Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night, stays the abortion business from the swift completion of their killing.
Steven Ertelt reports for LifeNews, Nov. 2, 2012, that a local abortion business in northern Virginia, Falls Church Healthcare [sic] Center, was flooded after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc. The abortion clinic in Falls Church, VA, serves the Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
But did a mere flood stop the abortion clinic from killing unborn?
Instead, the workers at the abortion clinic put towels on the floor and, just five hours after they had entered the dilapidated facility, managed to “perform” their first abortion since Sandy first struck!
So dedicated are the abortion workers, almost every staff member made it to the abortion center.
So determined to kill the human person living inside their wombs, half of the women who had scheduled abortions had their babies aborted on Monday and Tuesday, the two worst days of the storm.
In her article about the Falls Church abortion clinic, “Abortion Care Doesn’t Stop Because of Hurricanes,” Carol Joffe (photo left), a professor at the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health at the University of California, San Francisco, exults that the clinic’s workers “got in around 5:30 a.m.” to find “two inches of water in the surgery room, water on the carpets, two offices totally soaked, water leaking in from our large windows.” Undaunted, the staff “put out hundreds of towels and started mopping up,” and opened the clinic to business that morning at 10 a.m.!
Rose Codding (photo above), the director of the abortion clinic proudly told Carol Joffe that due to the “dedication” and efforts of her and her staff, the clinic did not close at all and “was able to see patients on both Monday and Tuesday, the days of the greatest disruption by Sandy in Virginia”! Of her staff of 11, all but two were able to make it to the clinic on those days, despite quite challenging driving conditions! Half of that day’s patients were able to reach the clinic on Monday and even more showed up on Tuesday! Sadly, those unable “to keep their appointments” were mainly women who depended on public transportation, which was suspended!
Here’s a pic of Falls Church “Healthcare” Center’s staff smiling, waving, and bidding their customers to “Come and See Us Soon!”
And to think there are those who take umbrage at the pro-aborts being called a Cult of Death. [snark]