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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