Pro-life group to Stericyle: Come on, be honest

Friday, May 3, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Stericycle truck outside PP clinicA pro-life organization is proceeding on a way to deal with the abortion industry.

For three years Created Equal has conducted a campaign against Stericycle to stop cooperating with Planned Parenthood and other abortion companies but the organization has proof they have not stopped.

Created Equal's Mark Harrington tells OneNewsNow the campaign is taking a new twist.

Harrington

“Basically we're looking for leaders to sign up by going to our web page at Project Weak Link.com,” he explains. "And we'll locate the depot, we'll provide the signs and everything, and this will all happen at the same time that we will be holding a protest at the shareholders meeting in Chicago on May 22.”

Harrington says the purpose of the nationwide event is for Stericycle to “dump” Planned Parenthood and stop “enabling” the abortion industry.

While the pro-life organization received assurances that it cancelled hundreds of contracts with the abortion conglomerate, Created Equal has interviewed former workers to learn that indeed they are picking up aborted babies from Planned Parenthood and other abortion facilities, and disposing of them.

“We understand that the abortion business succeeds, or I guess exists,” the pro-lifer argues, “as long as organizations or companies like Stericycle enable them." 

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