Pro-life activists who routinely watch out for dangerous abortionists are raising alarm over one who could have spread the coronavirus.
The potential problem comes from Trust Women, an abortion clinic in Wichita, where pro-life activists witnessed an abortionist arrive from California – then work in the clinic throughout the day.
Mark Gietzen of Kansas Coalition for Life witnessed the abortionist arrive in an automobile with California license plates, and Operation Rescue later identified the abortionist as Rebecca Taub, the only abortionist working at the clinic with a valid California medical license.
Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue says an unnamed employee inside the clinic complained to Gietzen they were upset that Taub had been working in virus-hit California and was now working beside them. Some staff members were seen wearing additional protective gear they had not worn until shortly after the abortionist showed up.
Sullenger says Taub performed at least 77 abortions at Trust Women.
“And that means that if [Taub] was exposed to the virus, or carrying the virus, she could have exposed 77 women, 77 of their drivers who had to drive them home, the entire abortion clinic staff,” Sullenger warns.