Shannon Brewer whose abortion mill lost the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, is moving her abortion business from Jackson, Mississippi to Las Cruces. Dobbs overturned the pro-abortion Roe v. Wade (1973) and Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992) decisions, which legalized abortion on demand in the United States. It now sends the abortion question back to the individual states.
The Texas Tribune reports, “Brewer’s team picked Las Cruces, about 40 miles north of El Paso, because of its proximity to Texas and its lack of abortion care. They found an old dentist’s office in the city this spring and hope to have their new clinic open [in July].”
Brewer touted how the new abortion facility in Las Cruces, which used to be a dental office, has a parking lot in the rear, making it harder for pro-life sidewalk counselors to help pregnant mothers turn around and not go through with the baby-killing abortion.
“You have antis who were in these 20-some states that are fixing to close — what are they going to do?” she said. “This is all they know, and this is all they’ve been doing,” said Brewer to the Tribune.
New Mexico has long been the abortion capital of the Southwest and the late-term abortion capital of the country. But in 2021 when radical pro-abortion Democrat politicians did away with all protections for women, babies, and medical professionals, it left open the floodgates for unregulated abortion up to and after birth in the state.
Democrat Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who is up for reelection in November, signed the controversial bill after spending big bucks to knock off moderate pro-life Democrats from the state Senate chamber so she could ram through the unlimited abortion bill.
Just last week, Lujan Grisham signed an executive order shielding fugitive abortionists from extradition to other states where they have illegally performed abortions. More of this pro-abortion radicalism is expected in the upcoming 2023 Legislative Session, where Democrats are likely to propose more anti-life bills.