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Just four months after the Supreme Court corrected its deadly error...
...Planned Parenthood still hasn't found a coherent strategy for the post-Roe world.
Its latest gimmick is an Illinois-based abortion-providing RV that will drive to the borders of neighboring pro-life states to kill unborn babies.
On this week's episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we cut through the hype to give you the facts and highlight the problems of this shady abortion plan:
In this episode, we also revisit some of Planned Parenthood's other gimmicks, including:
- Where are all the women who died after being denied access to abortion?
- Where are all the women investigated and arrested for having miscarriages?
- Where are all the women who used their employee benefits package to travel out of state for abortions?
If you missed it, check out my recent video on abortion RVs:
Perhaps Planned Parenthood thinks it can imitate the success of lifesaving mobile pregnancy help centers. But there's a key difference: Women are eager to meet their babies over the ultrasound machine and learn about material, health care, educational, and other resources.
But nobody wants to have an invasive and deadly surgery in the back of a van.
Even though abortion is now illegal in Texas, the Austin campaign has successfully turned away at least FIVE clients from the abortion industry this campaign!
The impact is clearly wearing on the abortion facility. When a couple stopped to talk with sidewalk counselors about free resources, an abortion worker angrily yelled at them to come inside. (The abortion facility had offered a discounted sonogram at $100.)
Unsurprisingly, the couple opted to go to the pro-life clinic. Later, a sign admonishing clients to ignore "protesters" appeared.
Mary Anne in Lancaster was delighted when Bob called a local church asking to get involved in the local 40 Days for Life campaign.
"He's a 77-year-young retired Marine who is blind," Mary Anne said. "He is passionate about changing the culture through prayer and saving lives through peaceful vigil."
Bob now joins the vigil weekly. "Semper fi!" Mary Anne added.
You have heard it was said, "You shall love your neighbor, and hate your enemy." But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you.
Heavenly Father, may we reflect your character of grace and kindness to those who hate us and curse us. Guard our hearts and our tongues as we respond in love to words and actions meant to rile us or cause us harm. Let others see the hope that is Christ in all we say and do.