Mexico’s national healthcare system, the Instituto Mexicano de Seguro Social (IMSS), is adding critical new infrastructure to help international migrants achieve their American Dream by aborting their children before they cross the border.
The new venture is called the “Alyssa Milano Memorial Migrant Healthcare Clinic,” and the first facility is now open in Tijuana just south of the San Ysidro Port of Entry. Other clinics will open along the border in coming months.
A billboard near the clinic tells women to “be free to be yourself” and “life in America would be completely lacking all its great joys without an abortion.”
Milano, who recently opened up about her own abortions in 1993, said she first considered opening the clinic on U.S. soil.
“But when the Mexican government approached me, it was a no brainer,” Milano said. “If immigrant women want to abort their babies so they can live the American Dream, why should it be any of our f**king business?”
The actress — who last appeared in the TV series Insatiable — said the clinic is “all about freedom.”
“I never would have married David, or had my career, if I’d given birth to those two children in 1993,” Milano said. “And I wouldn’t be fighting against oppression now.”
The clinic is the first IMSS facility to offer services in both Spanish and English, and could provide abortions for American women if Planned Parenthood loses government funding.
“We’re also considering a mobile clinic that will provide abortions while migrant women drivers wait in their cars,” Milano said. “It’s not feasible yet, but we’re hoping Google can help with the logistics.”