An abortionist who as of last year listed the Clinton Health Access Initiative as an employer, reportedly had to send her Planned Parenthood abortion patient to the hospital following a medical emergency Friday.
Nicola Moore, who’s called the “fly-in” abortionist, traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska to allow Planned Parenthood to resume abortions after the facility’s long-time regular abortionist retired at the end of April, as pro-life group Operation Rescue reported. Less than two weeks after Moore, whose Nebraska medical license was recently reinstated, began performing abortions at the clinic, a patient suffered a medical emergency and was transported to a local hospital by ambulance.
Moore, who has been known to don a mask of the likeness of one of the Three Stooges while enroute to work, was granted a medical license by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine in November of 2014, after submitting an application in which she lists the Clinton Health Access Initiative as an employer, beginning April of 2013.
Both the Clinton Global Initiative and the Clinton Health Access Initiative are funded by the Clinton Foundation. As the new book, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich details, the Foundation raked in donations from foreign countries while Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State in the Obama administration.
The Clinton Health Access Initiative, created by President Bill Clinton in 2002, was initially launched as an effort to fight HIV/AIDS around the world. But in 2012, through a partnership with Planned Parenthood Federation of America, it expanded its purview to include contraception distribution and abortion access to women in Africa and Latin America.
According to the Clinton Foundation:
In 2012, Planned Parenthood Federation of America committed to combat the vulnerability of youth to unintended pregnancy, unsafe abortion, HIV/AIDS and other STDs, and cultural taboos around age and sexuality, by empowering a cadre of youth leaders and peer providers in the U.S., Africa, and Latin America. With six new partners in Africa and three new partners in Latin America, Planned Parenthood Global will train Youth Peer Providers in basic contraceptive counseling and prepare them to provide clients (friends, classmates, and acquaintances) with consistent access to modern pregnancy and STD prevention methods, including contraceptive pills and condoms, and injectables. In the U.S., Planned Parenthood Global will sponsor two global youth fellowship programs and a national youth organizing strategy to build the capacity of the next generation to fight for stronger investments in global health, including women’s and young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health care.
In 2011, the Santa Fe Reporter interviewed Moore who used the alias “Clara Taylor,” and identified herself as a “fly-in” or “circuit provider” abortionist who works in clinics that can’t find local doctors willing to perform abortions.
The news account states:
Clara’s unconventional career choice stems from what she describes as a deep-seated desire to “save the world.” But by electing to leave her home city for parts of the country where people are less hospitable to abortion, she has sacrificed her schedule, her personal life, her salary, and even her health care (she is considered a consultant, not an employee). “I don’t have benefits,” Clara says with a laugh, “but I do have frequent-flyer miles.”
Operation Rescue president Troy Newman said now that Moore is back working again at Planned Parenthood in Nebraska, “we can only expect more ambulances, injured women, and dead babies.”
“The radically pro-abortion Clinton-Planned Parenthood-Moore collaboration is now exporting substandard abortion practices to vulnerable women in third-world countries in a program that smacks of Margaret Sanger’s brand of eugenics,” Newman added. “This is the real ‘war on women’ and it is being waged on a global scale.”
In 2009, Hillary Clinton received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award, named after the famed eugenicist and abortion industry giant’s founder. In accepting the award, Clinton said:
Now, I have to tell you that it was a great privilege when I was told that I would receive this award. I admire Margaret Sanger enormously, her courage, her tenacity, her vision … And when I think about what she did all those years ago in Brooklyn, taking on archetypes, taking on attitudes and accusations flowing from all directions, I am really in awe of her.
“Here at home, there are still too many women who are denied their rights because of income, because of opposition, because of attitudes that they harbor,” Clinton continued. “But around the world, too many women are denied even the opportunity to know about how to plan and space their families. They’re denied the power to do anything about the most intimate of decisions.”
More recently in April, Clinton told attendees at the Women in the World Summit that laws protecting abortion must “be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”