This summer, 40 Days for Life participants in Iztapalapa, Mexico City, noticed that their local abortion facility was closed for "remodeling."
That's one way to spin it.
In reality, public officials denied the abortion business permission to perform surgical procedures. To stay open even for minor medical consultations, the abortionist was required to renovate the building to remove its operating rooms.
The abortionist hoped that if he wasn't allowed to kill babies, at least the 40 Days for Life vigil would go away...
...but he was enraged to learn that pro-lifers are planning to move forward with the campaign as long as the facility intends to continue referring for abortions.
The staff called the police, but the officer sided with 40 Days for Life volunteers AND promised law enforcement protection during the September 27-November 5 campaign!
The Iztapalapa 40 Days for Life team members know their community's abortion facility is on the ropes because they are THERE.
Nobody knows more about what's going on at abortion facilities than 40 Days for Life participants.
Recently on The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we discussed seven things you learn when you stand vigil with your local 40 Days for Life vigil.
Get ready for this fall's campaign by watching or listening to the episode at: