In the irony of ironies, a Planned Parenthood abortionist who was once profiled as having killed 31 babies in abortions in one day has been nominated for a human rights award.
Planned Parenthood abortionist Colleen McNicholas is among three finalists selected from across the world for the European Union’s top human rights prize, the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. This is the first time in the history of the prize that an abortionist or an abortion advocate has been nominated.
McNicholas, Justyna Wydrzyńska, of Poland, and Morena Herrera, of El Salvador, were jointly nominated as “women fighting for free, safe and legal abortion”
“As far-right politicians try to ban abortion across swaths of the U.S. and internationally, I’m thankful for the European Parliament’s nomination and spotlight on this critical issue of human rights,” McNicholas said. “Let this be a sign to those trying to roll back access to abortion: the world is watching.”
The finalists were chosen in a vote Oct. 12 by the EU’s foreign affairs and development committees. Parliament President Roberta Metsola and the political group leaders will decide Thursday on the winner.
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Among the abortion advocates, the nominating committee wrote that McNicholas has a “strong track record of high-quality patient care and impactful reproductive health advocacy.”
The irony is McNicholas literally kills her patients.
McNicholas was profiled in the May issue of Marie Claire magazine. Writer Kayla Webley portrays McNicholas as a heroine “on the front lines of the abortion wars.” The author applauds the fact that McNicholas is so proficient at her trade that she is able to “terminate 31 pregnancies a day,” and quotes her as being “passionate and committed” to her work.
McNicholas ended the lives of unborn babeis on a regular basis at the Reproductive Health Services Clinic operated by Planned Parenthood in the Central West End of St. Louis City until Missouri protected babies from abortions and Planned Parenthood had to stop killing babies.