This Facility is Operating Without a License
Not only is the St. Louis Planned Parenthood hurting women at an unprecedented rate. They’re doing so without a license to commit abortions. The facility maintains poor health conditions, failed their health inspection, and the state took steps to shut them down because of it.
But an activist judge came to Planned Parenthood’s rescue, saying it’s fine for the facility to keep maiming people unlicensed. Fortunately for the pink abortion giant, they have their claws in the right people.
A summary of the tale of the St. Louis Planned Parenthood:
- They have sent 81 women by ambulance to the hospital following botched abortions in the last ten years.
- 75 of these were confirmed medical emergencies.
- Ambulance drivers who come to rescue the abortion victims are instructed by Planned Parenthood to ride with lights and sirens off, so as not to alert anyone that they’re hurting people.
- They failed basic health inspections, with officials noting unsafe conditions.
- They were given reasonable changes to make in a reasonable amount of time.
- They refused to comply.
- Their abortionists refused to come forward and explain why their patients keep leaving in ambulances, and the court said, “That’s okay, it’s too hard for you to travel three miles to the courthouse.”
- We rallied in support of this facility’s closure, with a huge turnout.
- The refusal to comply resulted in the revoking of their license.
- An activist judge decided that abortion facilities are above the law, women’s safety doesn’t matter because abortion comes first, and they can continue operating as is.