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Clinic Injures Woman in Botched Abortion, Makes Her Go Down 2 Flights of Stairs to Get to Ambulance

An ambulance and a fire unit were dispatched to Preterm, a Cleveland, Ohio, abortion facility, on October 15, 2021, for a 20-year-old woman who may have had a hole torn in her uterus during a 19-week second trimester abortion.

An evasive caller from Preterm was reluctant to give details about the woman’s condition and what led them to suspect a uterine perforation had occurred.

Defective elevator

About two minutes into the 3 minute 49 second call, she finally informed the 911 operator that the elevator, which is the only gurney access to the third-floor surgical abortion rooms, was not working.

Because that meant the EMTs would need to carry the injured woman down two flights of stairs, the 911 operator dispatched a fire unit to assist.

The Preterm employee who phoned 911 downplayed the emergency and later refused to give details to the 911 operator regarding “symptoms that were causing concern.”

911: What’s going on there?  What’s your emergency?  Tell me exactly what happened.

Preterm: Um, she’s stable.  We just want to rule out a perforation.

911:  Okay.  How old is the patient?

Preterm:  Twenty.

911:  And what were the circumstances?

Preterm:  Uh, we were performing an abortion procedure.

. . .

911:  Okay, so she’s bleeding?  Is that the issue?  What is the issue when you say perforation?

Preterm:  We’re concerned that there is a perf.

911:  You’ve confirmed what?  I’m sorry.  Could you repeat that?

Preterm:  That we want to bring her in for observation to rule out the possibility of there being a perforation in her uterus.

911:  Okay, because she is bleeding?  Is she bleeding?

Preterm: (Aside), She’s bleeding right now? (To 911), No.  She’s fine and stable.

“Abortion facilities usually only call an ambulance if it is absolutely necessary to make it appear their facilities are safer than they actually are,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.  “If the woman was ‘fine,’ they wouldn’t be calling an ambulance.”

The 911 operator did not give up trying to find out what the injured woman’s symptoms were so she could inform the paramedics.  That information helps them prepare to provide immediate assistance to the injured party.

911 on hold

After asking for the Preterm caller to describe her symptoms two more times, the caller placed the operator on hold for several seconds.  When she returned, she indicated that they wanted her transferred to make sure the abortion was complete.

This answer raised more questions than it answered. Most abortions are done under ultrasound guidance.  An ultrasound provides a picture of internal structures in real time.  The abortionist should have been able to tell whether the abortion was complete or not by viewing the ultrasound.

Why couldn’t the abortionist read the ultrasound imagery?  Was an ultrasound even used during the Dilation and Evacuation dismemberment abortion?  Why did the caller not previously mention that there were two issues: the possible perforation and a possible incomplete abortion?

“Preterm’s worker was giving a pretty fishy story to the 911 operator,” said Newman.  “They were obviously trying to hide something.  It is likely that the woman was injured worse than she was letting on.”

Wrecked ambulance

But the drama did not end at the evasive call to 911, which was placed at 2:38 p.m. on October 15, 2021.

Pro-life activist Fred Sokol, who witnessed and photographed the day’s events, provided Operation Rescue with information about how the afternoon unfolded.

Upon arrival, the ambulance struck a concrete post that protruded into Preterm’s driveway.  The collision damaged the ambulance and rendered it disabled.  Meanwhile the fire unit arrived.

A second ambulance was dispatched to the scene.

Finally, paramedics were seen pushing a collapsible wheelchair into the abortion facility along with a gurney.   Paramedics and firemen were inside Preterm for 28 minutes before emerging with a woman on a gurney. They left the scene at 3:16 p.m. – 38 minutes after the 911 call was initiated.

Sokol also observed abortionist Mitch Reider leaving the scene 19 minutes after the injured woman.

Since the elevator was not working, it is believed that firemen aided the paramedics in dragging the wheelchair up the stairs to the third floor, then hiking it back down with the injured woman in tow.  She was then transferred to the gurney and pushed out to the ambulance for emergency transport.

