Wednesday, May 08, 2013

"Contraception" is Murder, June 2, 11-4, 2013


formerly, Abortion is Murder, and, before that, skyp

(stop killing young  people)


June 2, 2013,  Vol. 11   No. 4

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 241

Editor, John Dunkle


  “Contraception” is Murder, a weak, pathetic response to baby murder, is sent out at least once a month.  If the gestapo hasn’t jailed you yet for defending the innocent realistically, you either have to tell me you want it or go to the website.  Emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs, two grand for others.


  Because I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect those being tortured to death, I want to hear from people who’ve been forceful and from those who defend them.  I’d also like to hear from those who oppose the prolife use of force and call it violence.



Prisoners  For  Christ:


1.        Curell, Benjamin D., Monroe County Jail
301 N College Ave., Bloomington, IN 47404

2.         Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180,  FCI, PO Box 1500, El Reno, OK 73036

3.         Griffin, Michael 310249, BRCF, 5914 Jeff Atles Rd., Milton, FL 32583-00000

4.         Grady, Francis 11656-089, USP Terre Haute, PO Box 33, Terre Haute, IN 47808

5.         Holt, Gregory 129616   Varner Supermax, PO Box 600, Grady, AR 71644-0600    

6.         Kopp, James 11761-055,  USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, Waymart, PA 18472 

7.         Roeder, Scott 65192  PO Box 2, Lansing, Kansas 66043

8.         Rogers, Bobby Joe 21292-017, USP Beaumont,  PO Box 26050, Beaumont, TX 77720

9.         Rudolph, Eric 18282-058  US Pen. Max,  Box 8500, Florence  CO 81226-8500

10.       Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A,  P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093   

11.       Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, USP, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg  PA 17837



  The very brave Randy Engel has me thinking:


  The root of abortion is contraception! Let me say it again. The root of abortion is contraception!

  The court decision that ushered in Roe v. Wade was Griswold v. Connecticut.  And until Humanae Vitae is preached and preached and preached, attacking abortion is like cutting the snakes off the head of Medusa. They will grow back stronger than ever.

  Cardinal Burke recognizes the importance of individual bishops fighting the culture of death relentlessly. But it must include calling people back to the integrity of the sexual act itself. 

  Contraception is a love-killing act that precedes the baby-killing act. Both need to be fought vigorously by our shepherds.


  Will Randy persuade me to change the name of the newsletter again, this time by dropping the quotation marks around “Contraception,” and changing “is” to “leads to”?

  I use the marks to attack practices like the ingestion of RU-486 and the insertion of the diaphragm that do not result in contraception at all, but in murder.  And I did not realize that “Grisleyworld” was key!

  This comment from the Catholic bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska might influence my decision:  


  The Gosnell case suggests that our society’s view of human life is deeply wrong. It suggests that a culture of contraception cannot avoid becoming a “culture of death”—in which some lives are seen not as gifts, but as burdens.


  Engel writes in response to an interview Cardinal Burke gave to Hilary White on April 23 in, and she’s not happy with it:


  Surely Cardinal Burke jests. The NCCB/USCC [USCCB] is the main reason why we are in such an anti-life pickle especially its promotion of sex instruction and silence on government population control. For 40 years the Prolife Movement has had to fight the anti-life compromises of the NCCB/USCC along with the anti-life establishment.  Someone needs to sit Burke down and explain to him the facts of life and death in AmChurch with its homosexual-dominated hierarchy.. . .

  Instead of giving awards to pro-abortion politicians and leaders, they need to start acting like supporting the murder of the innocent is the atrocity it really is. 

  Cardinal Dolan (and other princes of the Church in the United States), stop honoring and kowtowing to the modern Hitlers in our midst. Hitler didn't kill the innocent personally, he developed the policies and authorized the atrocities.  When you honor our modern Hitlers and Stalins and Pol Pots and Maus, you become a serious part of the problem.

  Please act like men, like shepherds who defend the sheep from the wolves and fathers who face death rather than let their children be slaughtered. Please, Your Excellencies, stop giving us stones and snakes when we ask for bread and fish!


  Read the interview.  Do you think Randy is fair?




