With less than a week to go before Memorial Day, I would hope that the department that is responsible makes every effort to bring back the reverence that Shaul Cemetery once represented.
I cannot remain silent. I give voice to the thousands of unborn slaughtered by Kermit Gosnell, Philadelphia abortionist over a period of 31 years. Who came to the defense of the innocent during this shading of blood? Mainstream media remained nearly mute, dismissing the level of importance of this inconvenient truth in favor of giving endless daily accounts of the two-month Jodi Arias trial.
Reportedly, Gosnell ran his butcher shop from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m., then his illicit pharmaceutical operation during the day. FBI/DEA agents shut down his illicit drug operation, prompting the closure of the abortion clinic.
Grand Jury records illuminated routine practices of this “clinic.”
Americans slept safely in their beds during the cries of the unborn being ripped from their mother’s wombs, and even six-month-old fetus being birthed “live” in toilets, then snuffed out by a “snipping” procedure severing the spinal cord. Health Department officials turned a blind eye and deaf ear despite multiple eye-witness complaints of atrocities, failing to order inspections or investigations for at least 17 years.
Politicians, voters and even professed Christians gleefully celebrated “women’s rights,” at the same time women were dying from botched abortion and countless others suffered permanent injury.
Jurors took 10 days to decided that these charges did constitute murder, following five weeks of testimony from former staff and viewing evidence of 45 corpses, stacks of body parts of babies displayed in jars or containers throughout the facility, blood on the floor and reused unsanitary surgical tools, with reports of live babies thrown in the trash.
A number of employees have plead guilty to homicide. Isaiah 5:20
Oh, America the Beautiful, where have you gone?
Kathleen R. Hawk