Media covering up the dangers of abortion

Friday, October 20, 2017
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

abortion clinic examination roomThe mainstream media is turning a deaf ear to information that women need to know if they are considering an abortion.

The hope of pro-life advocates is that women will explore alternatives to abortion and give their children a chance at life instead, but what is missing is information on the dangers of abortion, which the leftist media refuses to cover.

Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue points to stats that have surfaced in just the past couple of weeks.

“We've received reports of nine ambulances that have been called to abortion clinics in six different states …” Sullenger informed. “This is really an astounding number because we know for a fact that some of the injuries were life-threatening.”

In addition, there have been 51 documented incidents of ambulances transporting women from abortion clinics to hospitals so far this year nationwide, and, two-thirds of these involved Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, yet that information is not reported by the mainstream media.

“I think when the media actually ignores stories like this, what they do is they help place these women in danger – to be honest,” the pro-life activist shared. “Everyone deserves to know all of the facts before they make any kind of medical decision, but especially a decision that's going to take the life of an innocent child.”

The ambulance tallies reported by Operation Rescue are only the documented incidents. Many others are likely occurring and are not being reported.

In addition, women who experience serious complications often turn up in hospital emergency rooms on their own later, and those figures are simply not reported.

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