When Justine Kyker was 19 and a college student when she entered the Planned Parenthood of the Heartland clinic (formerly located at 851 19th St. in Des Moines, IA) to have an abortion.  Nowa a stay-at-home mom and prolife advocate in Nebraska; she came back to that location today to share her story about that experience and the emotional and physical consequences she suffered as a result.  It came as no surprise to me that Planned Parenthood didn’t offer any information about potential side effects when “counseling” this young woman who came in seeking their help.

When I peeked in the front doors of the building (Planned Parenthood is still trying to sell the building) the first thing you notice is the cashier booth. Don’t be fooled, they are not in existence to help women, but to make money.

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