On Thursday morning, NPR played an abortion on air.
NPR’s Michigan Morning Edition on Thursday featured Kate Wells explaining that a Michigan woman aborted her 11-week-old baby at Northland Family Planning in metro Detroit.
“Like many patients at Northland, she said I could record her procedure,” reporter Kate Wells says of the mother in the NPR segment.
“Most patients are partially awake during the procedures, they get IV medication for pain and anxiety,” the reporter continued. “The lights are dimmed, there’s soothing music, it actually feels a lot like a childbirth, in a medical gown, your bare legs and stirrups, and a person next to you, saying, ‘You can do this.’”
Staffer Brandy can be heard telling the mother, “Just keep breathing.”
In the background, the listener can hear the vacuum machine turn on.
“Blow it out, blow it out, breath through,” Brandy tells the mother.
The listener can hear the mother moaning over and over as the vacuuming noise continues.
The noise stops.
“You did it,” someone finally tells her.
“Thank you guys so much,” the mother says weakly.
“You are welcome!” someone responds.
“You did great!” another person says cheerfully.
Neither NPR nor Wells immediately responded to requests for comment from The Daily Signal.
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