ANOTHER CONFESSION FROM AN ABORTION NURSE
May 28, 2013
The AP headline after Philadelphia’s abortionist butcher Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s conviction said, “Doctor’s case rekindles fiery abortion debate” and the “grotesque wake-up call” for a fruitful discussion. If the jury had any doubts about the second- or third-trimester abortions Gosnell performed at his west Philadelphia clinic, it was a character witness for a co-defendant that cinched it. So, too, did the cell phone photographs staff took of a nearly 30-week baby so large that Gosnell callously joked it could “walk to the bus.”
MEDIA BIAS AND COVER-UP
To say we didn’t know about partial birth abortions is because the biased media made sure to keep the atrocity covered up all these years. It was noted that the first few weeks of Gosnell’s trial, the pews in the jury room reserved for reporters was vacant. But National Right to Life tried to educate people since the bloodless coup by the Supreme Court in 1973 threw God out and became the new god of the nation. By reinterpreting words and using emanation and permutation, along with outright lies, the court freed itself from any limitations. For instance, it’s not a baby, it’s a fetus. The court lied in the Roe v Wade case, claiming no one could know when a new life was formed. Biology books, at least as early as 1930, clearly described in detail that a new life is formed at conception. The justices are not stupid. They just have an agenda and since they were supreme, they couldn’t be questioned.
NO CONSTITUTIONAL BASIS FOR ROE V. WADE
There was no substantial constitutional basis for Roe v. Wade. Even “Roe” (aka Norma McCorvey) later repented and said it was all based on a lie. Abortions were legal to save the death of the mother before Roe. However, until this recent Gosnell abortion case, the odds of new legislation dealing with social issues were slim under our current Supreme Court and getting a new Supreme Court that will overthrow Roe vs. Wade has been a long shot despite all the promises and Republican presidential appointments.
In addition, President Obama addressed a Planned Parenthood’s annual gala on April 26th and used his platform to affirm his continued support of the abortion giant which ponied up some $15 million in its effort to help reelect Obama in 2012. The president concluded his speech with the declaration that if he, his attorney general, and a core of federal judges get their way, “Planned Parenthood is not going anywhere…”
He ridiculed the over 40 states where lawmakers have introduced or passed laws to protect the unborn and he quipped to the supportive chuckles of the audience: “When you read about these laws you want to check the calendar. You want to make sure you’re still living in 2013. Forty years after the Supreme Court affirmed a woman’s constitutional right to privacy, including the right to choose, we shouldn’t have to remind people that when it comes to a woman’s health, no politician should get to decide what’s best for you.” However, this Gosnell abortion case was still being covered up by the biased media on April 26th. The conviction of Gosnell hopefully has shed new light on the subject. The Lord moves in mysterious ways.
Brenda Pratt Shafer, a registered nurse with thirteen years experience, was assigned by her nursing agency to an abortion clinic in September 1993. Since Nurse Shafer considered herself “very pro-choice,” she didn’t think this assignment would be a problem. The National Right to Life published her testimony where she describes what she saw:
“I stood at the doctor’s side and watched him perform a partial-birth abortion on a woman who was six months pregnant. The baby’s heartbeat was clearly visible on the ultrasound screen. The doctor delivered the baby’s body and arms, everything but his little head. The baby’s body was moving. His little fingers were clasping together. He was kicking his feet. The doctor took a pair of scissors and inserted them into the back of the baby’s head, and the baby’s arms jerked out in a flinch, a startle reaction, like a baby does when he thinks that he might fall. Then the doctor opened the scissors up. Then he stuck the high-powered suction tube into the hole and sucked the baby’s brains out. Now the baby was completely limp. “
“I never went back to the clinic. But I am still haunted by the face of that little boy. It was the most perfect, angelic face I have ever seen.” When Right-to-Life protesters tried to call this vile act to the attention of the public, they soon came up against Planned Parenthood and several doctors suing under federal racketeering statutes and the 1994 Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act stifled further protests. Many pro-life protesters went to jail.
HOW ABOUT KARMA
Forgive me if I interject O. J. Simpson who was back in the news at the same time with Gosnell requesting a new trial because he is “innocent” of the charges that put him in prison for the last five years. Everyone knows he “allegedly” killed his wife and her friend but his sharp attorney convinced the jury, “if the glove didn’t fit the jury must acquit” and they did. He was found “not guilty” and now he grows gray and old languishing in a prison cell for a completely different crime. Another form of guilt is this word, Karma. It is expressed in many religions and cultures and can be summed up by “What you do to others will be done to you.” How true it is. Gosnell will live out his final days in prison where he may meet his death at the hands of other criminals. I wonder what kind of Karma awaits President Obama.
FROM ABORTION TO EUTHANASIA
By 1990, euthanasia legislation had already been drafted in many states, including Oregon. Via the initiative Oregon passed it not only once but twice. Now I read in the paper on May 21, 2013 that Vermont becomes the 4th state to allow doctor-assisted suicide – a hybrid of Oregon’s first-in-the-nation law and something less restrictive.