Police reported to the scene to investigate the accident with the first ambulance. Sokol provided them with a witness statement.  He explained how the ambulance hit the concrete post, then told them that he believed the post caused a hazard since he has observed other vehicles striking the post as well.

“If Preterm did not want attention, it sure got it anyway,” said Newman.

Unreliable elevator endangering women since 2012

Preterm’s elevator is notoriously unreliable, and has delayed emergency care to women since 2012, including one woman who stopped breathing during an abortion.

  • April 5, 2019: An elevator repair vehicle was parked at Preterm during an abortion emergency involving a 31-year-old hemorrhaging woman.  An ambulance, a fire unit, and five police cars responded to Preterm’s 911 call for help, including a police lieutenant who is tasked with supervising all emergency transports from Preterm.
  • February 13, 2016: A 220-pound woman that hemorrhaging after an abortion was carried down the stairs by emergency responders and placed on a gurney for ambulance transport t a local hospital.  The clinic’s elevator was not working at the time.
  • March 31, 2012: A woman who was hemorrhaging profusely after an abortion was carried down the stairs at Preterm so she could get to a gurney for emergency transport to a nearby emergency room.  Extra help was dispatched because the woman weighed about 300 pounds.
  • March 21, 2012:  Lakisha Wilson, 22, was not breathing when 911 was called for her during a surgical abortion.  Paramedics were delayed by the broken elevator, which prevented them from reaching Wilson in time to prevent hypoxia.  She was finally evacuated from the abortion facility and taken to a nearby hospital where she died six days later.

After Wilson’s death, Operation Rescue filed a complaint with the Fire Marshall due to the hazard posed by the malfunctioning elevator.

The Fire Marshall inspected Preterm and noted in a report that since there were stairs that led to the third-floor abortion rooms, no hazard was posed to the patients.  Preterm told him they were set to do a full renovation on the elevator, so he declined to act.

Because he ignored the problem other women have had emergency care delayed and were forced to go through the pain and indignity of having to be carried down two flights of stairs while suffering serious internal injuries.

22 ambulances and two patients dead

Preterm is a training facility for abortionists enrolled in the  Kenneth J. Ryan Residency Training Program in Abortion and Family Planning, and has a history of causing frequent abortion injuries.  Two women have died as the result of complications from abortions at Preterm, including Wilson in 2012 and Tia Parks in 2019.

This is the third known medical emergency requiring ambulance transport this year, and the twenty-second documented emergency at Preterm since 2012.  This facility also despicably targets poor urban women of color for abortions.

“As we have done since Lakisha Wilson died, Operation Rescue been calling for the closure of Preterm but our pleas for the Department of Health to do its duty to protect the public have fallen on deaf ears,” said Newman.  “It’s time to put aside the political bias that has protected Preterm, and instead, protect women and their babies from the harm routinely caused by this dangerous abortion facility.”

LifeNews.com Note: Cheryl Sullenger is a leader of Operation Rescue.

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Virginia GOP gov. candidate calls for investigation of school board accused of covering up ‘trans’ rape

(LifeSiteNews) — Virginia’s Republican gubernatorial candidate wants to see the state’s attorney general investigate a school board that allegedly covered up the rape of a female student by a cross-dressing male peer.

“I am calling for an immediate investigation into the Loudoun County School Board for their gross negligence,” Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin said October 19.

The school board’s superintendent initially denied that there had been any assaults in the county school system’s bathrooms or locker rooms. The denial came during a debate this June about opening up female bathrooms and locker rooms to men who say they are women.

A spokesperson for the Youngkin campaign declined to answer further questions from LifeSiteNews about what the candidate’s position is on transgender bathrooms.

“Virginia — and America — awoke to the news that a young teenage girl had been sexually assaulted in her Loudoun County school — and worse, the school administrators covered it up, and Loudoun’s commonwealth attorney targeted the victim’s family,” Youngkin said. The county prosecutor charged Scott Smith, the father of the alleged victim, after he got into an altercation with another parent during a school board meeting.

