Woman Butchered at Hope Clinic in Granite City, Illinois
April 26, 2014
by Angela Michael
SAFE, LEGAL, RARE?? Abortion motto.
Here we go again, another pregnant woman butchered
at the hands of those entrusted to provide safe, legal abortions.
Ambulances do not pull up to the front doors of this late-term
abortion slaughterhouse in Granite City Illinois; instead, the
butcherette brigade marches women covered in sheets over to the hospital
nearby via wheelchairs, all the while calling us liars when they are
confronted with the truth that yet another butchered woman was leaving
this abortion mill. It is so convenient to have a collaborator hospital
at your fingertips, isn’t it? Unfortunately, Hope Clinic
employees bypass the emergency room and haul bleeding mothers up to the
third floor of Gateway Regional Hospital, where they are admitted and
prepped for emergency surgery to save their lives.
We realized that something had gone astray inside the meat
market when Tamara Threlkeld, the slaughterhouse director, was flying
into the abortion mill garage. She is usually off on
Saturdays. Half an hour later, workers were rushing out
with a Missouri woman who had been there the day before to start her
late-term abortion. She was very pale, holding up her head with one arm,
and looked bad. Her driver was carrying her purse. “Another
butchered woman, huh Tamara? Is
this what you call healthcare?"
The death camp director of Hope Clinic started yelling back at
all the witnesses. “You
don’t know what you’re
talking about, you’re all liars!" We responded, “If
nothing is wrong with her, why doesn’t she simply walk across the street? Why is she covered in sheets? If you gave
her good healthcare,
why are you rushing her across the street into the hospital?! We know a botched
abortion when we see one, Tammy. You can’t cover up the truth.”
“Shut up, Angela,
my name is not Tammy, it’s Tamara,” the deathcamp director
replied. She is more worried about her name than her patient...sad.
know you killed the baby, but you better pray this mother survives."
The puzzling question is, who is doing these late-term
abortions? As chief abortionist, Yogendra Shah whipped around the corner
only after they rushed this distressed woman into the hospital. Who,
then, is ripping these late-term babies out of their mothers’ wombs
when the only abortionist arrived ten minutes later? Another fact is
that this abortion mill is opening earlier and earlier on Saturdays
as pregnant women are precipitating in their motel rooms and homes.
Again, who is overseeing and performing medical procedures inside
Hope Clinic when the only nurse and abortionist are not on the property?
Two Missouri deathscorts escorted them inside the hospital.
Twenty minutes later, the deathcamp director and her goons exited the
hospital pushing an empty wheelchair back inside the Hope Clinic
slaughterhouse. The new portly butcherette was smiling and waving at the
witnesses as they walked back inside the abortion mill. You know, the
dust was just settling from another botched abortion that made the
headlines of Christian news sources and some local media, namely
Lakeshia Wilson. Read “28 MINUTES”
woman, too, was late-term and she didn’t survive her abortion. Rather,
she bled to death for 28 minutes inside an abortion mill in Cleveland,
many more butchered women will it take for the medical profession and
“big brother" (who supposedly are looking out for us) to look
into these slaughterhouses and their “medical
complications?" Once again, back alley abortion has not
ended with the inception, 41 years ago, of legal abortion; it just costs
more money and the abortionist comes in the front door. More women have
been duped into thinking that because abortion is legal, it must be
safe. In reality, more women have died by legal abortions (visit the Blackmun Wall at www.lifedynamics.org)
than by the façade of rusty coat hangers of yesteryear.
Unfortunately, a tattoo parlor or an 11 year old cupcake maker
is better regulated than an ambulatory surgical pregnancy termination
center, otherwise known as an abortion mill.