Excerpted from The Usual Self-Aggrandizing Tripe from RhUnRealityCheck, written by abortionist Linda Prine, gushing over how 'patient-centered' she is. No kidding-100 percent focused on selling abortion.
"What woke me up to this was my patient, Samantha. She was bringing her one year-old daughter to me for her check-ups. We had concerns about this child: she wasn’t gaining weight properly and she had a rash on her body that looked suspiciously like burns. I got more suspicious when I learned that Samantha’s two older children were not in her custody but were in foster care. Then, in the midst of this, Samantha tells me she’s pregnant. I offered her an abortion and she was relieved and admitted she truly could not cope with another child. I made her an appointment to come to PPNYC on the day I would be there. But she didn’t show.
Three months later, when she finally came back to see me, she was five months pregnant. I asked her what happened. She just couldn’t go to an abortion clinic, she tells me. It scared her. She was afraid there would be protestors. I asked her, if I had been able to do her abortion in my office, would she have had wanted it? She said, “Of course.” It made me realize that sometimes, abortions need to be really easy for women to access. Especially for women whose lives are so troubled, like Samantha."
Was Samantha offered help caring for her born children? (You know, the ones prochoice claims prolife doesn't care about?) Or any help to make her current situation better? Nope-instead Doctor Wonderful pushed abortion on this woman, even at five months, even though this woman was clearly afraid and there was no medical indication for abortion. Abortion clinic workers are well trained in closing the sale, and this kind of coercion is business as usual for them, all in the name of 'helping women'. Helping women like Samantha with anything other than killing? Forget about it. It was far more important for the abortionist to make the sale than report the abuse.