Today, we discussed whether or not abortion clinics should reopen its doors after we eradicate Covid-19. In places such as Oklahoma, Ohio, Texas, and even California, Planned Parenthood has been forced to close its doors as they have been deemed “non-essential” during the pandemic. The real question we are asking: why was abortion ever been considered essential before the pandemic?
As a result of social distancing and shelter in place orders given by city and state leaders, the economy has been drastically compromised and caused many to lose their jobs and shutter their businesses.
Experts say it is for the greater good. Pro-Abortion groups have swung back with full force preparing to sue states like Texas because they won’t make the evil process essential during this pandemic. Other states are experiencing the same resistance from the pro-choice activist.
Here’s some perspective:
Experts have estimated hundreds of thousands of deaths as a result of the coronavirus. That is considered a top health threat while, every year, Planned Parenthood aborts 600,000 to 1 million children.
Everyone wants to return to normal life, but if this pandemic has taught us anything is that abortion should stay non-essential. How can we go back to a world where killing a child up to 40 weeks gestation is considered essential?