A woman who has made tons of money from her abortion business and is reputedly a millionaire, just loves her work, describing her life as her “dream.”
Merle Hoffman, nicknamed the “Millionaire Abortionist” by Forbes, runs Choices, a large abortion business in Queens, New York City. The business aborts babies through the 24th week of pregnancy, Life News reports. And Hoffman profits enormously; early-term abortions cost $425 and those close to the legal limit of 24 weeks cost $2,000, as the East Hampton Star notes. Life News reported that in 2016 her clinic saw revenues of roughly $10 million.
Hoffman, who co-founded and became president of the first national professional organization of abortion providers, the National Abortion Federation, in 1977, organized the first pro-choice civil disobedience action at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in 1989. She lives slightly better than the babies she has helped murder; the East Hampton Star writes of “her grand weekend house in the tony Cedar Point Park enclave … The Elizabethan Age theme echoes throughout the castle-like residence… Inside the hefty arched wooden doorway, it’s all soaring ceilings, winding staircases, and baronial chandeliers. There’s even wallpaper printed to look like excavated medieval bricks.”
Hoffman told the East Hampton Star, ““I’ve been on the front line for 46 years,” but added, “It’s today. This is my dream. My life is meaningful, challenging, stressful, and extremely exciting at times.”
Hoffman, who had an abortion herself when she was young, has a gentle view of pro-lifers counselors who stand outside abortion clinics, calling them “the American Taliban.”
And here she is, boasting about her actions: