The abortion industry is losing the fight against the pro-life movement.
They’re desperately fighting back with the most despicable tactics.
And one abortion facility just placed a billboard message that will make you sick.
An abortion facility in Illinois called “Hope Clinic for Women” erected a massive billboard on the state’s border with Missouri.
The billboard reads, “Welcome to Illinois, where you can get a safe, legal abortion.”
The message makes it seem as if every Illinois resident is proud that their state laws favor the murder of unborn children.
However, that is not the case.
The billboard was actually put up to spite the state of Missouri that recently passed the “Heartbeat bill.”
Fox News reports:
An Illinois abortion clinic is using a billboard to tout the state as an abortion-friendly alternative to others like Missouri, which has stringent laws on abortion.
“Welcome to Illinois, where you can get a safe, legal abortion,” the Hope Clinic for Women billboard reads near the Missouri-Illinois border.
“The goal of this billboard is to remind people coming in from Missouri that they are now in a state that trusts and allows pregnant people to make their own healthcare and family planning decisions,” Erin King, Hope Clinic executive director, said in a statement.
The Granite City, Ill., abortion clinic, located just 10 minutes outside of downtown St. Louis, got the idea from a liberal group that put up a similar billboard in Colorado near the Utah border.
“It was just a no-brainer for us,” Alison Dreith, a Hope Clinic spokeswoman, told the Riverfront Times. Half of Hope Clinic’s patients come from Missouri to get an abortion.
The Heartbeat bill is one of the abortion industry’s greatest fears.
It would make abortion illegal once a heartbeat can be detected — about six weeks into a pregnancy.
It also reminds Americans of the fact that abortion stops a beating heart.
If you lived in Illinois, would you be proud that this billboard “welcomes” others into the state?
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