Help shut down an abortion mill – next Tuesday March 26, 2014Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, contraception, Dallas Diocese, disaster, General Catholic, horror, sadness, scandals, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, Virtue.
Lamar Robinson runs his mill in a pretty shady part of Dallas, and has for years. After the state legislature passed a law last summer banning abortion beyond 20 weeks and requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles, Robinson’s “Abortion Advantage” mill shut down for a while as he sought the privileges. He reopened some months ago, and we actually thought for a while he may have done so even lacking the required privileges. However, investigation has shown that a hospital with a less than sterling reputation in South Oak Cliff – University General Hospital – has given Robinson his much sought-after privileges.
Their management has been contacted but seems uninterested in disassociating the hospital from a notorious abortionist. As such, local pro-life warriors are planning on stepping up the pressure, beginning the first in a series of “informative pickets” outside University General Hospital next Tuesday, April 1 at 9:00 am. This hospital is located at 2929 South Hampton Rd in the South Oak Cliff section of Dallas.
It is hoped the hospital will not want the negative publicity that will surely come from being associated with a character as notorious as Robinson. He has long been one of the latest term abortion providers in Texas, routinely killing viable babies up to 24 weeks. Not that viability makes abortion any worse, all abortion is an evil straight out of hell. But it does serve to indicate the extremity of Robinson’s acts, and the hospital’s complicity in them.
Hopefully many souls will be able to come out and witness for life. And hopefully only one such demonstration will be necessary to get the hospital to revoke these privileges.
Please come out if you at all can. Defending life is both a spiritual and a corporal work of mercy, as is doing penance for the hideous sin of abortion.
“We know so strict is divine justice that no sin will go unpunished; it must be expiated in this world or in the next. Far better is it for thee, O sinner, to atone for thy sins of thy own accord in this world than to leave it to the just Judge to chastise thee for them in the next.”