Clear Channel Pulls Abortion Clinic’s Radio Ads

Pro-lifers protest outside the Oak Park, IL office of abortionist Cheryl Chastine on June 26 

The Pro-Life Action League leads a protest outside the Oak Park, IL office of abortionist Cheryl Chastine, June 26

The troubles continue for abortionist Cheryl Chastine.

Since we learned from our friends at Operation Rescue in early April that Chastine had recently become the principal abortionist at South Wind Women’s Center in Wichita, Kansas, the Pro-Life Action League has been holding regular protests outside her office in Oak Park, Illinois for the past three months.

And now, we’ve learned that Clear Channel has pulled South Wind’s radio ads after only (1) day on the air:

This bears repeating: South Wind’s ads hawking “quality reproductive health care” (read: abortion) were pulled “due to complaints.” In other words: Pro-lifers spoke up, made their voices heard, and Clear Channel responded by pulling the ads.

Here we see, yet again, evidence that the abortion cartel is a sinking ship.

Normally, an advertising company will take anyone’s money as long as it’s green. But in the face of a grassroots opposition effort on the part of pro-lifers, Clear Channel decided they didn’t want to touch abortion with a ten-foot pole.

HT: Jill Stanek

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