Mar 3, 2013 - Marian Bellinger, RivertonEditor:
We recently picked up a film featuring abortion providers telling the industry from the feet up. It is money. They don't do it gratis. No options offered in the clinic. There's only one way.
Adoption is not mentioned, nor homes that are run for pregnant girls, where some keep their children and some give their children for adoption. A girl's weaknesses are worked on by sympathetic counselors who look for a weak spot.
Personnel are desensitized to the gruesome procedure over time. The money made this way puts providers' kids through college land enables practitioners to live the good life.
One girl working there had horrible nightmares. That ended in her leaving. A doctor who performed 32,000 abortions but couldn't have children of his own was able to adopt two. The older one was hit by a car and died. That did it for him. No more killing. He said he saw himself as a paid assassin.
He used to wonder why he couldn't just adopt one of the children a mother didn't want right there. But it doesn't work that way. Huge money is exchanged. A lot goes unreported The IRS, normally a watchdog looks the other way.
As in all surgeries, there are some disasters. Lives are changed forever, and lost. Upon awakening, mothers cry "I killed my baby." They know it then and there.
Ultrasound is avoided. It shows a human being. It shows movement and life. Babies put up the fight of their lives, and a mother can fell that. But by then it's too late.
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