Five Abortion Clinics Close in Massachusetts
All the abortion clinics in the Cape Cod area of Massachusetts have closed.
NARAL Pro Choice America said it’s because of the pro-life movement has cast a negative light on abortion. Pro-life advocates say that’s only half-right.
Ann Fox, president of Massachusetts Citizens for Life, said most of the stigma is within the medical community.
“It’s not interesting, it’s not life-saving,” she said, “it’s not any of the things that doctors go into medicine for.”
Dr. Patty Giebink was an abortionist for Planned Parenthood in the 1990s, but had a change of heart. She’s now a strong voice for life.
“The people who are still doing abortions, many of them are lying and are in it for the money,” she said. “They don’t care about women.”
She noted the reasons people are pro-abortion are coming apart at the seams.
In the past several months, Planned Parenthood has announced the closing of several abortion clinics, including six in El Paso, Texas, and another six in Indiana.
Here’s how it works, folks. We can gauge how the battle is going when we consult the “hip barometer”. That is, when it’s hip to advocate for a particular moral or social position, it means you are making advances in the culture war.
People who oppose abortion are now being seen as hip.
And when your position becomes hip, you gather momentum. And when you gather momentum, your opponent tries totalitarian tactics to stop that momentum, which only shows them up for what they really are.
Abortion, as a political movement, is falling apart.