The War on North Carolina Women claim three clinics since May
RALEIGH — The War on North Carolina Women has taken a particularly ugly turn since May 1.
Anti-choice regulators who want to murder women shut down three women’s health clinics in three months, including the only one that survived the motorcycle vagina law.
Gov. Pat McCrory, who broke a major promise in signing Senate Bill 353, appointed the regulators.
Paige Johnson, vice president of external affairs for Planned Parenthood of Central North Carolina, is concerned about the sudden politically-motivated closing of the three clinics. She said they worked well with inspectors in the past.
Planned Parenthood of Central North Carolina owns several of the clinics in the region. None of them are up to the unconstitutional new codes that Senate Bill 353 calls for.
“Our relationship with the state has always been a partnership ensuring women are safe and cared for respectfully, and not a kind of gotcha,” said Mrs. Johnson. “There’s been a flurry of attention from the governor’s office and DHHS. What about hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, assisted living facilities? What has changed to make the state focus on abortion providers? Is it about politics?”
Yes, it is definitely about politics, Mrs. Johnson. There is a reason that these clinics are closing all of a sudden and none of the reasons I can come up with are legitimate.
The GOP do not want women to get good health care. You should have known that by now.