You Won’t Believe Which Religious Leaders Just ‘Blessed’ New Planned Parenthood Clinic

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January 13, 2017

A new Planned Parenthood mega-clinic just opened in Washington, D.C., and you won’t believe which religious leaders showed up to give it a special “blessing” for its “sacred work.”

According to left-leaning news outlet DCist, the crowd of over 20 religious leaders included two Baptist United Church of Christ preachers, two Hindu priests, a rabbi, unnamed representatives from other Christian denominations, and an openly gay American Imam who participated via Skype.

Rabbi Michael Namath, who is the program director for the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, gave a chilling prayer, speaking aloud, "God, let your spirit rest upon these caregivers, who serve as instruments of your hands."

“Now I can tell patients that this is a blessed space,” said a relieved Dr. Serina Floyd, who is a medical director at the new clinic.

Namath told those in the room that they are doing their part for the world to “make it whole and holy.”

By killing babies?

During the blessing ceremony, abortion advocate Willie Parker — who has called abortion a “sacred decision” — expressed, "I've been a Christian longer than I've been an abortion provider. Women have been made to think that this [clinic] is some evil place, where God is not.”

Baptist United Church of Christ Reverend Doctor Christine Wiley complained about the growing outage against abortion in American churches, saying, "The conservative voices are big. It drowns out the progressive voices, but it's not that progressive voices aren't there."

And then the the president the CEO of the new abortion clinic, Dr. Laura Meyers, gave some of the most chilling words yet, saying, "In almost every message to our staff, I talk about our doing sacred work. This confirms the sacredness of the work we do."

Then she made it even worse, exclaiming that pro-lifers "tried to separate those of us working on or supporting the right of women to choose from a sense of deep spirituality."

So killing a baby is a deeply positive, spiritual act? Does the average person who supports Planned Parenthood realize what those who run it are actually saying?

What do you think of this?