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Planned Parenthood Built Secret Abortion ‘Mega-Facility’ in Illinois Using ‘Shell Company’

Planned Parenthood Built Secret Abortion ‘Mega-Facility’ in Illinois Using ‘Shell Company’

“Planned Parenthood has used a shell company to construct the facility, leaving no public trace that the former medical office would become one of the largest abortion clinics in the country.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ontOQ_6fd5s

Missouri has one clinic left that provides abortions, which has left the abortion fanatics up in arms.

No need to fear! Planned Parenthood is here! The infanticide giant announced the opening of a “mega-facility” just 13 miles away from Missouri’s last abortion clinic in St. Louis.

Nothing creepy about this story at all! You know, besides the murder of unborn human beings (emphasis mine):

Since August 2018, Planned Parenthood has used a shell company to construct the facility, leaving no public trace that the former medical office would become one of the largest abortion clinics in the country. CBS News first visited the site in August, while it was still being built.

Colleen McNicholas, the chief medical officer of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri, said the facility was built in secret to avoid protestors and delays. Other Planned Parenthood projects had run into problems once the public realized the construction was for an abortion provider. In one instance, a communications company had refused to install telephone and data lines; in another, a cabinet maker never delivered an order, McNicholas said. In Birmingham, Alabama, protestors targeted Planned Parenthood’s suppliers, flooding their social media accounts with fake negative reviews.

The way McNichols, and the left overall, twists or removes words when talking about abortion disturbs me.

For instance, McNichols told CBS that Planned Parenthood was “really intentional and thoughtful about making sure that” they completed this project as fast as they could since they “saw the writing on the wall – patients need better access.”

Translation: We saw that Missouri is doing everything it can to preserve everyone’s right to life starting in the womb so we jumped in to prevent that right.

Here’s how awful Missouri treats infanticide:

Since 2018, a lone Planned Parenthood has been the state’s only legal abortion clinic, pushing some women to spend hours crossing the state to obtain the procedure. In May, that clinic was nearly forced to stop providing abortions when the state’s health department refused to renew its license, a story first reported by CBS News. For months, a string of preliminary injunctions has allowed the clinic to continue operating.

Besides having just one clinic in their state, Missouri women face some of the country’s most restrictive laws when seeking an abortion. Prior to receiving an abortion, patients are required to undergo state-mandated counseling where they receive anti-abortion literature. After that, they’re forced to wait at least 72 hours before they can have their abortion.

God forbid a woman puts some thought into her choice that not only ends the life of an unborn human being but will also affect the woman for the rest of her life.

Illinois is not only the most corrupt state in the union but one that loves infanticide. Lawmakers passed the “Reproductive Health Act” earlier this year, which made abortion “a fundamental right.”

The state’s openness to abortion has led to women traveling to the state:

Since 2017, the number of women crossing the border into Illinois for an abortion has doubled, according to data compiled by the Associated Press.

Providers near the border have seen those increases firsthand. At The Hope Clinic, a Granite City, Illinois-based abortion provider about 10-miles away from St. Louis, about 55% of patients seeking abortions are from Missouri, according to the clinic’s deputy director Alison Dreith. On a recent day at Planned Parenthood’s existing facility in Belleville, Illinois, just two miles from Planned Parenthood’s new facility, every patient was from Missouri, something that Jessica Herbert, a provider at the clinic, said is typical.

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Now why would they do that???

    legacyrepublican in reply to mailman. | October 3, 2019 at 11:32 am

    Because they didn’t want everyone to know that they were building the best slaughterhouse on the planet until it was too late.

      No, Slaughterhouses have strict regulations on cruelty and cleanliness. This new clinic can be a sty using rusty coathangers.

