This is not a story of national significance, and (unfortunately) it’s not an uncommon event either. I’m writing about it because Naples, FL is my hometown. It isn’t a large city; there’s a good chance that I know the victim. So if you have any additional information about this, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can remain anonymous.
Planned Parenthood of Collier County began doing abortions less than a year ago. Yesterday, shortly before 1pm, an ambulance arrived. It left minutes later with an unidentified patient. Local pro-life advocates confirm that the center does abortions on Mondays, but the center refuses to say that this was a botched abortion.
“I can’t say that, all I know [is] we are a medical facility and we respond to emergencies,” [center director Char] Wendel said.
Fred Goduti, a local pro-life advocate, confirmed to the newspaper that this was the first time an ambulance had been called to the abortion center since it started doing abortions last September.
“We were praying this would not happen,” he said. “It is inevitable it would happen.”
Context: Char Wendel is a nutcase who, on the anniversary of 9/11, publicly accused sidewalk counselors of terrorism. Her statement makes no sense. Planned Parenthood does not respond to emergencies. It is not an ER. That’s why, when an emergency happens, they call an ambulance. What activity conducted at Planned Parenthood, besides abortion, could possibly require emergency medical attention? Or does Wendel expect us to believe that someone just walked in and had a heart attack?
UPDATE: Jill Stanek has photos that a pro-lifer took of the ambulance in the parking lot. Incredibly, the Planned Parenthood was prepared with a giant black sheet to obscure the scene from cameras!