Well, what do you know. Planned Parenthood is being forced to close locations due to a “lack of patients.”
In addition to Muncie and Terre Haute, the Valparaiso site will close July 21, according to the announcement; the Fishers location on July 26; Avon is closing August 30; and East Chicago will cease operations by December 15. The latter four sites are expected to merge with other PPINK locales “with extended hours,” whereas Muncie and Terre Haute will permanently close.
“While we would much prefer adding locations rather than reducing our number…
Yes, they want to add locations to abort more babies. As you can taste the bile in the back of your mouth, let’s continue…
“…we recognize that our patients will be better served if we introduce efficiencies that serve our mission best for the long term,” PPINK President Betty Cockrum stated. “As a nonprofit, we have a responsibility to our patients, our staff and our stakeholders to use our resources wisely.”
Cockrum attributed the closings to a dramatic drop in foot traffic through the abortion giant’s doors, WISH-TV8 reports, while also trying to maintain that Planned Parenthood is a necessary health care source for a certain segment of the population.
“It’s down from 107,000 patients at the very peak, a number of years ago to about 56,000 at this point,” said Cockrum.
Maybe it has to do with Indiana’s abortion bill banning Down syndrome and gender based abortions. You know, the one that Hillary Clinton wants overturned? So that women can continue to abort babies just because they’re “different”? Or not a boy? Or not a girl? Yeah that one.
Maybe it’s the videos exposing Planned Parenthood for what they are. Maybe it’s that people are simply becoming more decent, thinking “Hey! I don’t think I want to kill babies in record numbers anymore.” At this point, who knows?
Whatever the reasons, less abortions and less Planned Parenthoods are a cause to celebrate.