BREAKING: Fed. Judge Black, a Former Director & President of Planned Parenthood Cincinnati, Continues to Rule Against Prolife LAWS.

Federal Judge Timothy S. Black, an Obama appointee, put Ohio’s new Down syndrome abortion ban on hold, siding with abortion providers who claimed the ban was unconstitutional….except there is this ONE thing:

Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio spokesman Rick Pender confirmed Judge Black served on their board. Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati released a statement calling Black’s affiliation with the organization a ‘conflict of interest’. Read the rest of Black’s special interest in abortion cases here.

Smirk much?

Interestingly, when a prolife person serves on boards that may or may not have anything to do with an anti-abortion agenda, suddenly it’s a conflict of interest and a hater of women who make ‘private decisions’.

“Here, Ohio’s new law wrongfully does just that: it violates the right to privacy of every woman in Ohio and is unconstitutional on its face,” Black wrote regarding allowing women and abortionists to target unborn children with disabilities for abortion. “The state’s interest in potential life — whether couched as anti-‘discrimination’ or otherwise — does not become compelling until viability,” Black wrote. SLEAZY MUCH? This ‘judge’ conveniently forgets that a diagnosis is made by ultrasound and other tests very early in the gestation of the baby, which makes this COMPELLING. Mr. Black, you are a LIAR and BIASED. 

The ACLU said, “This law does absolutely nothing to support people with disabilities…”. Really. Pretty sure people with disabilities support being BORN.

“Every child deserves protection from abortion regardless of ability or disability,” said Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati.  “However, when there is, for example, Iceland with no Down syndrome people because nearly all have been eliminated before birth, this bill is necessary to protect these children and their parents from deadly bigotry and discrimination.” 

Judge Black should be taken off all cases that have anything to do with abortion law considering his total bias to meet the murderous need of all abortionists, abortion advocates and abortion businesses.

Discrimination. Bigotry. Racism. Ageism. That’s the way abortion advocates/activists work. They seek a perfect, wanted people – without defect or blemish. In Ohio, unborn black babies are FOUR TIMES more likely to be aborted than Caucasian babies; at least 90% of Down Syndrome babies are aborted. You can thank NARAL Proabort Ohio, Planned Parenthood, and Jennifer Branch, and  for that distinct honor.


BREAKING NEWS: License Denied Late Term Abortionist Martin Haskell

BREAKING NEWS from Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati:

License Denied Late Term Abortionist Martin Haskell
Sharonville, Ohio, Abortion Center Outside the Law  
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 21, 2014 (Cincinnati, OH): Sharonville Ohio’s dirty stigma  as an abortion city is lifted! The Ohio Department of Health has denied notorious late term abortionist, Martin Haskell, a license to operate his Women’s Med Center abortion facility in this city. The facility’s operations are to cease effective February 4, 2014.

It is past time this abortion business was denied operations, for the health and well-being of this community and beyond, but even more for the little lives saved and for women’s safety,” said Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati. “Cincinnati Right to Life has been working for years to this end. Even if Haskell should appeal to the courts, his days of operation in this area are numbered.”

Martin Haskell is known nationwide as a leading proponent of the gruesome partial birth abortion procedure. He has been performing abortions for months in Sharonville without a license, and without a transfer agreement or variance (exception) required of ambulatory surgical facilities in Ohio to cover patient emergencies at an area hospital.

The Women’s Med Center is one of two abortion providers in Greater Cincinnati, together with Planned Parenthood responsible for the deaths of at least 2,500 unborn babies per year, and the emotional and spiritual devastation of their mothers and fathers.

Haskell has been targeting women and their babies for abortion in Greater Cincinnati and the tri-state since the early 1970s. In November 2010, pediatrician Dr. Stephen Brinn exposed Haskell’s move from Jefferson Road in Cincinnati to Sharonville next to Dr. Brinn’s practice, initiating a public outcry in this family-friendly community.

Cincinnati Right to Life has focused on closing the Women’s Med Center on every front possible–with grassroots pro-life citizens, pregnancy care centers, interfaith on-site prayer participants and sidewalk counselors, government officials, Operation Rescue, Ohio Right to Life and countless more.

Thank you to each and everyone who has worked and prayed for this decision!