Recent activity at a Planned Parenthood affiliate is being cited as an example that the abortion-provider continues to honor its founder's philosophy and agenda.
Last weekend, an ambulance was summoned to the Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood in New York City for a woman who suffered complications post-abortion and had to be transported to a hospital emergency room. Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue tells OneNewsNow that the ambulance crew arrived at the facility on Margaret Sanger Square with lights flashing – but no siren. She finds that irresponsible, as it delays emergency care for those in need.
"We think this is wrong – it actually slows down responses and it endangers women," the pro-lifer says. "... This is such a terrible situation that one state, Missouri, has even passed a law that says that abortion clinic workers can no longer ask for ambulances to run with no lights and no sirens."
In the New York incident, the young black woman – who walked out of the clinic on her own before climbing into the ambulance – was hospitalized for emergency treatment. That, says Sullenger, fits the business model of Planned Parenthood to target minorities for abortions.
"It may be no accident that their founder Margaret Sanger, who this particular abortion clinic is named for actually, was a racist herself and wanted to 'weed out' the minority populations because she considered them to be inferior," she points out.
It's a known fact that the majority of abortion clinics, including Planned Parenthoods, are located in areas heavily populated by minorities.