Why are abortion clinics closing if they are only losing 3% of their income?


Planned Parenthood likes to trumpet that abortion only accounts for less than 3% of it’s services rendered, usually shouting louder in election years, but this is simply not true.

It’s been proven time and time and time and time and time again that this is a clever classification system which misrepresents the actual truth; abortion is what they do and how they make their money. Planned parenthood also likes to claim that most of the abortions they perform are in the first trimester, which makes the number a lot smaller than 3%.

So far three Planned Parenthood clinics have shut down because they’ve chosen not to comply with the law.  I’m no business genius, but shouldn’t any business be able to withstand a three percent loss in income– at any time? Doesn’t the income of most companies fluctuate at least three percent between seasons? When has any business shut down over a three percent loss in services rendered?

The abortion centers in Texas can’t have it both ways. Either they are the abortionists who also do pap smears and std testing, or they are a heartless corporation which would rather abandon women than take on a 3% loss of income.



  1. The only reason to take the abortion industry seriously is its end-product. Which, to be sure, is more than enough reason.

    Its lies have long since become the stuff of comedy.


  2. Thanks for doing the math. Will be using this information to fight Planned Barrenhood, as in, ‘Oh yeah, they say abortion is only three percent of their business, but if you ask them to follow safety rules about abortions, they have to shut down. Must be way more than three percent!’


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