  Cal suggests I change the second paragraph in column 1 to this:


I think we can all agree there is nothing peaceful, nonviolent, or prolife about letting innocent children be killed. So I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect children from being tortured to death. I want to hear from people who’ve been forceful and from those who defend them. I’d also like to hear from those who oppose the prolife use of force and call it violence.


  Again, what do you think?




  And Jake nails one in the local paper:


Editor:    It apparently escaped the attention of the Eagle, but, in the midst of the horrors of the Gosnell trial in Philadelphia, President Obama used the occasion to speak at Planned Parenthood and impugn the motives of pro-life activists.  It seems the only reason our president can think of for defending the lives of innocent, helpless unborn babies is to “drag us back to the fifties.”  Come to think of it, some of us would gladly swap today’s culture for that of the fifties.




  In Jewels Green’s remembrance here, I’m the “man who was also in attendance”:


  Did you ever love someone so much you ignored your own needs, putting those of your beloved ahead of yours?

  Did you ever love someone so much that you sacrificed your time and energy for only the hope of doing good for them, helping them, protecting them?

  Did you ever love a stranger so much that you did these things–without complaint–with unwavering dedication for days and days? Months? Years? Decades? …

  When I worked at an abortion clinic throughout my early twenties, I thought I knew the truth. In spite of my own life-changing and horrific experience of being pressured into an abortion and my subsequent suicide attempt–I had convinced myself (tricked myself?) into believing abortion was a necessary service. I thought we were doing good. I thought *I* was doing good. I thought we were helping these troubled women facing insurmountable obstacles. I thought we were relieving them of their burdens, eliminating their problems. We only eliminated their pregnancies–we only eliminated their babies–not their problems. I know that now, but decades ago I did not.

  We called the pro-lifers outside “anti’s”, short for “anti-abortion” and we openly joked about them.

  But there was one protestor, one man, who caught and held my interest. For years. He was routinely alone, and even if there were others present (especially on a Saturday, the busiest day in the abortion industry) he stood off to one side, obviously apart from the group. He was there every Saturday, and usually a couple of other days during the week as well. He was there in the rain, the snow, the blistering sun, without fail, for the more than five years I worked at the abortion center.

  He did not hold a graphic sign, he did not have a bullhorn, he did not shout, he never broke the law, he simply held a large picture of Our Lady of Guadalupe and he prayed. And prayed.

  At the time I was a rarely church-going Protestant, and poorly educated in the specifics of other faiths. I’d asked one of my co-workers what was on his sign and I was told it was “the patron saint of Mexico, Our Lady of Guadalupe.” Back then I didn’t know who “Our Lady” was, much less that every “Our Lady of [fill in the blank]” were all different appearances in different places and times of the one Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus. And I certainly didn’t know of the significance of Our Lady of Guadalupe in relationship to the protection of the unborn.

  Even then, when I firmly disagreed with him, I admired him. I was in awe of his dedication, his resolve, his strength, his courage. He was not a young man, and he had to have been uncomfortable–if not in pain–some of those days he selflessly devoted to praying for the unborn babies scheduled to die only a handful of yards away from where he stood. He prayed for the helpless babies of mothers and fathers he’d never met, never knowing if his sacrifice ever bore fruit. I remember often looking out the window at him and wondering what it was he thought he was accomplishing by his seemingly futile efforts to silently dissuade mothers from getting abortions. But I also remember realizing, with a raw and shameful honesty, that there was nothing–no person, no cause–that I cared enough about to do what he was doing.

  When I share my testimony and witness, I often mention this man, and how I credit him with planting seeds in my heart that helped lead to my eventual conversion–both to the pro-life worldview and to Catholicism.

  I can’t speak to whether or not he saved any babies, or touched the hearts of those who accompanied mothers seeking abortions, but I can tell you he reached me. Twenty-odd years later, it is he who I remember, who I still admire, for his refusal to become discouraged.

  Last week I had the privilege of speaking at a fundraising banquet for Lifeline of Berks County, a pregnancy resource center located about 45 miles from the clinic where I used to work in Pennsylvania. I told the story of this man, and the impact he had on me, and a woman approached me after the program to tell me she knew the name of the man I spoke about, and his name was Ed Kuchar. I usually maintain composure when I speak publicly about my experiences (I cry on the way home) but I could not hold back tears when she told me he had passed away a few years ago.  A man who was also in attendance that night e-mailed me today to let me know that he’d met someone who knew this gentleman, as well as his widow, and was looking forward to sharing my story with her.

