Report: Local Catholic hospital employing an abortionist

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

St. Joseph Medical Center (Bellingham, WA)A pro-life group in Washington is raising some serious questions about a Planned Parenthood in the state.

It involves the Planned Parenthood facility in Bellingham, Washington. Students for Life of America (SFLA) student spokeswoman Autumn Lindsey, a recent guest on American Family Radio, reports her group discovered that the abortionist, Anna Dowling – who was also connected to two other Planned Parenthoods – was on the payroll as chief of staff at St. Joseph Medical Center, which is a Catholic hospital.

"So, this woman is essentially running this Catholic hospital, and on her days off she's going to Planned Parenthood and committing abortions," Lindsey shared. "I think that's not okay and … makes no sense. It was really hard to believe."

Lindsey contacted several hospital officials who she reports acted surprised by the revelation since the church opposes abortion. SFLA is encouraging those who are concerned to contact the CEO of PeaceHealth's Northwest region, of which St. Joseph Medical Center is a part.

The SFLA student spokesperson also shared about a shocking phone call to the clinic.

"[A local pro-life advocate] called this Planned Parenthood [posing] as a 14-year-old girl and said 'I'm pregnant, I need an abortion, but my partner is over the age of 18 and my parents don't know and I don't want them to find out. What can I do?'"

The response, according to Lindsey: "The Planned Parenthood employee … said just don't disclose that information during your appointment because if you do we will have to report it."

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