In a reprehensible article for Rewire News this week, abortionist Sunoz Soroosh explained that she starts every day on a happy note, because she knows she’s on her way to providing access to a “fundamental human right” when she gives women the abortion they seek.
“Every day, I walk through the doors of the Planned Parenthood health center where I work with a smile, often singing along to a song playing on my headphones. Many find this surprising,” Soroosh writes. “They fail to realize I’m proud to be an abortion provider who puts patients first.”
Soroosh goes on to explain how valuable her work really is.
“Abortion is health care, and health care is a fundamental human right that needs to be accessible for everyone,” the New York resident continues. “The unfortunate reality is racism, economic inequalities, and hateful biases block people from getting vital health care—including safe, legal abortion care.”
As Luke Skywalker said: Amazing, every word of what you just said is wrong.
Abortion has absolutely nothing to do with “health care” 99% of the time. Or, we suppose it could be considered health care in the same way as getting Botox for your forehead wrinkles is health care. Except, of course, getting Botox doesn’t usually end with the termination of a human life. The same cannot be said of abortion, which is almost always an elective procedure undergone by selfish women who don’t want to be inconvenienced by the consequences of their own actions.
Is that harsh? Perhaps. But it is a damn sight closer to the truth than the idea of abortion being a “fundamental human right.” We won’t even get into the pathetic attempt to bring racism into the mix; the overwhelming majority of aborted babies in the U.S. belong to minority women. There does not seem to be much of an access problem.
“Being an abortion provider is more than a job for me,” she continues. “It’s a deeply personal commitment to helping people prioritize their health care needs and determine the future they want. Providers are here, protecting the lives and health of millions of people and their families—and we will be here for generations to come.”
At the outset of Soroosh’s article, you’re left to wonder how someone could take pride in a job that wreaks so much human destruction. By the end of the article, you get it. These abortionists twist themselves into mental pretzels to avoid confronting the reality of their own actions. Imagine brainwashing yourself to the point where you can frame your job – killing unborn babies – as “protecting the lives and health of millions of people.”
Keep singing along to your songs, Sunoz. Turn up the music.
Anything to keep that small, still voice of your conscience from bleeding through.