  Our God is an awesome, unknowable, yet omnipresent force in our lives. In each and every one of us. His love and light will shine through anyone with an open heart. His light will dispel the darkness.

  If you are inspired and grateful for the lasting fruits of the steadfast witness of this one soul bearing witness to evil in defense of life, I invite to join me in praying for Edward J. Kuchar who was called home to our LORD in 2007. May he know peace beyond all understanding in the perfect, eternal, and loving embrace of our LORD.




   I’ve told you before that I occasionally misplace letters PFCs send me.   Here’s one from Paul Ross Evans.  It has no date and I couldn’t make out the one on the envelope, but it must be two or three years old:


 Dear John,  I’ve watched, with concern, all of the hot spots in Northern Africa and the Middle East lately. This has been going on for years, has it not? As far as our pursuit of Taliban forces and Al Qaeda insurgency in Iraq and Afghanistan, after leaving so many young men and women behind, are we any close to defeating militant Islam?  I think not.  But we must support these efforts where they are given honestly.  It is clear that, throughout the “Arab Spring,” in countries like Libya and Yemen, and others, there is turmoil.  But where will this turmoil lead?  Once one tyrant is unseated, another shows up gaining complete control.  Militant Islam is a great enemy of Christendom.  In these types of dynamic social and economic situations, the Lenins and Maos are born.

  In the West on the flip side of things, we don’t have the sea of  social dissatisfaction and poverty that militant Islam recruits from.  This is a key factor in WHY so many are hesitant to give up the comforts we’ve come to know on this side of our vast planet, and trade them for --  risk of arrest, living on the lam, living in a prison, or losing one’s life. In thinking of such issues, I always remember the old verse that rings true:

      Ye have not yet resisted unto  

      blood, striving against sin.

      Hebrews 12:4

  I’ve said before, all men are not meant to resist in such a way.  I still feel this way.  I hear much talk in this newsletter, and in other circles, that all are called to be soldiers in the wordily battlefield.  All are called to resist evil. This much is true.  But we all must remember that there are different ways to resist evils, domestically and abroad.  For Paul also said:

      . . . we wrestle not against flesh

      and blood, but against

      principalities, against powers,

      against the rulers of darkness of

      this world, against  spiritual

      wickedness in high places. 

      Ephesians 6:12

    Living in countries – not necessarily 3rd world – but countries that do not have the luxuries and amenities that we have grown used to, a citizen glimpses the raw importance of God and Nation.  In the United States we have been taken care of so nicely for so long (most of us weren’t alive during the Great Depression) we have never known poverty or hardship, real hardship.

    Communism was successful in many Asian countries because their propaganda efforts focused on the “betterment of a poor class.”  Around the world at the time, such Communist literature and efforts circulated, we (Americans) were seen as self-righteous, pampered, pompous know-it-alls (as we are in most cases today.

  My point with all this is simple: In our efforts today to spread the Word of the Lord, sowing the seed of the Good News (and simultaneously battling the lies of Communism and Militant Islam), we must get off of our high horses.  Domestically, we have to relate to others, destroying the invisible barriers between those of us who have set out to resist abortion, homosexuality, and paganism vs. those who are at the cross    roads of embracing or rejecting such action/ideologies.  I’ll say, again, this is a form of resisting evil as well.

  Now, much has been said about forceful opposition against abortionists.  Obviously, I have chosen to go a certain way, opposing abortion through forceful action, and for that I have no regret.  Throughout history men and women of good conscience have forcefully opposed Evil and tyranny.  Throughout history communities and nations have made simple decisions to physically resist an aggressor who attacks the defenseless.

  Militant Islam resists the West through violent, daily-committed action.  They have lived outside in caves for a decade now, even during the cold winter months.  They sell their own homes to buy so-called anti-aircraft guns, and many thymes lose them after one use. They risk (high-potential) death, sneaking up to well-guarded roads to leave bombs, at the mere chance of inflicting injury.   They leave their families  and their homes for years, and most times come home to  nothing.  For what?  Because they believe that the West is a beacon of paganism, Evil, sexual immorality, homosexuality, child killers, and oppressors.  How far is that from the truth?  What do we really do to promote Christianity, and its values, anymore?  What are we more focused on in this day, making sure everyone is “satisfied and unoffended” or clearly defining Right/Wrong through upright moral codes?

