Earlier this year, Fred was endorsed by former Planned Parenthood CEO, Jill June, the mastermind behind webcam abortions.
The truth is…..webcam abortions, with no doctor physically present, are more profitable for the abortion chain and far more dangerous for women.
Who is Jill June?
Ms. June worked three decades as the CEO of Iowa’s Planned Parenthood.
During her tenure Planned Parenthood would see much growth and ultimately, much collapse. She retired in 2014.
But, about seven years prior to her retirement, while watching a crime scene type show, she had an idea. If doctors were beginning to use telemedicine options in rural America, couldn’t she utilize that technology in the abortion industry? After all, finding doctors who were willing to perform abortions was increasingly more difficult.
So what exactly is a webcam abortion?
A young woman goes into an Iowa Planned Parenthood where there is no doctor physically present. She consults a doctor only by webcam.
The doctor will then remotely activate a drawer that opens and provides the woman with two bottles of abortion pill drugs. The first set of pills, which starve the unborn baby, are taken by the woman in front of the webcam. She takes the other pills home to ingest, days later. These will expel the dead baby.
While there are several concerns related to webcam abortion, let’s highlight two:
With the woman speaking only over a webcam connection, there is no qualified medical personnel to physically examine the woman and rule out life-threatening risks, such as an ectopic pregnancy.
Secondly, there is no follow-up care for complications. If the abortion is incomplete and a woman at Planned Parenthood in Cedar Falls needs a follow-up surgical abortion, where does she go?
Planned Parenthood has never answered this.
Planned Parenthood wants women to believe that there will only be some discomfort with these chemical abortions. But here’s an excerpt from a blog by Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood manager, describing her own medication abortion. (WARNING: Graphic)
“...I knew I had to get up and wash the blood off of me. I stood up slowly and straightened out my body. As soon as I was completely upright, I felt a pain worse than any other I had experienced. I began to sweat again and felt faint. I grabbed on to the side of the shower wall to steady myself.
Then I felt a release...and a splash in the water that was draining beneath me. A blood clot the size of a lemon had fallen into my bath water. Was that my baby? I knew this huge clot was not going to go down the drain, so I reached down to pick it up. I was able to grasp the large clot with both hands and move it to the toilet.
I stood in the warm shower for a few minutes...feeling a little relief from the cramping. Then came the excruciating pain again. I jumped out of the shower and sat on the toilet. Another lemon sized blood clot. Then another. And another. I thought I was dying. This couldn’t be normal. Planned Parenthood didn’t ever tell me this could happen...”
Think Abby’s story is unique?
With nearly thirty Planned Parenthoods in Iowa by 2010*, Abby’s story can’t be unique. Statistically, it can’t be. Thousands of women, just like Abby, have been told by Planned Parenthood that it’s really no big deal. Then they went home to deal with the excessive bleeding and dead baby … alone.
They clearly don’t care for the physical and emotional well-being of Iowa women.
That’s the Wrong Way, Fred!
*Iowa’s Planned Parenthood has since closed twenty clinics, mostly in rural Iowa, between 2010-2017.