By Tom Quiner
Vicki Saporta is the president of the National Abortion Federation.
She explained the problem with Dr. Kermit Gosnell:
“The fact that he wasn’t providing care later and wasn’t ensuring fetal demise and not operating under any established standards of care and outside of the law is the problem in this case, and not indicative of the high quality care available across the country,”
In other words, he was a bad abortionist.
According to Ms. Saporta, he didn’t kill the baby soon enough.
High quality care is defined as killing the kid before delivery, not a minute after, or as Ms. Saporta articulated it. “ensuring fetal demise.”
That’s my take away from the leader of the human abortion movement.