  Here, in the “good ol’ U.-S.-of-A.,” we kill babies. There are men who get up early every day (and women), and feel perfectly safe driving expensive cars, wearing spotless lab coats, with the sole intention of killing as many babies as they possibly can in one day.  No one touches them.  No one bothers them.

  Here you have entire regions of planet earth resisting the West, these Middle Eastern peoples who have dedicated generation after generation to our destruction, all because “we degenerate their morals.”  Yet we, here in our smug homes flipping the remote control, won’t even raise a finger to defend a helpless child.  Why really is backward, demonic, and uncivilized?

  “Self-examination makes for a fine soldier.”


  See, Jimbo?  It’s not always their fault.  (Jim Kopp complains that PFCs don’t write often enough here.)






   If anyone doubts the existence of Satan, have her read “Death of a Revolutionary,” the story of Shulamith Firestone, in the April 15 issue of The New Yorker.

  The Ol’ Boy used Ms. Firestone along with Kate Millett, Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Jo Freeman, Robin Morgan, Marilyn Webb, Ellen Willis, Elaine Showalter, Kathie Sarachild, Carol Giardina, Ti-Grace Atkinson, Susan Brownmiller, and others to usher in our era of child murder, but he ushered in Shulie with greatest intensity:  In March, 1969, Firestone organized the nation’s first abortion speakout, at Judson Memorial Church on Washington Square.”  

  A year later the whole state followed the lead of the woman in Greenwich Village, and four short years after that seven feminine men on the Supreme Court turned the whole country into Satan’s backyard.


  But look what happened to the women Satan used. The feminist writer of the article, Susan Faludi, tells us that “last fall, as I interviewed New York’s founding radical feminists, the stories of ‘social defeat’ mounted: painful solitude, poverty, infirmity, mental illness, and even homelessness.”

    Millet had a nervous breakdown and was committed to a mental hospital.  Ellen Frankfort, the author of “Vaginal Politics,” and Elizabeth Fisher, the founder of Alphra, committed suicide.  And on and on.  Atkinson said, “Sisterhood is powerful.  It kills sisters.” 

  But nothing compares to what Satan did to Firestone.  A friend tells us that he visited this “epicenter of the radical-feminist movement” at her Tenth Street studio apartment and a “cockroach was walking across her desk.  She went to crush it, and its guts smeared out in this really grotesque awful mess.  And her remark?  ‘That’s the story of my life.’”   Then  neighbors complained that “Firestone was screaming in the night and that she had left the taps running  until the floorboards gave way. . . .

  “She withdrew into her old seclusion, not answering the phone or the door.  One spurned visitor recalled that she heard a torrent of Hebrew coming from inside the apartment.  Firestone was reciting Jewish prayers. . . .  She again began to be hospitalized repeatedly, ultimately in the gritty public ward of Bellevue Hospital.”  But she kept returning to her public assistance studio.

  When they found her lying face down there, she had been dead four days.


  The Lord Jesus Christ is not the only one who needs and recruits martyrs to achieve his goals.




  Scott has Neal thinking:


  John, the segment about Scott Roeder’s comments in the last newsletter got me thinking about how easy it would be to create a mathematical model for the likelihood of abolishing legalized abortion using the present tactics advocated by the law-abiding as well and the law-attacking portions of the pro-life movement.


  Neal draws up the mathematical model here that shows it will take us 100 years to end abortion if we wait until a hundred baby killers are terminated.  (Someone had predicted that legal baby killing would end when a hundred of their killers had been stopped cold.) 


  Now I confess I get very perplexed when the most serious group of abortion abolitionists (the people who read your newsletter) come up with a strategy that requires another 80 years of abortionist post-birth abortions before we have even a theory of how to stop this legalized abortion.  I get perplexed because I see those 80 years as actually the day by day legalized slaughter of app. 4000 babies per day.  Oops, that’s another factor in the equation: 4000 X 365 days X 80 years= 63.8 hectagazillion little eviscerated people.

