Kermit Gosnell Trial: He Isn't the Only One Conducting Gruesome Abortions

[Editor's Note: This story contains some graphic descriptions of abortion.]

Doctor Kermit Gosnell — who faces murder charges related to a patient who died while under his care and seven newborns said to have been killed after being born alive during attempted abortions — is an outlier. Gosnell is the end result of anti-choice legislation.  More Gosnells will be created if abortions are outlawed.  

These points were among the many talking points pushed by the pro-abortion crowd when conservatives put Dr. Kermt Gosnell – and his Philadelphia abortion clinic – back into the limelight. Now, Live Action — a new media movement dedicated to ending abortion and building a culture of life — has released a new video after a six-month investigation exposing how Gosnell isn't alone when it comes to committing infanticide.

In the video, it states that 41% of all New York pregnancies end in abortion, and a baby born in the Bronx is just as likely to be aborted as born. A Live Action investigator asks about obtaining a late-term abortion at the Dr. Emily's Women Health Center in the Bronx. The woman giving advice at this clinic started working there at 16, and said — while laughing — to "just do it" when the investigator pressed her on the grisly details. Gosnell also had teenagers work in his clinic, who administered anesthesia to patients and other drugs.  Concerning fetal remains in jars, flushing fetal remains down toilets, they're are are shown to be standard operating procedure at this clinic.


Like Gosnell, the "NY abortion counsel ... details what is done with a baby after the abortion and advises to 'flush” the baby down the toilet if he or she is delivered at home before the final stage of the two- or three-day abortion procedure. If it comes out, then it comes out. Flush it. ... if anything, you know, put it in a bag or something or somewhere and bring it to us."

Yet, what happens to the baby after the procedure? What if the child is moving? The clinic adviser says, “If it did come out in one piece, it’s very small.  So they would still have to put it in a container – like, a jar – with solution and send it to the lab." If the baby is twitching a bit, “the solution will make it stop. It’s not going to be moving around in the jar ... that’s the whole purpose of the solution," according to the woman in the video. “It’ll automatically stop. It won’t be able to ... not with the solution."

This is the first in a series of investigative reports exposing America's late-term abortion industry, which is more popular than you think. If anything is becoming clearer, when it comes to fetal remains being treated like trash, flushed down toilets, putting them in jars, and having teenagers assist in the process, Gosnell is surely not an outlier.


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Matt Vespa

Matt Vespa is a conservative blogger living in Virginia.In addition to contributing to PolicyMic, he writes for RedState, PJ Media, IJ Review, and his personal blog Noodle Pundit. He's also the 2013 recipient of Americans for Prosperity Foundation's Andrew Breitbart Award For Excellence in Online Activism and Investigative Reporting. You can reach him at mattvsp@yahoo.com

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