The obscene profits of the human abortion industry

By Tom Quiner

Human abortion is all about the money.
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland has fought tenaciously to promote webcam abortions here in Iowa to shore up their withering profits. Webcam abortions have high profit margins because one doctor can oversee human abortions from remote locations. This is critical to an organization that is closing clinics all over the states because of dwindling sales.
Human abortion is all about the money.
Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the proud human abortionist who killed kids, whether they were in the womb or not, knocked down $1.8 million per year providing human abortion services in Philadelphia. At the time of his arrest, he had a cool quarter-of-a-million dollars in cash — IN CASH — in his house. I’m lucky if I can scrounge up twenty bucks.
Human abortion is all about the money.
The former owner of a couple of human abortion clinics in Texas admits that money is the name of the game. Carol Everett spelled it out in black and white:

“Let’s remember, they sell abortions. They don’t sell keeping the baby. They don’t sell giving the baby up for adoption. They don’t sell delivering that baby in any form. They only sell abortions.”

“Sell.” The pre born are a product to the human abortionists. They view the fetus as garbage in the womb, a  leech on the life of their customers, mothers. Their job is to clean out the “garbage” and cash a fat check for their efforts.
Ms. Everett said their sales pitch was finely tuned to “seduce” their prospects, typically young, pregnant women, by pretending to be their friend:

“So the girl calls this number and says, I’m pregnant. How far along are you? What’s the first day of your last normal period? They’ve got their wheel there and they figure it out. This counselor is paid to be this girl’s friend. She is paid to be the authority for this girl. She is supposed to seduce her into a friendship of sorts to sell her the abortion. Every problem this girl has: I don’t want to tell my parents. You don’t have to tell your parents. They don’t have to know. You’re old enough to come in and have it without them knowing. And then the money, and they ask them to go get their money and pay the people back in a year.”

You see, it’s all about the money.
Now, here is where things get delicate. The salesman on the phone at the human abortion clinic knows she has to overcome two key concerns to close the sale.
Concern #1: “Does it hurt?”
Ms. Everett said their sales people were well-trained to overcome these potential objections:

“Oh, no. Your uterus is a muscle, and they hold their hand up if they’re seeing them; if not, they tell them over the phone: It’s a cramp to open it; a cramp to close it; it’s a slight cramping sensation. Everybody’s had cramps; every woman in the world. So they think that’s no problem. I can stand that; I’ve been through it before.”

Concern #2: “Is it a baby?”

“No, it’s a product of conception; it’s a blood clot; it’s a piece of tissue. They don’t even really tell them it’s a fetus, because, you see, that almost humanizes it too much. It’s never a baby.”

This is an entire industry based on lies.
Ms. Everett said “crazy pro lifers” posed a risk to the profit stream for human abortionists. Seems they’d scrounge through the dumpsters looking for aborted little ones (aka fetuses) to give them a proper burial, which is kind of bad PR for human abortionists. So in Texas, the preferred method of discarding the little ones was to run them through disposals.
Wonder what Greenpeace has to say about that?
Money gushes through the human abortion factories of America with each, single death of a human being. Planned Parenthood alone rakes in over a billion dollars a year, and a third of their funding comes from tax payers.
You see, it’s all about the money.