  Now here’s why I think this equation is important.  I get so pissed off when I think about people who think they are leaders in the resistance to legalized abortion when sacrificing another X hectagazillion people is the best strategic thinking they can come up with that it tempts me to figure out a way to just start shooting these abortionist mothermurderers until I personally get the remaining 92 abortionists in Mike Bray’s mathematical model.  But obviously I couldn’t plan, much less talk about, actually doing something like that without getting in very serious trouble.  So I confine my reaction to creating mathematical models that show how utterly preposterous the “strategies” to stop abortion have been up until God showed me the New Army of God strategy explained at

  But alas, people have invested so much of themselves—their time, money, hopes—into utterly doofus strategies that everybody except them know have no power whatsoever to abolish legalized abortion that they won’t even think about admitting those strategies are as bankrupt as the USA is going to be and ask the Living God what He wants them to do now that they’ve realized they are bankrupt.  So I stay pissed off and languished.


  The only people who piss me off more than the once forceful people who refuse to take a delayed enlistment in the New Army of God I advocate are the law abiding pro-lifers whose strategic theories require a mathematical model that includes infinity as an operative element in the equation they sell to their supporters . . . .




  Cathy Ramey introduces this latest gem from Terry Hughes:


  The attached document is from Dr. Terrence Hughes, a distinguished emeritus professor at University of Maine. He has written on the Kermit Gosnell case the media decided to largely ignore out of fear the truths expressed in the trial might "risk a woman's right to abortion."
  I invite you to read the article and gain in nderstanding as to why God is judging America. This is not our only national sin either. It makes it clear why God chose Obama to be the "king" at this time; he is just a useless idiot in the hands of an amazing God.     Stand firm


The Kermit Gosnel of Pennsylvania Avenue


  The President of the United States has admitted he is aware of Kermit Gosnell, a late-term abortionist in Philadelphia who routinely delivers babies alive so he can murder them like Jack The Ripper, but Obama has refused to condemn Gosnell’s serial slaughters, which have been endorsed by Planned Parenthood, America’s leading “provider” of abortions. After cancelling his Thursday speaking engagement at Planned Parenthood’s annual fundraising banquet, claiming he had to go to Texas to mourn victims of a fertilizer plant explosion, Barack Obama made his PP appearance on Friday (26 June 2013) and concluded his speech to a wildly cheering audience by announcing, “I’m fighting with you every step of the way…Thank you Planned Parenthood. God bless you!”

  Why would the “Black” President of the United States invoke God’s blessing on an organization that takes a half-billion dollars annually from American taxpayers and is dedicated to killing without limit the Next Generation of Americans, targeting Black Americans In particular, with 70 percent of PP Abortion Auschwitzes (yes, Auschwitzes) located in Black neighborhoods? Good question. Here’s the answer. PP was founded by Margaret Sanger (Sangre?). In a 1939 letter to patron Clarence Gamble of the Proctor and Gamble fortune, Sanger described what she called her Negro Project. “The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

  Who trumps a Black preacher in advancing this agenda? A Black President of the United States! Especially a President who for twenty years attended the church of preacher Jeremiah “God Damn America” Wright, who baptized his children and whose pro-abortion enthusiasm fits like a glove Obama’s “God Bless Planned Parenthood” enthusiasm.

  Sanger has friends in high places. On 7 July 2009, the New York Times reported U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg as saying, “Frankly, I had thought at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about overpopulation growth and particularly growth in populations we don’t want to have too many of.” Oh? Weren’t we told when the U.S. Supreme Court “legalized” abortion in America in its 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, the goal was to secure “reproductive rights” for women? Doesn’t that mean a “right” to reproduce? Now we find out it was all about preventing “populations we don’t want to have too many of” from reproducing? Doesn’t that sound a lot like the Arbeit Macht Frei (“Work Will Make You Free”) sign above the entrance to Auschwitz in its attempt to deceive? Judie Brown, President of American Life League, reported in her Oct. – Nov. 2012 newsletter, ALL News, that PP has now murdered over 6 million human beings by abortion, equaling the number of Jews Hitler murdered at Auschwitz and other Nazi extermination camps.

  Why couldn’t a Jewish Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court see the connection? Why has the High Court persisted in defending abortion 40 years later when the American death toll is rapidly approaching 60 million, ten time the number of Jews murdered by Hitler? Make no mistake about this. The Supreme Court ruled in 1973 that the U.S. Constitution ”guaranteed” the “right” to kill the entire next generation of Americans. Every single human being. How did the highest court in the land come to be dominated by sociopaths who don’t know right from wrong?

