All over the pro-life blogosphere and social media circles, the trial of Philadelphia “Doctor” Kermit Gosnell is making headlines mainly for NOT making headlines. It seems that the in-utero child killer was caught murdering viable children, crimes for which he is currently being tried. And the lamestream media is passing on the story.
The man murders seven babies – children, for whom all liberals supposedly live – and…nothing from the people who constantly bombard us with why we must protect the environment, combat anthropological global warming, put Obamacare and other government sponsored programs into place – for the children.
What’s up with that?
Well, to be honest, the stories that are coming out about Gosnell’s practice of “women’s healthcare provider” pours daylight on one of the most unregulated and horrific segments of American medicine: the completely unregulated and uninspected abortion industry. This is the stuff the pro-choice crowd does not want anyone to know.
To put it mildly, it sounds perfectly filthy and would never pass for clean in any other part of medicine. Unsterilized instruments, still bloody from previous procedures are described. The bucket of sterilizing solution on the floor. No hospital would stay in business with these practices. And that doesn’t count the trophies from dead babies soaking in formaldehyde in Gosnell’s office. OSHA doesn’t allow this in real hospitals, I hear. Medical waste is burned at incredibly high temperatures. And that doesn’t even touch the unlicensed staff Gosnell employs. He trained them himself.
That’s right. The place where women went to have inconvenient babies killed, according to testimony of people who have worked for Gosnell, was a cesspool of germs spread by not washing – a simple practice we should have all learned as children – and procedures performed by people who really only knew the minimum in medicine.
How’s that for protecting women’s health? (And is this happening anywhere else?)
And the lamestream media isn’t reporting it.
How is this any improvement over the back alleys? How is this any more “safe” when someone else’s blood – and maybe of an incompatible type with the next victim – is haphazardly still on the tools of the trade? How does this prevent the infections and perforations that are STILL KILLING WOMEN? How does this change that vulnerable women are being preyed upon to kill their children?
How is this better for us?
NARAL and NOW, what do you have to say in this matter? They haven’t said, but probably only talk to “real journalists.”
Thank Heaven for alternative media, or this information would be buried with the real jobs reports.