es were clinics that provide abortion services are 98 percent.
nih.gov)Violent anti-choice rhetoric must end, or anti-abortion violence never will. Anti-abortion activists are not making wanted posters or revealing doctors address for fun.
They’re doing it to harass and intimidate, and they’re doing it knowing the long history of violent fanatics using their rhetoric to justify crimes against abortion providers and abortion clinics. According to an anonymous police source, after Friday’s attack on the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood, the alleged perpetrator made a comment in its wake about “no more babies”. He specifically targeted the clinics. These attacks in Colorado which left three people dead and nine people wounded, that was very shocking for most people. This was also a predictable result of the culture that dominates abortions. People have also been calling clinics and making really bad threats to murder all their doctors or to wipe out all of their staff. Some may say that they must demand the violent radical language and lies about abortion stop.
Many of the people say that they want them to pretending that pro-life does not have an effect. People who disagree about the morality of abortion, but the doctors who provide them are not bad people. While they are ignoring all of the lies coming their way, language and culture of misogyny that contributes to this kind of violence. The women who go to Planned Parenthood, whether for a checkup or an abortion, are not callous beasts they’re people trying to do the best they can for their lives and families. Some people are already telling the truth, though.
Vicki Cowart, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains released a statement that eyewitnesses confirm the attacker “was motivated by opposition to safe and legal and abortion”. While it is true that Planned Parenthood offers a variety of services, I think it is safe to say the attacker was not there because he was angry about pap smears. Many people demand that the abortion stop but even if they still decide to continue it, the violence may continue.
(www.cnn.com) Although, anti-abortion extremists have thus far been unsuccessful in making abortion illegal, so they resort to violence and intimidation in an attempt to make abortion services unavailable. Almost one in four clinics throughout the country is targeted with the most severe forms of anti-abortion violence. The interference by extremists with the provision of reproductive health services has serious health consequences. This limits the amount of doctors and clinics offering abortions.
The patients who attend the clinic they usually take a toll. There are also hospitals that are not factories or mines or assembly plants. They are mainly hospitals that are human ailments are treated. Normally the patients and relatives alike are under emotional strain and worry.
Anti-abortion extremists have placed doctors names on the hit list and have made physicians who perform the abortions the subjects of the justifiable homicide petitions. The invasion nature of protests directed at individual residences picketers blocking driveways, shouting outside the doors, and windows, and harassing abortion providers and their children. Pro-choice advocates, attorneys, clinics and lawmakers have employed multiple strategies for countering anti-abortion violence both nationally and locally. Abortion rights supporters have mobilized thousands of individuals to protect clinic and clinic workers and worked to improve how law enforcement responds to acts of violence and intimidation.
Based on the effect on many patients, courts have been willing to create protected zones around clinics, finding that the first amendment does not demand patients at the medical facility undertake the efforts to escape the cacophony of political protests. A Florida clinic doctor testified that as a result of passing a gauntlet of protests and harassment to enter the clinic, patients manifested a higher level of anxiety and hypertension causing those patients to need more sedation undergo the surgical procedures.(www.prochoiceamerica.org)