Delaware Becomes The First State To Close All Abortion Clinics

By: Curtis Ophoven 0 Comments   5/3/2013

Abortion clinics have been closing around the nation for many years, but this year a milestone has been reached. 

Delaware recently became the first state to have no active abortion clinics after Planned Parenthood suspended its abortion clinic in Dover city and the Wilmington clinic closed completely due to several employees that quit because of the dangerous conditions at the facilities.

According to an article at, the conditions were similar to the unsanitary practices at the Planned Parenthood of abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s “house of horrors” in Philadelphia, who is currently on trial for 5 counts of murder and over 250 other abortion related crimes.

Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue said, “We now have the first state that is officially free from surgical abortions”

This is a first in 40 years since Roe vs. Wage. For years the media told us that Abortion would never be overturned, that the majority will remain in support of it, that the young people will continue to uphold the so-called ‘rights’ of woman to kill the person inside their bodies.

Where is the media today to tell us they were all wrong?  Where is the media today to tell us that the polls have changed, that the majority of people are now against Abortion?

What is now inevitable is that Abortion will soon be only a part of history in America.  The only question is which state will be the second, third, four and last to join Delaware and put an end to this crime against humanity?

Roe vs. Wage is within reach of being overturned in the near future, as I previously wrote about. With the majority against it, all it would take is one case to make it to the Supreme Court.

Several states including MN are already down to one lone abortion clinic.  Perhaps ND will be the next state.  Just a few months ago the ND senate passed a bill that could make the state abortion free.

The new law requires all abortionists to have admitting privileges at a local hospital, so that when a woman suffers complications from an abortion they could be rushed to the hospital.

According to an article at, Tammi Kromenacker, director of the Red River Women’s Clinic said; “Honestly, abortion is so safe, we just don’t admit patients to the hospital,” she told the Associated Press.

But the trail of abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s proves otherwise.  Abortion is not safe, despite all the years of medical advancements.  How could the unnatural separation of a baby from its mother and the execution of that baby ever be a 'safe' procedure?

These 'unsafe' conditions are the primary reason that new laws are causing Abortion clinics to close.  These unsafe conditions are exposing the lies that have been used to trick the public into support for Abortion.  

This also proves that the media was controlling the public support for Abortion by propaganda.  Without the propaganda, the media cannot control public opinion.

This leads to the rest of the truth, that life is not ours to take.  That God is the author of life and therefore the law giver.  We cannot create laws againsts him and expect anything good.  It may have taken 40 years, but the reality of destruction that Abortion has brought us is proof that God cannot be voted out.

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