We have written a few times before about Project Weak Link, a pro-life campaign focused on “medical waste” disposal corporations that profit from carting away the tiny bodies of abortion victims. In their words:
Medical waste companies . . . collaborate with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry through their collection, transportation and disposal of aborted children and the instruments used to kill them. At the 2013 National Abortion Federation conference, abortionist Renee Chelian said, “We are all one incinerator away, one incineration company away from being closed.” If we don’t act to persuade these medical waste companies to discontinue providing Planned Parenthood (and other abortion providers) these services, we will have missed a historic opportunity to stop the killing.
Pro-life petitions have succeeded in convincing several companies to end their contracts with abortion centers. Project Weak Link has now turned its attention to Bio-Cycle Medical Waste Management, which is enabling the “A Woman’s Choice” abortion facility in Jacksonville, Florida (pictured). In addition to killing countless babies in the womb, “A Woman’s Choice” has a history of injuring women.