The liberal media is helping a nearly defunct abortion clinic in the Boston area keep its doors open.
The Boston Herald recently reported on the difficulties of the for-profit Women's Health Services in Brookline, a wealthy suburb of Boston.
Bill Cotter of Operation Rescue Boston, who has extensive experience with the abortuary and knowledge of its situation and its medical director, Dr. Laurent Lolly Delli-Bovi, tells OneNewsNow, "She is reporting that the last 12-13 years they have been unprofitable, averaging about a $170,000 loss per year. She currently has a need to raise $250,000 within the next three months or else they will have to close."
The abortion business has set up a GoFundMe page hoping for a positive public response to their plight, and The Boston Globe has printed a front-page fundraising letter to give the center a financial boost.
"The Women's Health Services not only does a lot of abortions per year, they also do abortions up to 24 weeks gestation, and Dr. Delli-Bovi is involved with harvesting baby parts for research," Cotter reports.
Harvesting and selling of aborted baby body parts is a scandal revealed through an undercover investigation by David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress.
Operation Rescue Boston has stationed pro-life counselors at the Brookline abortion clinic five days a week, so its financial problems could in part be due to the number of women the volunteers have convinced to cancel their abortions and carry their babies to term.