CLARIFICATION: University General Hospital pulling Robinson’s privileges March 28, 2014Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, awesomeness, Basics, contraception, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Society, Victory.
I wrote in a post Tuesday that abortionist Lamar Robinson – one of two murderers in Dallas who kill babies up to 24 weeks – had obtained privileges at a hospital in South Oak Cliff called University General Hospital. I wrote that a protest was planned outside this hospital next Tuesday.
Well, the president of the hospital has been contacted by pro-lifers and he confirmed today that he is going to pull Robinson’s privileges, the only thing that keeps his abattoir open. Apparently, some other local abortionists have also gotten their privileges through this hospital, and he is pulling those, as well. This could be an event that has enormous impact on the availability of abortion in DFW. It is very possible two mills will close, at least until they find another hospital to grant them privileges, which we’ll then have to pressure not to do so.
I think the president/head of this University General Hospital is to be enormously commended. He said he wants his hospital to be 100% pro-life and that it will not allow abortions nor associate with abortionists. That is great. I must say, to dampen the enthusiasm this a bit, none of this is confirmed to the point of Robinson’s mill shutting down, but all signs right now are great.
I am guessing the planned protest for next Tuesday outside UGH (what an unfortunate acronym, btw) will be cancelled. Or maybe, it should turn into a demonstration of support? I’m not sure how the leaders plan to play it, if the Kukla’s or someone can let me know, that would be helpful, I’ll try to post an update, even on the weekend.
For now, offer some prayers of thanksgiving! If this development holds, we’ll see two mills close in the next week or so!
Oh, and I also got news of something really untoward and seedy that happened at Robinson’s mill very recently, totally unrelated to his state mandated admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles. Charges are being filed, that’s all I’ll say for now. Hopefully I can reveal more, soon.