Planned Parenthood Fights Back – With Mobile Abortion Clinics

Jonathan Weiss/

Planned Parenthood makes it sound as though they care about pregnant mothers. They say that they offer all sorts of advice on how to make the decision of keeping or aborting the baby. Yet, if you call most of the Planned Parenthood offices around the country, they’ll tell you of abortion – and nothing else.

With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the decision to allow abortion now falls into the states’ hands. The problem with that is Planned Parenthood is not finding itself welcome in many conservative states.

They’ve decided to fight back. No, they’re not going to be providing pamphlets or condoms or offering sage advice on how it’s possible to raise a child on a single income. Instead, they’re launching a variety of mobile abortion clinics.

They feel that it’s their duty to make it EVEN EASIER for mothers to murder their children before they have even exited the womb. How convenient.

What they’re doing borders on being illegal – but not quite.

Planned Parenthood has announced that they will be creating a mobile abortion clinic in the form of a 37-foot RV. It will stay in Illinois at all times, but it will travel as close to the border states as legally possible.

The reason? So that women living in states where the procedure has been banned will have the opportunity to abort without breaking the law. All they have to do is cross their state border to the open arms of the liberals who will happily murder a fetus without giving it a second thought.

Illinois, being the liberal breeding ground that it is, has chosen to continue to allow abortion across the state. Some of the neighboring states took a more conservative approach – including Missouri, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

According to Planned Parenthood, the abortion clinics that have been located on the Illinois side of the Midwest have been inundated with pregnant women. And leaders in the St. Louis Planned Parenthood Office have seen a 30% increase in patients seeking an abortion.

30% – let that sink in. Keep in mind that if Planned Parenthood did even half of what they say they do, it’d be convincing many women to keep their future bundles of joy and to seek support in the community. There are plenty of Christian-run organizations that help scared mothers to make decisions – including providing support for several months after the baby is born.

Solutions are out there that don’t involve murdering an unborn baby that already has a heartbeat and fingers and toes.

Still, Planned Parenthood is excited to unveil their death clinic…oops, abortion clinic. As the chief medical officer for Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis office, Dr. Colleen McNicholas explains, “The mobile abortion clinic is a way to reduce travel times and distances in order to meet patients at the Illinois border. This will make a dramatic impact on their access.

The 37-foot RV will be equipped with a waiting room, a lab, and two exam rooms. To start, it will provide medical abortions up to 11 weeks of gestation. It will then start providing surgical abortions (for when there’s an actual fetus to be removed) within the first few months of operating.

Planned Parenthood doesn’t want to talk to any women. They don’t want to find out the reason for not wanting to go through with the pregnancy. And they most certainly don’t care about the physical or mental aftereffects of abortion. They’ll perform the abortion and send women on their way.

The spokeswoman for the National Right of Life Committee, Laura Echevarria, refers to the mobile clinic as “another grotesque demeaning of human life.” It’s hard not to agree with her.