Look Who’s Moving In Next Door To Planned Parenthood’s New Uptown New Orleans Clinic

Planned Parenthood’s new Uptown New Orleans clinic on South Claiborne may have a bit of competition next door.

Director of the Woman’s New Life Center Angie Thomas has bought up the narrow piece of property right to the left of Planned Parenthood’s new clinic that is finally coming to fruition after delays by construction management.

Through a new campaign, the Woman’s New Life Center will pay for the lot and be a clear contrast to the country’s largest abortion provider just next door.

Oddly enough, almost every Planned Parenthood or abortion clinic in Louisiana has a Woman’s New Life Center right next door.

At a widely-known abortion clinic in the Metairie area, a Woman’s New Life Center is directly next door the facility, with a sign that overlooks the clinic’s parking lot.

The idea to put pro-life facilities next door to almost every pro-abortion facility in the state is nothing short of a stroke of genius.

The new Uptown Planned Parenthood clinic has been controversial for quite some time now. Back months ago, the Advocate ran a story where they portrayed the Archdiocese of New Orleans as villains for merely protesting the new clinic.

Meanwhile, the local media has portrayed Planned Parenthood as a victim of hate, forgetting to call out their racist business practices of catering to low-income black and Hispanic families.

Likewise, New Orleans City Council members Latoya Cantrell and Susan Guidry who publicly endorse and support Planned Parenthood have never been questioned about their views on the scandalous and disturbing videos that have come to light, showing how the abortion giant profits off the sale of unborn baby body parts.



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