  PP’s abortion tentacles are slithering into every facet of American life, with lavish funding by the Obama Administration and Congress increasing every year, so taxpayers now subsidize PP with a half-billion dollars annually, while American unemployment and debt climb to ever higher levels. PP is actively getting political support for brainwashing children from K through 12 in public schools with its pornographic “sex education” propaganda in which the only “sin” is having a baby and the only “salvation” is unrestricted abortion. Undercover investigators James O’Keefe and Lila Rose have videos documenting PP provides abortionists for the U.S. sex-slave traffic, killing babies of pregnant underage girls, mostly from Latin America, trapped in that criminal marketing of human flesh, and documenting that PP accepts money specifically earmarked to abort Black babies. PP fights any attempt to inform pregnant women about the dangers of abortion and to provide life-affirmative alternatives. PP is determined to keep pregnant women ignorant and aborted, taunting the mythical hillbilly who wants them barefoot and pregnant. PP operates Abortion Auschwitzes every bit as criminal as Kermit Gosnell’s House Of Horrors in Philadelphia. Gosnell calls it the Women’s Medical Society clinic. Sounds a lot like “Arbeit Macht Frei” doesn’t it?

  Gosnell’s House Of Horrors has been blacked out by the fanatically pro-abortion “mainstream” media. Gosnell’s charnel house has nonetheless become known to the American people: ripped and stained surgery beds that are decades old, blood-stained furniture and blankets, rusting dirty disposable surgical instruments reused again and again, ultrasound, defibrillator, EKG, pulse oximeter, and blood pressure equipment that is broken and not used, an “emergency exit” door that is padlocked, the overpowering stench of death from decaying dead baby parts everywhere, and the smell of urine and excrement from “feeding” cats literally made Pennsylvania investigators vomit. Gosnell has a specialty: drug-induced labor so he can murder babies born alive. He either cuts their throats or jams scissors into the back of their necks and “snips” their spinal cord. And if he doesn’t do it, his “assistants” do it, even teenage girls with no medical training. And they joke about it. Gosnell bragged he murdered one baby who survived his abortion and was so big “I could have walked him to the bus stop.” Gosnell also has a sexual fetish. The feet of babies he has murdered fill large jars all over his Women’s Medical Society “clinic”.


  When the pro-abortion media finally began to cover Gosnell’s trial in Philadelphia, it downplayed eye-witness testimony and accused pro-life activists, such as Operation Rescue which exposed Gosnell and demanded a criminal investigation, of “forcing” Gosnell to become a “back-alley butcher” like those the media claimed, without proof, were rampant when abortion was still criminal activity. The truth is, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Philadelphia’s politically correct law enforcement establishment refused to investigate Gosnell, despite repeated complaints from his female victims. Even when he murdered one of them, “the law” protected him.


  One more thing. Kermit Gosnell, like Jeremiah Wright is an “almost white” Black man. The women he aborts and the babies he murders are Black. His decrepit Abortion Auschwitz operates in a Black neighborhood. Just what Margaret Sanger wanted. And our Black President refuses to condemn him by name or even mention him. Just as Margaret Sanger wanted. Had Gosnell been active back then and if abortion had been legal, she could laud him when she roused the rabble at Ku Klux Klan rallies.

  Now we learn that PP runs an abortion charnel house in Wilmington, Delaware, much like Gosnell’s, with local and state authorities casting a “blind eye” on its criminal activities. Two whistleblowers, Jayne Mitchell-Werbrich and Joyce Vasikonis, who worked there, called it a “meat market style of assembly-line abortions where the abortionist refused to wear gloves, surgical instruments were reused without being cleaned, and ‘bloody drainage’ remained on abortion tables between procedures, exposing women to blood-borne diseases.” And what does the President of the United States say? “God bless Planned Parenthood!” Obama on gun control: “If there’s a step we can take to save even one child, we should take that step.” Obama on murdering over 6 million children: “God bless Planned Parenthood!”

  PP has now come out in favor of murdering babies who survive abortion and who are therefore American citizens. That’s what Kermit Gosnell does. And what does President Obama say? “God bless Planned Parenthood!” Why? Because Obama also believes in murdering babies who survive abortions.     (tbc) _________________________________



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