Big Abortion is heading to an Indiana federal court to fight a new law that would force them to reveal any medical complications that take place inside their clinics.
Our question is, what are they hiding?
Sources report the new Indiana law requires medical centers that treat women to report complications from abortion procedures, as well as report detailed patient information to the state. A separate provision also requires annual inspections of abortion clinics.
Under the new law, which is set to take effect in July, abortion providers would be required to report a broad range of complications, including the emotional and psychological trauma that might occur years after an abortion, and could face a $1,000 fine for failing to comply.
Predictably, Planned Parenthood is suing over the law as they feel it’s “unconstitutional” and “burdensome.”
That’s right, the same Big Abortion that rakes in hundreds of millions in tax dollar support and outrageous profits in blood money every year. The same folks we told you are trying to silence pro-life advocates from educating mothers in crisis about alternatives to abortion. The same ones that championed abortion-friendly laws that we’re fighting because they force pro-life pregnancy centers to promote free taxpayer funded abortions. They don’t want the “burden” of having to disclose what really happens in their clinics when a woman gets an abortion.
Apparently a half-a-billion in free tax dollars every year doesn’t entitle the American people to know the truth. After all, these are the people who were exposed for selling aborted baby organs and body parts – even adapting their procedures to preserve the bodies for sale. Imagine what other atrocities transparency and regular inspections might uncover.
This isn’t the first time Planned Parenthood has sued the state of Indiana to uphold their right to kill without regulation. We previously reported on their suit over a new law signed by Vice President Pence when he was governor that prohibits abortion in the early stages of a pregnancy based on genetic abnormalities that could result in Down syndrome or other disabilities.
Big Abortion has zero compunction about what lives it takes, even the differently abled, who could otherwise live happy, productive lives. It also has no issues with who it targets as future customers. It recently took a major hit in the early termination of an Obama-era grant program it used to target young adults and teens with pro-abortion propaganda (though it scored an early victory in court as it tries to claw back this funding). Now it wants to indoctrinate young children. We just told you about one of its centers tweeting that they need a “Disney princess who’s had an abortion.” It’s sickening.
Enough is enough. This law will shine a light on their ghoulish practices, but it’s only the start.
Big Abortion is flailing right now. It will try anything to keep its deadly empire from crumbling. Planned Parenthood is under investigation by the Department of Justice. It’s losing its CEO, who presided over its most profitable era, and the murders of more than 3.5 million babies in her 12 year tenure. It’s desperate.
This may be the best opportunity we’ve ever had to stop them.
We’re in federal courts all across this country fighting Big Abortion at every turn. We've taken on more than half a dozen massive pro-life cases, each of which could end up at the Supreme Court. We have a chance to cripple Big Abortion, cut their funding, and save countless innocent babies.
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