      What is not highlighted is the last Missouri clinic is being closed because it doesn’t meet MEDICAL requirements to be licensed. Right now it is unlicensed but kept open by a Judge. But hey, who needs a medical clinic to be clean and sterile, insure their equipment is clean and working, and have trained, licensed personnel with a backup plan if something goes wrong.

        legacyrepublican in reply to tz. | October 3, 2019 at 12:40 pm

        Thank you for the correction. Then let me rewrite my response to mailman.

        Because they didn’t want everyone to know that they were building the most evil stench filled slaughterhouse like clinic generating bloody mounds of filthy lucre that so called healers were rapturously rolling in until it was too late.

        Better?

So how many of those crossing the border are minority women?

    Manyburgers in reply to Pasadena Phil. | October 3, 2019 at 11:49 am

    A percentage that exceeds any comparable finding of disparate impact

    It’s in Granite City which is right next to East St. Louis. These are some of the poorest, blackest cities in the US.

    So this fits right in with Planned Parenthood’s roots in eugenics.

    Ain’t Progressivism grand?

The wicked solution progresses under a cloak of privacy, behind ethically and legally impenetrable walls. Applying Occam’s scalpel leads us to conclude that there are less “good” Americans than the industry and activists have claimed.

This is one place where the cancel culture rightly preceeded the Twitter SJW mobs.

Most businesses would refuse to knowingly deal with a death KKKlinic.

As I noted in an early reply, PP’s Problem is that Missouri requires medical clinics to be licensed after showing they aren’t pig stys using rusty coat-hangers, but that is a terrible “restricton on a woman’s reproductive rights”.

I lost my son back in 1995. And the female abortion enthusiasts say I am not now entitled to have an opinion because I don’t have ovaries.

Sorry to come across as crude. Sorry to be crude. But I claim the right to have an opinion. And my opinion is, was, I wanted my child to live.

Decade after decade we spend ridiculously to “educate” our children about sex and reproduction. Sounds like they only teach the sex part and nothing about it being for reproduction.

Antifa is not the only group that knows how to surround a building.
This one would be easy to block access to.

That is one ugly building. It looks like an abandoned gas station. They must have hired Marshal Tito Architects.

2smartforlibs | October 3, 2019 at 1:01 pm

This isnt going ot stop until Soros is.

There’s lots of abortion support on the right; you’ll get them voting on the left.

Some things I noticed:
-PP got the absolute most positive reporter they could imagine to do this interview. If I didn’t know better, I’d say they were a bought and paid-for member of PP, but that would be foolish, right?

-I have no idea why a community might object to having an abortion mill set up shop in their area, dragging an endless stream of poor minority women through the area just to terminate their pregnancies and right back out again, right?

-The setup for the building seemed very ‘Big Brother’ with a minimum of four security cameras that I could see right there from the front, a covered walkway allowing a bus to pull right up to the entrance, etc… I could not tell for certain, but I’d bet money that first floor glass is all bullet-proof, and that the employee parking is gated and fenced.

-Anybody want to take bets that PP starts a free bus service from St. Louis to here?

A few points to ponder

1) it is normal business practice to have a separate legal entity own the real estate and a different legal entity to own the operating business.

2) This is very common in every type of business.

3) planned parenthood is a non profit 501(c)(3). As a non profit organization, the non-profit can not pay for services, rents, etc above the market rates. The are other prohibitions when the payments are made to officers and key empployees of the organization and other related parties.

4) I would suspect that the payments to the “owners” of the real estate would likely cross the line of prohibited transactions.

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to Joe-dallas. | October 4, 2019 at 9:22 am

    (1) But it is not “normal business practice” for a corporation to establish a wholly controlled shell corporation for the express purpose of deceiving suppliers and other contracted construction companies as to the ultimate purpose of the building to avoid controversy and possible difficulty in completing the project.

    (2) No, this deceptive practice is not common in every type of business. Seems to only be common in the abortion industry to deceive suppliers and other contractors in an attempt to avoid controversy and problems.

