When Texas passed a law requiring abortionists to maintain privileges at a hospital, the Pro-Aborts fought to overturn it in the courts.
They talk about “caring” for women, but for those who actually perform the grisly work of slicing and dicing unborn human beings to death, the bottom line is MONEY. And the Texas law is putting the worst of the butchers out of business.
Texas mandated abortionists maintain privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of their clinics for two reasons.
One, physicians cannot admit without privileges, which means an abortionist without privileges calls 911 and sends his damaged patients off with paramedics to be treated by ER physicians who have no idea what procedures, drugs or pre-existing conditions the patients have. When a woman is comatose and bleeding to death, minutes count and speed and continuity of emergency hospital care are critical.
Two, hospitals are insured and insurance means liability suits, so hospitals don’t extend or maintain privileges to doctors who maim and kill their patients. In Texas alone, abortionists put nearly 1,000 women into hospitals EVERY SINGLE YEAR. Opposition to the Texas hospital privileges law is clearly about profit, not safety.
Let’s look at just ONE Texas abortionist whose grisly livelihood is threatened by the Texas hospital privileges law.
His name is Jasbir Ahluwalia, an OB who was disciplined by the Medical Board and lost his hospital privileges after messing up two high-risk pregnancies way back in 1996. This is the kind of doctor who typically goes into doing abortions … incompetent, sloppy, and often suffering from various addictions.
On March 31, 2014, University General Hospital revoked his privileges, which made him ineligible to perform abortions under the Texas law.
DID HE CARE? Of course not. He continued to do abortions and JUST TWO WEEKS LATER sent yet another one of his victims racing off to an ER where he had no privileges.
April 16, 2014: Dallas TX Abortion Clinic Transports Woman to Hospital Where Abortionist Has No Privileges
Ahluwalia got off scot-free. He had filed a lawsuit against University General Hospital. The day after the video above, a judge ordered Ahluwalia’s privileges at University General Hospital be reinstated pending the outcome of his lawsuit.
The kicker to all this? That ambulance in the video went to BAYLOR. Ahluwalia doesn’t have privileges at Baylor.
They say abortion is like having a tooth pulled, but when was the last time you heard of paramedics rushing anyone out of a dentist’s office?