The movie Democrats don’t want you to see: “Gosnell: The trial of America’s biggest serial killer” 4

By Tom Quiner

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The trial of the century was largely ignored by the mainstream media. Now you can relive the story Big Abortion tried to keep quiet by catching the shocking movie opening tonight, “GOSNELL, THE TRIAL OF AMERICA’S BIGGEST SERIAL KILLER.”

The Gosnell Movie

Kermit Gosnell ran an abortion clinic which he called the ‘Women’s Medical Society.’ In fact, it was a filthy abortion factory catering to low-income minority women, and we mean filthy morally and in terms of sanitation.

“Doctor” Gosnell specialized in late term abortions. According to employees, babies survived late term abortion procedures hundreds, maybe even thousands of times. Dr. Gosnell developed a special pair of scissors he would use to “snip” the spinal cord of the baby to “complete” the abortion.

Politically-correct government inspectors gave him a pass

If only these babies had died in the womb as planned, Dr. Gosnell, would have been just fine. The city of Philadelphia didn’t inspect the clinic for years because Gosnell catered to minority women. In other words, they essentially gave him a pass for political-correctness reasons. Or maybe they just thought minority women and babies don’t count as much as white ones. 

When a woman died from a botched abortion, they finally had to go in and check things out, and what they discovered was horrific. Fetal body parts were everywhere. The place smelled. It was a cesspool of filth.

Instead of a cynically named “Women’s Medical Society,” pro-life groups accurately characterized the place as a “House of Horrors.”

Untold deaths

As the investigation unfolded, the magnitude of his crime became known and charges were filed for manslaughter in the death of the woman mentioned above, and for 3 babies killed after birth. Even though there were hundreds, maybe thousands of additional deaths, three were sufficient to bring charges.

When he was arrested, cops found Gosnell had a stash of $240,000 in cash at his house. He earned something like $1.8 million per year aborting black babies, while paying his staff minimum wage. There’s big money in aborting black babies apparently.

Here’s where things get really interesting. When his trial began, the courthouse reserved plenty of seating for the press, only they didn’t show, except for a few conservative news outlets.  The liberal mainstream media had no interest in covering the story which exposed the lie that abortion is all about “women’s reproductive health.”

The abortion industry is all about death, greed, and exploitation of black women and babies, a politically-incorrect topic for a media that has the back of Big Abortion.

The Gosnell movie tells this story.

It’s a hard story to tell, because Hollywood tried to block the producers of the film, so they had to crowd-fund the project.

They started with Kickstarter, who blocked them, so they had to use Indiegogo to raise the funds to produce this film.

Even now, the MSM is trying to stifle the story. Outlets like CNN, Facebook, and NPR aren’t covering the story. NPR won’t allow sponsored ads for the Gosnell movie because it uses the word “abortionist” and NPR claims that they run a “value neutral” platform.

Support this entertainment aberration: an unvarnished exposé of the reality of human abortion.

The difference between pro-life and abortion advocates Reply

By Tom Quiner

Have you ever prayed outside of Planned Parenthood? I have countless times over the years. I’ve noticed something: pro-life supporters are joyful. Abortion supporters are enraged. Abortion breeds anger.

Both groups use their hands to react. Abortion supporters raise their middle finger. (I mistakenly thought that they were saying that we were #1!) Pro-life supporters raise their thumb towards Heaven.

Both groups use their car horns to react. Abortion supporters angrily blast their horn and don’t let up: “BREEEEEEEET!!!!!!!” Pro-life supporters offer quick taps in rapid fire succession: “Beep, beep, beep!” (Note that they usually come in a sequence of three taps, which I firmly believe is a sign of the Holy Trinity).

Both groups use their vocal chords to react. Abortion supporters might communicate with the words, “GO TO HELL!!!!!!” Pro-life supporters tend to say, “God bless yoouuuu!!!”

A big difference: no abortion supporter has brought us Krispy Kreme donuts or hot chocolate from Frederichs when we’re praying in a cold rain, and no abortion supporter has pulled over and handed us a twenty dollar bill to support the cause.

We all have issues on which we disagree. Pro-lifers can certainly get worked up talking about the carnage of human abortion, but I just don’t see the unfettered rage that so animates the abortion movement.

The Irish experience

John McGuirk

John McGuirk eloquently captures the contrast between the two groups in a series of Tweets. Mr. McGuirk was the Communication Director for ‘Save the 8th,’ a leading pro-life group in Ireland, and as you know, Ireland just overwhelming voted to overturn legal protections for the pre-born. When abortion groups should be celebrating, they seem angrier than ever, says Mr. McGuirk:

Angry victors

“Rarely in my life have I seen people angrier about winning than the repealers. Cheer up folks, it’s not that bad. There’ll be something along shortly for you all to focus your never-ending anger on, I’m sure.

Today I went to Stonehall Wildlife Park in Limerick (which is brilliant – take your kids) and petted a parrot, and several rabbits and goats. I come home to another 2,000 tweets from the angriest, craziest people in Ireland. Your unhappiness will never be fixed by a vote, folks.

The problem is the 8th amendment was never what was making you angry in the first place. It’s not the schools or the hospitals, or the ban on euthanasia either. No social reform is going to make you people happy. You’re all looking in the wrong place.

Something is missing

The deep injustice many people feel, and the power to change the country that they now wield, is missing something – there’s no vision in it for how to make people feel happy. Once all the “oppression” is gone, they’ll have to confront the fact that their misery is their own.

It was never the journey that was lonely. It was never the country that was cruel. It was never the church that was oppressing you. The movement you are in won’t leave you fulfilled and happy. It will just leave you all angry in company.

In terms of the calls to silence me, or others – hah. You guys own the country now. You own the media, the political class, the culture. You can keep pretending that a minority voice is holding you back, or you can realise that it’s actually an oppression of your own making.

A symbolic victory?

One thing I kept hearing yesterday was that this was a “symbolic” victory. There are many more symbolic victories to be had – blasphemy, the role of women, the pre-amble. Lots more totems of the past to tear down. None of them will fix the problem.

Abortion leaves emptiness in its wake

The problem is that all of those victories are empty of meaning. Even this one. Having an abortion in Louth will not be more fun than having one in London. It remains an abortion. You’re not “free”. You’re just miserable, probably in greater numbers, closer to home.

The Irish liberal left has nothing to offer you whatsoever, beyond days like yesterday. A momentary feeling of togetherness. It can’t provide you with a good job, or a loving partner, or security. All it does is provide you with an enemy to hate.”

Thumbs up to Mr. McGuirk!

Beep, beep, beep!

“God bless yoouuuu!”

[This post was first published by Iowans for LIFE. Be sure to mark your calendar for Iowans for LIFE annual fundraising banquet on October 24th, 2018. You’ll be treated to a dramatic presentation of “A Clash of Creeds.” Reserve your table today!]