Planned Parenthood has operated in Lancaster, Pennsylvania for several decades, where it helped women obtain birth control and test for STDs, but the abortion clinic has never terminated the lives of unborn babies there. That has now changed.
Alexis Sneller, of the Pennsylvania Family Institute, and who is a Lancaster resident, tells AFN the abortion giant just opened a new facility where it is offering chemical abortions.
“It's been very euphemistically referred to as medicine abortion but we know that the purpose of medicine is to heal,” she says. “And something that must, if successful, result in the end of a life, that is absolutely not medicine.”
The procedure can be done through telemedicine. So there is no ultrasound to determine the baby's level of formation and to determine if there is an ectopic pregnancy.
Sneller says Planned Parenthood was chased away from opening in Lancaster more than 20 years ago, when the community said it didn’t want a “culture of death” in the city.