    (3) But it wasn’t Planned Parenthood that built the abortion facility. It was the shell corporation that was under the control of Planned Parenthood that built it. So presumably, now that construction has been completed on this abortion facility this shell corporation will “donate” the building to Planned Parenthood lock, stock and barrel so that no rent, services or otherwise need be paid by Planned Parenthood.

    (4) Planned Parenthood is the controlling entity behind the shell corporation and therefore Planned Parenthood is the “owner” of both the facility and real estate. No prohibited transactions need be made at any point.

I guess baby killers gotta baby kill.

We had this happen in the town right next to us. Upscale, upper income, three blocks from the high school. PP completely caught the town off guard, they used a shell corporation. People are still livid, protestors out there, a year later.
I hate Illinois.

aside from the murder of kids aspect.
who was the architect for the building? that has to be one of the worst (read ugly) designs i’ve ever seen.

“Besides having just one clinic in their state, Missouri women face some of the country’s most restrictive laws when seeking an abortion.”

Let’s rewrite this a bit in terms familiar from another hot button issue…

Me: In this day and age, surely no one needs access to such high-capacity “service” providers. And we desperately need to close the Pharmacy Distributor Loophole. Anyone at all can just walk into a pharmacy and buy an RU-486 without any background check at all. A 7-day waiting period before purchasing such a deadly “service” is perfectly reasonable. I don’t see why we can’t all sit down and agree on this sort of perfectly reasonable, common-sense laws. No one could object, surely?

They: HOW DARE YOU TRY TO RESTRICT MY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS!! My right to “services” shall not be infringed. It’s written down right there in gray and grayer in the shadow of that penumbra.

Eugenics can be a messy business.

I seem to remember an essay by Samuel Johnson on selling newborns for food. “A Modest Proposal For preventing the Children of Poor People From being a Burthen to Their Parents or Country, and For making them Beneficial to the Publick”

PP went for the spare parts market… the human equivalent of a “chop shop”.

In the end, this might not be so bad. Not many conservatives get abortions.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | October 3, 2019 at 10:33 pm

Oh my! It even has a drive through.

I am not a tough guy. I can introduce you to tough guys.

http://www.mcpspub.com/

Any day of the week we can walk into McP’s and you can meet a dozen guys who can absolutely destroy me. Because that’s where the SEALs hang out.

Maybe I am kind of tough. Because I learned at a young age that talking doesn’t do any good. The only talking I did, after I worked things out, was, “Are you ready?” I might lose. But I was ready.

I come from good stock. I used to enjoy going home and visiting my grand mother when I was able to get leave. She would tell me, “They can’t kill me.” She lived to just over 100 years.

I still enjoy going home.

We Navy types use to laugh at our Green Beret friend. Who used to expound on the IR signature of our Navy whites.

https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/support/uniforms/uniformregulations/chapter3/MaleOfficer/MO_ServiceDress/Pages/ServiceDressWhite.aspx

We were like, “If we are ever stupid enough to run around in a jungle wearing the white uniform, please shoot us.”

We had more than one Green Beret or Ranger type as friends. But only one seemed to not get the idea we are not walking into a jungle wearing our whites.

Here’s the thing about camo. When you fall into the water they can’t find you. And you want to be found.

I know this is going to come across as big, empty talk.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=97&v=yGvmuFu5zb4

Gordon Lightfoot – The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald ( Lyrics )

I’ve been terrified of the ocean after I witnessed the Pacific crush in the bow of the USS Carl Vinson. That is some thick steel. The Pacific crushed it. Now I live in North Texas. About as far as I can get away from the ocean.

But if it was going to take me to push back out to sea to defend the country I would do it.

I can’t find a news story about how the Pacific hurt the Carl Vinson. And I how I got to spend two memorable weeks in the Philippines while she was being repaired. So feel free to not believe me.

https://picryl.com/media/water-crashes-over-the-bow-of-the-us-navy-usn-nimitz-class-aircraft-carrier-c451ce?zoom=true

That deck is 80 feet above the waterline.

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