Planned Parenthood abortion Allie Linton has already made plans to continue having abortions if the US Supreme Court overthrows Roe v. Wade later this month.
The associate medical director of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Linton, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that she believes her abortion work helps women and plans to have abortions in Illinois if Wisconsin bans them.
“I consider providing abortion care to be one of the most important parts of my job,” Linton said.
Aborting unborn babies is not health care, and only 14 percent of OB-GYNs do abortions, according to a 2011 study in the journal “Obstetrics & Gynecology.” In addition, health data shows that nearly 99 percent of all abortions are for purely elective reasons, but Linton and other abortion activists insist their life-destroying work is necessary.
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She told the paper she recently renewed her medical license to practice in Illinois so she can continue to have abortions if Roe is destroyed.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, Wisconsin is one of about 26 states likely to protect unborn babies by banning abortions if the Supreme Court allows it. A pre-Roe state law criminalizing abortion would go back into effect if the ruling is overturned.
Here’s more from the report:
There are so many medical reasons why patients may need an abortion, Linton said. Linton trained in Illinois and recently renewed her license to practice there. She will join a group of doctors and nurses who plan to commute across the border to practice, many at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Waukegan.
The predicted flow of patients to Illinois, where state laws legalizing abortion would create a haven for those who can afford to travel for the procedure, means clinics across the border are looking for staff of all levels.
Some Planned Parenthood staff in Wisconsin have already scheduled training events at sister facilities in Illinois, and others will become “patient navigators,” meaning they’ll help women from Wisconsin plan and raise funding to travel to other states to care for their unborn babies. To have an abortion, the newspaper said. Reports.
Abortion chain leaders are also considering purchasing a bus to transport women across the border, the report continues.
Ahead of the Supreme Court ruling, Planned Parenthood recently announced that it would stop scheduling abortions in Wisconsin from Saturday, June 25.
While abortionists get a lot of news, many doctors are vocal against abortion because they know that every pregnancy involves two patients and that both deserve medical care.
“In the nearly 50 years since the court erroneously ruled on Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, medical science has progressed significantly and increasingly supported the pro-life position,” they wrote. “It is time for our country’s law to catch up with advances in medical science and support the human rights of all our patients.”
Since Roe in 1973, more than 63 million unborn babies and hundreds of mothers have died in supposedly “safe” legal abortions. The infamous ruling power forces state to legalize abortions for any reason until they are viable and allows abortions for any reason up to birth.