Educational officials quietly moved the alleged perpetrator to a different school where he allegedly molested another girl. “Let me say that again — I agree, I agree, I’m going to say that again — a young girl was assaulted in her school, and the administrators — those who are entrusted with not only her education, but her safety — tried to cover it up,” Youngkin said. “Then they quietly moved the offender, an offender being prosecuted for sexual assault, to another school where he was able to do it again.”

“Two young girls have been sexually assaulted because our system, our system, failed to protect them,” the Virginia Republican said.

He wants Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring to investigation the board for negligence.

He accused school officials and board members of “endanger[ing] our students and violat[ing] the Virginia Constitution.”

“Instead of investigating parents, the Department of Justice should be investigating those who covered up a heinous crime in our school,” Youngkin said. “They not only covered up a heinous crime, they enabled an offender being prosecuted of sexual assault to attack again.”

Popular comedian learns that Biology Denying community can’t take a joke when it’s about them

With Netflix getting backlash over Dave Chappelle’s ‘trans’ mockery, management will have a hard time not caving in to the movement’s pursuit of vengeance.

At this point, the story of a celebrity getting attacked by the LGBT community for a heresy of some sort is a normal part of the news cycle. The story of a celebrity deciding to ignore the backlash, however, is uncommon enough that comedian Dave Chappelle is on his fourth or fifth news cycle. Chappelle, like J.K. Rowling, appears to be too big to cancel. We’ll find out soon.

The background is simple enough. Chappelle, a foul-mouthed comic with a total lack of reverence for progressive dogmas, announced on his recent Netflix special “The Closer” that he was on “Team TERF” (Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist) and mocked the sensitivities of trans activists. At one point, he highlighted the ridiculousness of Bruce Jenner winning “Women of the Year” Award after “being a woman” for only a year.

Trans activists reacted with predictable outrage. Chappelle, who is on tour, ignored them, which increased the furor.

Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos first defended Chappelle, and then came out with a halfway apology, noting that he “should have led with a lot more humanity … I had a group of employees who were definitely feeling pain and hurt from a decision we made.” Netflix hasn’t pulled the special yet, but hairline cracks are already spreading in the leadership’s united front. Once corporate leaders start retreating, they generally don’t stop until they’re making a groveling televised apology to representatives of the rainbow coalition.

To hurry this process along, LGBT employees and their allies at Netflix hosted a walkout and a protest to put more pressure on Sarandos and the other executives. It was a relatively small but rowdy event, with angry activists chanting stereotypical slogans about the danger of Chappelle’s comedy and facing off with a single, jovial counter-protester hoisting a sign reading “Jokes Are Funny.” He was surrounded and the sign wrenched out of his hands and destroyed. The irony was lost on the attendees, who promptly accused the protester holding his empty sign-stick of having a weapon while ignoring the fact that they had ripped off his placard. Gaslighting is fundamental to transgender activism.

The media is delightedly pumping out copy and commentary on every condemnation of Chappelle for two reasons. First, a wildly famous comedian offside with key cultural power brokers is great for clicks and eyeballs on both Left and Right. And second, Chappelle is an anomaly: a celebrity who exposes the fact that cancel culture could die if we all just stopped playing along with it.

The reality is that even most celebrities don’t actually feel the moral outrage they produce when called upon by the LGBT community to do so. That’s why Chappelle got a standing ovation at the Hollywood Bowl after the Netflix Special was released. “If this is what being canceled is like, I love it,” he quipped.

“F— Twitter. F— NBC News, ABC News, all these stupid ass networks,” the 48-year-old comedian told the crowd. And with those crude remarks, he ensured that the media attacks would continue — he had leveled a direct attack on their power and exposed the vacuousness of their tactics.

Chappelle, of course, is pro-LGBT, pro-abortion, and pro-everything else that progressives want. He just wants to make jokes, expose inconsistencies, and make people laugh doing so. But for LGBT activists, laughter is verboten. As Bret Weinstein presciently noted, “Dave Chappelle isn’t in trouble for enflaming tensions over trans rights. He’s in trouble for defusing them.”

It’ll be interesting if Chappelle’s head ends up on a stick, or if he’ll join the small group of men and women too powerful to fall prey to the LGBT movement’s campaigns of vengeance.