Men and women of the cloth in Ft. Worth, Texas, may not know the history of the abortion chain they have blessed.
The clinic, owned by Whole Woman's Health, hosted a group of pastors from several different denominations to bless the clinic, its staff, and patients using the facility to terminate the lives of their pre-born babies.
OneNewsNow spoke with Kyleen Wright of Texans for Life Coalition, who says it was a real photo-op for the pro-abortion secular press.
"What maybe people don't realize is this particular chain, Whole Woman's, has a history of really trying to change the narrative and to present themselves as some sort of holistic group of women,” Wright says.
She adds that Whole Woman’s Health pretends to care about women, but nothing could be further from the truth.
Whole Woman's Health has repeatedly been cited by the state for unhealthy conditions in some of its abortuaries and filed the successful lawsuit overturning part of Texas' abortion clinic regulations.
Wright indicates that in reality, Whole Woman’s Health is the poster child for the need for the regulations.
Wright believes it is a tragedy that pastors or any church leaders would bless a facility with the express purpose of ending the lives of innocent children.
"We have a lot of empirical data and a lot of anecdotal data that abortion hurts women,” Wright concludes