Albuquerque – Protect ABQ Women & Children is calling on Plaza Inn, located at 900 Medical Arts Ave. in Albuquerque, to end its cooperation with Southwestern Women’s Options late-term abortion industry where it participates in “room-service abortions.” An undercover recording by Live Action reveals that the hotel not only offers discounted rates for women traveling to Albuquerque for late-term abortions but also free shuttle service to the clinic. Even more disturbing is the instructions given to women by the hotel receptionist on what to do when they start delivering their dead babies after the abortion procedure. View video here
“It is absolutely disgusting that a hotel would participate in this gruesome late-term abortion procedure and tell their guests that if something happens that they are basically on their own.. no free shuttle for them to get to the hospital once they begin delivery of their children killed in abortion,” said Elisa Martinez. “What is being done at the Plaza Inn is absolutely frightening and in no way safe for women who are left alone to go through something so terrifying.”
The new undercover recording features an investigator attempting to schedule a 25-week (six-plus-month) abortion appointment with Southwestern Women’s After specifying that the late-term abortion comprises a “week-long procedure,” the staffer directs the investigator to the Plaza Inn – “a hotel that we work in conjunction with” – which offers room rate discounts and free transportation to and from all appointments.
The Live Action video, titled “Room-Service Abortions in Albuquerque,” shows definitively that the Plaza Inn is cooperating with Southwestern Women’s Options abortionists to enhance revenues for both businesses.
“The Plaza Inn,” Lila Rose, Live Action president elaborated, “is more than willing to give discounts and free transportation to mothers about to have their children poisoned to death and torn apart. But you’ll notice that the hotel refuses to transport these women to the abortion facility at the most dangerous point of the procedure – in the middle of the night, when they might be in labor, delivering a dead baby over the toilet. How many other hotels – in Albuquerque, and across the nation – are profiting from these gruesome procedures? How many are offering discounts for death?”
In the undercover recording, the Plaza Inn staffer admits that under such circumstances, “you guys [SWO patients] actually transport yourselves[.] … I think you wind up going to the hospital[.]”
Live Action reports releasing this second video to show voters the stakes on Tuesday. “It’s already horrifying,” Rose said, “that Albuquerque has a traveling circus of doctors who fly in and massacre late-term, viable, pain-capable babies. And now we know that ‘cottage industries’ are springing up to aid and abet these people in their multi-thousand-dollar child-killing business.”
According to its website, the Plaza Inn, which boasts “the Best in Southwestern Hospitality,” is associated with three other hotels in the region: the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Colton/Riverside, CA; the Holiday Inn Express in Barstow, CA; and the Palmdale Hotel & Resort in Palmdale, CA.
Live Action is a youth-led movement dedicated to building a culture of life and ending the human rights abuse of abortion. The group uses new media to educate the public about the humanity of the unborn and investigative journalism to expose threats against the vulnerable and defenseless. More information at LiveAction.org.
In July, members of Protect ABQ Women & Children, along with other pro-life groups, turned in nearly 27,000 signatures, more than double the necessary needed to put the measure on a city-wide ballot, in half the allotted time. Protect ABQ Women & Children is a local advocacy campaign that is working to raise awareness of the dangers of the late-term abortion industry in Albuquerque and to garner support for the “Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance,” which bans abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy. For more information on our efforts, please visit: www.ProtectABQWomen&Children.com