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"...the Real Culprits in the Gosnell Case Are Pro-lifers..."

Posted on the 18 April 2013 by Brutallyhonest @Ricksteroni

Mark Shea points to the deception at play in the media and by the abortion defenders in the Gosnell case:

You probably thought that a butcher like Kermit Gosnell was emblematic of an abortion culture that Liarlooks the other way, not only when it comes to government oversight of Chambers of Horrors, but when it comes to our Vigilant Media studiously not reporting that story.  You might even have thought that an Administration that hires Eric Holder to be AG has a certain conflict of interest when Holder’s wife makes money off renting to a chamber of horrors?  You might even have detected a certain stench of hypocrisy when a President who can insert himself into a trial concerning a murder in Florida or weep for the children of Newtown has nothing whatsoever to say about this little taste of Dachau in Philly.

Ah!  But there you’d be wrong.  It turns out the real culprits in the Gosnell case are pro-lifers according to our vigilant media.

“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.” – Adolf Hitler

Simcha Fisher is also writing about the lies being manufactured by those defending the murder of children in (and out) of the womb:

Maybe you've heard:  what Kermit Gosnell did?  It's pro-lifers' fault.

Jezebel says

 "[Gosnell's] business was able to thrive because of limited access to reproductive choice, not because of reproductive choice itself." 

XOJane says: 

These patients had nowhere else to go for safe, compassionate, responsible abortion care, turning to Gosnell as a last resort.  [T]his clinic existed in the first place because of restrictions on abortion access, not because of the supposed inherent evils of abortion. If Gosnell’s patients had been given another choice, they would have taken it ...This situation happened because of a failure of the regulatory system. Not because abortion is bad.

And back in 2011, Amanda Marcotte wrote for Slate:

[T]he pro-choice community exerts quite a bit of effort trying to improve the quality of abortion care, even under the remarkable constraints on provision.  That shady abortion providers get patients at all is something we can safely blame the anti-choice movement for.

So, let's just answer these arguments one by one.

And she does.  

Read it all.  

Pass it on.

Truth will win out.  Truth must win out.

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