When “A Modest Proposal” Isn’t Humorous Parody

     A practitioner of partial-birth abortions, Leroy Carhart, talks about an in utero termination as “like putting meat in a Crock-Pot,” in hidden video seen below.  The operation involves poison introduced in utero with subsequent extraction of the corpse days later.  When questioned about having a dead baby in her, the doctor says:

“No, it’s like putting meat in a Crock-Pot, okay? . . . in a slow cooker”

     The full recordings can be seen here and here.

     When Jonathan Swift talked about eating babies, he was clearly being facetious.  The doctor above, while trying to rack a joke, is far from utilizing satire to make a moral point, but rather cover up the reality of what he was doing.

     Of course, attempts at humor like that are even less funny when the truth is that they don’t care about the woman one bit.  A woman died of complications after an abortion performed by Dr. Carhart.  Much like with convicted baby murderer Kermit Gosnell, legalization of late-term abortions does not eliminate the dangers of unsafe and sanitary conditions that allegedly only occurred in the pre-Roe days.

     Neither Gosnell nor Carhart are aberations.  In another closed down clinic, this time in Ohio, the staff were stealing women’s blood, amongst other horrors that legalization of all abortions were supposed to prevent.  Once such record from the clinic sums this up succinctly:

“Patient #6 was admitted to the facility on 12/05/12. Review of the surgical procedure documentation revealed there was no documented evidence the identification of the patient was checked, a physical exam was completed, or that a beginning or ending time for the procedure had been recorded. Review of the checklist before anesthesia revealed no vital signs were checked before or after IV sedation.”

     Under the guise of protecting women from the likes of Todd Akin, so-called feminists have allowed these horror shows to exist, and even to protect them.

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