The abortion facility claims it does ‘not create victims’
MINNEAPOLIS—Texas-based Whole Woman’s Health chain of abortion facilities has a new online job listing seeking an “Empower Line Phone Counselor” for its Minneapolis abortion facility. One of the general requirements for the new abortion worker is to “Be able to ‘close the deal’ or book the appointment” for an abortion. The listing also states that the new hire must “understand that we do not create victims. We trust and listen to women.”
“Whole Woman’s Health takes a crass approach to the business of abortion, which victimizes women and their unborn babies,” said Scott Fischbach, Executive Director of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). “Its goal to ‘close the deal’ reduces the abortion of unborn human beings to a profit-driven sales transaction.”
Minimal experience is needed for this “counselor” who will urge women to make a life-altering decision: a high school diploma or GED and “one year’s experience in a health care facility or working in a customer service/phone service position.” In other words, a 19-year-old who has taken orders in an auto repair shop is qualified to counsel women to have their unborn children forcibly dismembered and removed from their womb.
“We are shocked at this callous attitude toward the women of our state who are facing a life-or-death decision when calling Whole Woman’s Health,” Fischbach said. “We hope that women seek counsel and help from one of the 90 compassionate, caring pregnancy care centers in our state.”
The Whole Woman’s Health Minneapolis abortion facility is part of a nationwide chain of abortion facilities. It has a long, dirty history of fines and violations. It was fined $83,000 in Texas, along with its medical waste vendor, for illegally dumping the remains of aborted babies in open trash receptacles. Eight of its abortionists were recently brought before the Texas Medical Board for numerous allegations, including the illegal dumping of private patient medical records, HIPAA violations, and violations of Texas informed consent laws. Several Whole Woman’s Health abortionists have previous disciplinary histories, including one who was responsible for a patient’s death.