As of April 29, 2013, Planned Parenthood of Delaware has temporarily closed its doors. It seems that Ruth Lytle-Barnaby, the clinic’s new CEO, should not have been so “confident in the high quality of care at the office.”
As reported previously at Live Action News, Planned Parenthood of Delaware has been riddled with problems in 2013. Multiple 911 calls for injured women and botched abortions were made in a very short period of time. Two nurses quit, telling an ABC News affiliate of the horrific conditions at the clinic:
a ‘meat-market style of assembly-line abortions where the abortionist refused to wear gloves, surgical instruments were reused without being cleaned, and “bloody drainage” remained on abortion tables between procedures, exposing women to blood-borne diseases.’
Despite endangering the lives of women, exposing them to disease and filth, committing apparent medical malpractice, and – of course – killing babies in unspeakable ways, this clinic also had the audacity to advertise itself as a training ground for future abortionists. The public is left to wonder what exactly Planned Parenthood’s “high quality of care” involves.
Planned Parenthood is now left to clean up the bloody mess it has created, if indeed it can. With news circuits reporting on the Gosnell trial and Live Action’s latest investigations into abortion clinics’ treatment of babies born alive after attempted abortions (many kill them or leave them to die), the abortion industry isn’t exactly doing well. Problems abound – as well they should in any industry dedicated to death.
Many problems remain hidden – yet to be exposed. But many things are becoming abundantly clear:
- When the most innocent, helpless humans are targeted for killing, little respect for other human life remains.
- When money is the bottom line, women suffer forced abortions.
- When corruption is rampant, horrors abound.
- When a “standard of care” involves intentional killing, “care” is stripped of all meaning. Women and children are thrown to the wayside and literally, are left to die or suffer great injury.
- When a corrupt, death-centered industry is allowed to be its own inspector, conditions will only worsen and crimes will be committed.
- The corruption, filth, and horrific conditions of the abortion industry may close itself down faster than pro-life laws.
Most likely, Planned Parenthood of Delaware will attempt to reopen its doors. (For now, Delaware is the first state in the nation to be free of a surgical abortion facility.) But if it chooses to do so, it must be faced with closer scrutiny.
Around the nation, state governments and the public are learning a hard lesson: abortion clinics cannot be left alone. They must be regulated. They must be inspected. They must be investigated. They must be held to strict standards.
And since clinics that are centered on death can never quite escape filth, horror, and corruption, they must be shut down – permanently.