Audio seminar on how Big Business Abortion handles botched abortions, injured women

Radio show Vicki McKenna, the Rush of MadCity (aka Madison, WI, aka 78 Square Miles Surrounded By Reality), spoke on air the other day (final hour on 25 March) about a 911 call from a Planned Parenthood Big-Business Abortion clinic which severely injured a woman during a botched abortion.  A less-than-urgent abortion-worker, maybe the… receptionist?… explains the situation to 911 and requests that emergency vehicles come without lights and sirens, lest anyone notice.

Vicki McKenna’s audio, from her program at WIBA, is HERE.  There are some rough details in it, be advised.

Know that this is from a live on-air, show in Madison of all places.  Is there any talk-radio like this where you are?

McKenna hits this over the fence.  Even though she talks often about local issues and politics, what she discusses could be readily applicable wherever you are.  And you don’t have to pay to listen.  You should hear her on Common Core!

Lastly, devout catholic Nancy Pelosi just accepted big business abortion Planned Parenthood’s most prestigious award.  Ain’t she grand?

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5 Responses to Audio seminar on how Big Business Abortion handles botched abortions, injured women

  1. acardnal says:

    Thank you Fr. Z and Vicki McKenna. The world needs to hear and know what a bloody, deadly money-making business Planned Parenthood is involved in. Shame on politicians – especially “catholic” politicians – who vote for, fund, foster, enable, facilitate, inter alia, abortions. They are immoral.

  2. Sonshine135 says:

    The voice of the receptionist at Planned Parenthood is the sound of evil indifference. [We don’t know that it was the receptionist. But it was pretty creepy.]

  3. Magpie says:

    ”The procedure”. She can’t even say the word abortion.

  4. lsclerkin says:

    Go, Vicki.

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