More Deceit By Planned Parenthood Is Delaying Help For Women

We all know of the horrors that Planned Parenthood tries to cover up under the guise of “healthcare” for women.

The millions of innocent lives lost and the lifelong emotional trauma that abortion causes for women are just the tip of the iceberg.

There are also serious health consequences for many women who enter these clinics, and it should come as no surprise that there’s a plan to cover it up.

Dozens of calls have been made to emergency services in recent months from Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinics nationwide.

In June of 2019, a 21-year-old woman went into a Providence, Rhode Island Planned Parenthood for an abortion, and left in serious condition in an ambulance.

She had a life-threatening perforated uterus.

In September, a 22-year-old started hemorrhaging after undergoing a late-term abortion at 24 weeks at a Cherry Hill, New Jersey clinic.

When the ambulance asked for a room number for the patient, a clinic employee commented, “Uh, no, just the back of the parking lot. That’s where we usually meet EMS, so we’ll have the door open for them,” according to Abortion 911, a site that tracks emergency calls to abortion centers.

It was apparently a common occurrence at this particular clinic.

And just this month, three women within a week had to be transported by ambulance to New York City hospitals after suffering serious complications at the Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood clinic.

But just last week in Baltimore, Maryland, a Planned Parenthood clinic took a different approach to calling for help when a patient suffered complications.

Instead of directly calling 911, the employee called a third-party relay center – something that is becoming commonplace in Planned Parenthood clinics across the country.

These relay centers are supposed to help alleviate delays in response time in an all-too-often overloaded 911 system.

But instead, crucial information can be lost or miscommunicated, as was the case in Baltimore.

The Planned Parenthood employee gave the relay center an incorrect address, delaying their ability to have an ambulance respond.  

In the end, the relay center put the patient on the phone directly with 911 – after vital time was lost.

It’s not just the danger of lost time or miscommunication when using a “middle man” while calling for emergency services.

It also appears that Planned Parenthood has found a perfectly legal way to stay under the radar in regard to the high number of medical emergencies that occur at their clinics.

When a clinic – or any citizen, business, or medical facility — calls 911, there is a documented trail of calls.  

They are recorded, written transcripts are created, and this information is public record.

But by using Internet-based relay centers, clinics can avoid creating a public record because they are private businesses not subject to laws that provide public access to open records.

It is clear that Planned Parenthood continues to deceive the public with its claims that abortion is “safe,” and that they provide actual medical care.

The number of calls to 911 from these clinics nationwide is staggering – and who knows how many more calls for help are being placed by using these third-party relay centers.

In a serious medical emergency — for example, when a woman is hemorrhaging – minutes can mean the difference between life and death.

Minutes that are lost when 911 dispatchers are not called directly, all so that these slaughterhouses can hide the true dangers of what they are doing.

Planned Parenthood will continue to deceive the public about their true purpose, and by using these relay centers to avoid creating a record, will also continue to threaten women’s lives through the evil of abortion.

What do you think of the use of third-party centers by these clinics instead of directly calling 911?  Leave us your thoughts.

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