Woman Seeking Prenatal Care at Planned Parenthood Given Directions to Real Health Clinic

From The Babylon Bee.

COLUMBUS, OH—Several minutes after entering a Planned Parenthood clinic in order to seek prenatal care for herself and her unborn child, local pregnant woman Kyleigh Smith was sent away with directions to an actual health clinic, reports confirmed Wednesday.

The scene reportedly turned into one of confusion and bewilderment, as Planned Parenthood personnel hadn’t been trained on what to do when a woman wanted to leave the clinic with her baby healthier than before she entered.

“Sorry, you want what? Healthcare?” a confused receptionist asked. “Hey Bob, what do we do with the ones that don’t want to kill—uh, I mean terminate the, uh, pregnancy?” she then yelled back at one of the clinic’s abortion doctors.

“Huh? Why?” the doctor reportedly called back as he was prepping for his next procedure. “Maybe she wants a condom or something? Or offer her a Tic-Tac. [Expletive], I don’t know.”

After phoning several other Planned Parenthood clinics in the region to find out what they would do in an unusual situation like this one, clinic staffers printed out a set of directions to a real health clinic that would actually try to help her and her baby, and sent Smith on her way.

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4 responses to “Woman Seeking Prenatal Care at Planned Parenthood Given Directions to Real Health Clinic

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    LOL … I forgot for a paragraph or two that the Babylon Bee is a satire site. Fortunately, “Bob” reminded me. Tic tacs LOLOL.

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    • The crazier the world gets, the more challenging it becomes to do satire. Factual news stories read like satire, and satirical stories sound almost plausible…

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      • chrissythehyphenated

        My first reaction to this one was that it was true. And I had good reason to believe it. Earlier this week, I saw an undercover recording of a call to a Planned Parenthood inquiring about help placing a baby for adoption. The receptionist told the young woman, “We don’t do that” and suggested she google.

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