Pro-life activist Lila Rose, working with LiveAction.org, published the following undercover video on Sunday, April 28, that seems to indicate that what abortionist Kermit Gosnell did in Philadelphia — kill newborns after botched late-term abortions — isn’t the aberration we thought it was. It happens every day all over the nation.But while Gosnell’s favored method of snuffing the life from the child was to sever the newborn’s upper spinal cord, this video reveals that the Bronx facility immersed the infant in a jar filled with a toxic solution.
Need further proof that this practice is more widespread than most want to believe? While a member of the Illinois Senate, our own president voted three times against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act.
Today, the president claims he would have voted for that act “had it included language to protect abortion rights guaranteed by Roe v. Wade, as the federal version of the bill did,” as Townhall Magazine reported.
However, as chairman of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee in 2003, he voted to include such language in the act, then subsequently voted to kill it in committee.
In the following video the “undercover mother” is told by the facility’s employee that the fetus is sucked out of the womb and generally comes out “in pieces,” which are placed “in a solution, and they send it out to the lab … to make sure everything came out of you.”
When asked what happen if the fetus comes out alive (twitching, breathing), she’s told, “The solution will make it stop.” The employee laughs and says, “It’s not going to be moving around in the jar.”
When asked, “What if it, like, pops out, like, at home?” she;s told, “Flush it!”
She’s later told that in such an instance, call the abortion clinic — not the hospital.
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