During VICE’s filming of a documentary in 2019, abortion nurse LaShonda Pinchon of the Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville, Alabama, was interviewed.
Live Action reports:
Perhaps most notable, however, was Pinchon’s comparison of the killing of a preborn human being to removing a bunion. “…I feel that this should be as common as going to the doctor and having a bunion removed. Nobody ridicules you, asks you, ‘why did you have that knot taken off the side of your foot?’ So, nobody should be ridiculing you or asking you, ‘why did you remove that fetus from your uterus?’” she said.
The VICE reporter then asked Pinchon when she thought personhood begins. She replied, “I think personhood begins when the fetus is born.”
VICE News failed to inquire what happens in the birth canal that suddenly turns the fetus into a person.
In a separate interview with WNYC, the former cardiac nurse called her job of 14 years as an abortion worker (at that time) a calling. “It’s like God was saying this is what I have for you,” she said.
Though the media portrays abortion facilities as kind and harmless, clients of the Huntsville facility posted the opposite in online Google reviews. “I was 11 weeks when I got the surgical procedure…. The whole time I could feel everything the doctor was doing. It was the worst pain of my life,” read one review. “I cried during and after the procedure. The nurse was kind of rude every time she spoke to me it was always fast so I couldn’t really comprehend everything.”