When the powerful elite want to further its socialist agenda, they come to Oregon because it is one of the most unchurched states in the nation so the devil chooses Oregon to implement its ungodly agenda. I may write an article one of these days about all of Oregon’s ”firsts.” You’ll be shocked at how our state has been used as a laboratory in these social experiments, right under our pastors' noses.
In the 1960s the Rockefeller Foundation provided a grant to Oregon State University to devise a system for monitoring behavior which has resulted in everything from the radical environmentalist movement and the spotted owl shutting down our timber industry to Obamacare using the power of FDR/Nixon’s United Nations administrative regulatory departments to interpret the laws and force mandates.
We’ve been watching the testimonies in the news how the Internal Revenue Service stonewalled conservative groups such as the Tea Party and others desiring to have a 501©4 tax exempt status like the left-wing groups and how the IRS used delaying tactics to keep them from the tax exemption so they, too, could raise untold amounts of money to challenge their enemies . IRS claimed they were overwhelmed with conservative tax-exempt applications but author and journalist Ann Coulter so acutely asked if they were so overwhelmed, why did they continue to delay by asking for more and more paper work to be completed? More Karma? Now they are facing some angry Congress people asking questions for which few admit responsibility.
CONTEMPT AND JAIL
I was amused watching Lois Lerner, head of the Internal Revenue Service after declaring her innocence in front of the House Oversight Committee taking the Fifth and with her attorney walked out of the hearing. She should have immediately been held in contempt but Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Cal.) said he had to contact legal counsel. Inasmuch as they are out on recess until after the Memorial weekend, it will be interesting to see if they pursue her further. She has since been put on administrative leave with pay, as usual.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) said, “It is not unusual to transfer people around – change their titles but they never get fired.” May I add, it’s government job security and often comes with bonuses or raises and continued salaries in excess of six figures such as Sarah Hall Ingram who was in charge of the IRS filibustering conservative 501©4 applications for tax exempt status. She was released from her job and put in charge of Obamacare. Doesn’t that give readers a warm, fuzzy feeling?
Contrast Issa’s lack of courage to get tough with Lerner to what happened in a Marion County, Oregon court room in April that made national news. Jurors were instructed not to use any electronic gadgets but when Judge Dennis Graves spotted the glow of a cell phone on the shirt of Benjamin Kohler, 26, he promptly replaced him with another juror and held him in contempt and Kohler spent about 30 hours in the county jail. “This is the first juror I’ve heard caught in a courtroom using a device,” said Greg Hurley, a senior analyst for the National Center for State Courts. “The more common thing is people going home and posting things on Facebook or other places online when they were asked not to.” This was another “first” attributed to the State of Oregon, a state recently polled as the worst out of seven states to retire.
BEYOND ROE vs. WADE
The New York Times on 6/6/1990 told the story about Dr. Jack Kevorkian and his first “death on wheels” using his suicide device (a mobile van) to allow Janet Adkins, who lived in Portland, Oregon, an Alzheimer’s victim, to simply press a button on a gadget he invented and kill herself. He later helped a woman in Detroit with multiple sclerosis and another one with severe osteoporosis. What we were seeing was abortion and beyond Roe –vs- Wade and the inevitable abuses.
Kevorkian was finally charged in the September 17, 1998 in the death of Thomas Youk but said if he was convicted he would starve himself to death in prison. He had gone on hunger strikes each of the two previous times he was jailed.
Kevorkian was accused of murder, criminal assistance to a suicide and delivery of a controlled substance in the death of 52-year-old Youk. Kevorkian said on “60 Minutes” that he injected Youk with a fatal dose of potassium chloride. Youk’s euthanasia was broadcast nationally by the program.
As early as 1958 Kevorkian suggested that convicts be allowed to volunteer for medical tests that were known to be fatal. In 1960 he wrote that killing inmates without experimenting on them was a waste of healthy bodies. In 1980 he stated that all people facing imminent death should be used for experiments. In 1986 he declared that Nazi experiments on Jews were “not entirely negative.” In October 1993, he advocated allowing death row inmates to donate their organs before they are executed.
In communist China, they don’t wait for the criminals to die – they simply hurry the process. And a recent story told about the “Angel of death,” the nurse who was killing people in the hospitals. When this was revealed, he would be let go but the hospitals never put it on his credentials why they released him which allowed him to move on to yet another hospital. He’s finally in prison.
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In January 2007 it was noted Kevorkian had served a little over eight years of his 10-25 year sentence for second-degree murder. He was to be released on parole on June 1, 2007; however, the 78-year old “mercy killing” pathologist was petitioning for mercy, for an even earlier release, based on claims of various health problems: diabetes, hardening of the arteries and vertigo. He was boasting of assisting in over 130 deaths with no remorse or repentance but he couldn’t put himself out of his own misery.
So the generation that wanted to have the right to abort on demand will now meet their fate with euthanasia while Obamacare is killing us softly.
The graphic picture above was drawn by a pro-life patriotic friend named Sharon when we were trying to stop euthanasia in Oregon in the 90s. Need I say more? We’ve simply become throw away humans.
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