The most prolific serial killers in the history of the U.S.

By Tom Quiner

These men know how to kill:

1. Gary Ridgeway, aka “The Green River Killer,” 49 victims

2. Ted Bundy, 35 victims

3. John Wayne Gacy, 33 victims

They hold the distinction of being the most prolific serial killers in the history of the U.S. Dr. Kermit Gosnell has topped them according to witnesses.

Officially, Dr. Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortionist, is being tried for the murders of 8 human beings, one adult and 7 newborns who survived abortions.

Witnesses testify that over the past three decades he actually killed over one hundred babies outside of the womb, which would make abortionist Gosnell the most prolific serial killer in the history of the country, using a universally accepted (if inadequate) standard that a baby is a human being outside of the womb.

The media lavished mountains of coverage on the trials of each monster listed above. Yet it continues to ignore the horror of Dr. Gosnell’s crimes.

Even more, the same media that has faithfully covered stories of  big, bad Wall Street businesses running amok due to inadequate government regulations has ignored that gaping lack of regulation that allowed Dr. Gosnell’s “house of horrors” to flourish.

Liberals call for increased regulation of everything but abortion factories.

Gosnell’s factory was inspected but once in seventeen years, and that was only due to a drug raid in 2010. State officials ignored complaints, allowing infanticide to continue.

Thank goodness for the internet and Fox News. The mainstream media’s blackout would have been the end to this story not that long ago.

No more.

Now they are exposed for what they are: shameless shills for abortion who are willing to give a serial killer a free pass no matter how many human beings he has killed.

Abortion is that sacred to this crowd.


  1. tannngl on April 12, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    Reblogged this on tannngl.

  2. Nick on April 14, 2013 at 8:27 am

    You’re right on the money with your commentary on this, Tom. The lack of coverage is astonishing — and disgraceful.

    • quinersdiner on April 14, 2013 at 10:08 am

      Thanks for writing. Great to hear from you.