Another day, another scolding from Preachy Pete.
This time it was without his handy-dandy Bible with all of the inconvenient parts removed.
In case you missed it, 2,246 preserved fetal remains were found in the garage of the home of a 71-year old abortion doctor who died on September 3. The abortionist, Ulrich Klopfer, whose gruesome collection and his unusual name could’ve made him a great Bond Villain, had run several abortion clinics in Indiana, including South Bend. The remains were found at his home in Illinois.
Indiana had suspended Klopfer’s license to practice medicine in 2016 for what one board member called “professional incompetence” and the unsanitary and disturbing practices of his clinics. During the 2016 hearing, Klopfer admitted to performing an abortion in an Illinois hospital on a 10-year old girl who had been raped by her uncle. He did not report the abuse to police and allowed the girl to leave with her parents who did not want to prosecute the uncle. He also failed to report performing abortions on two 13-year olds within the mandated 3-day timeframe. There were other issues with his clinic as well. There were lax standards on administering drugs, and when he sedated some patients, he didn’t have qualified staff to monitor them. The Indiana Board of Health was horrified to learn that Klopfer didn’t give pain medication to all of his patients, only the ones under the age of 16 and those who agreed to pay extra for it.
Klopfer, 71, is likely Indiana’s most prolific abortion doctor in history with numbers going into the tens of thousands of procedures in multiple counties over several decades.
Testimony during Thursday’s hearing – which ended this morning – showed a man who was essentially using the same abortion and sedation procedures from the 1970s and 1980s.
Klopfer told the panel he has never lost a patient in 43 years of doing abortions and has never even had a patient go into cardiac arrest.
“Women get pregnant, men don’t. We need to respect women making a decision that they think is best in their life,” he said. “I’m not here to dictate to anybody. I’m not here to judge anybody.”
You’d think that finding thousands of preserved body parts of aborted babies in the home of “Indiana’s most prolific abortion doctor” would make headlines, but no.
The scant coverage in national media has even raised the curiosity of USA Today‘s editorial editor, David Mastio, who notes the lack of interest in a recent column.
With thousands of ghoulishly stored dead bodies straight out of a horror movie, medical malpractice and a multistate mystery, you’d think the news media would be all over this story. Not so much.
At my request, the conservative Media Research Center looked into coverage of Klopfer and found little interest. No coverage on the nightly broadcast news. Nothing on MSNBC. A story on CNN and a few on Fox News. National newspapers each handled it with one or two stories.
Source: USA Today
It’s not just the Media(D) that has been silent, though.
South Bend’s mayor, Democratic Hopeful Pete Buttigieg, had kept pretty quiet on the revelation despite the close connection to his town. (Klopfer’s other Indiana clinics were in Gary and Fort Wayne.)
But, Preachy Pete was questioned a few days ago about the grisly discovery and he decided to take the opportunity to lecture everyone about the correct contextualization of this horrific news.
It went something like this:
“Don’t politicize the issue, you women-hating bigots! Abortion needs to be protected! So what if a guy that has killed tens of thousands of unborn babies keeps 2200 preserved remains as sick trophy reminders of the moment he snuffed out their innocent lives in the same manner that some serial killers do. It’s not like he gets the accolades he deserves from protecting women for the consequences of irresponsible sex and an inconvenient pregnancy. Women need to be protected — even from themselves and their actions. Really, it takes a man to do that. Did I mention I’m Christian and gay?”
But that’s a paraphrase.
Listen to what he actually said here:
Pete Buttigieg says that he hopes the horror story involving abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer — who had the remains of 2,000+ unborn babies at his home — does not become too political
Buttigieg repeatedly supported an abortion clinic affiliated with Klopfer pic.twitter.com/f01IjTKGab
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) September 18, 2019
It’s shocking that Preachy Pete didn’t quote the ninth Beatitude that he wrote into his Bible in crayon, “Blessed are the abortionists, for they shall play God.”
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Preachy Pete thinks that he is the one who knows what being a Christian means. He also claims that the Bible could be used to argue that life begins with breath and therefore late-term abortion is perfectly acceptable.
He must’ve forgotten that whole part with Mary and Elizabeth greeting each other and John the Baptist leaping in his mother’s womb at the presence of Jesus in utero.
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