I've known about Dr. Gosnell for some time now, it has been reported by the pro-life media since 2011. I didn't think much of it, because people know what abortion is. If you're pro-choice, you don't care and choose to ignore. If you're pro-life you realize spreading pictures of dead fetuses really doesn't work, but instead we try on helping pregnant women with the needed resources to choose life before making it to the abortion clinic.
But then again, if we want to talk about the truth of abortion. Let's talk about the procedure, and let's talk about the women who have to live with abortion. Let's not insult the issue, by declaring it's a woman's reproductive right in campaign advertisements endorsed by NARAL and Planned Parenthood for Ed Markey. OK Democrats. OK. And you too, Republicans.
This is different
J.D. Mullane is the Bucks County Courier Times columnist who took the photo of the empty rows of media seating at the Kermit Gosnell trial. His column titled “What I saw at the Gosnell trial” is a must-read. According to Mullane, someone from CNN called to question the accuracy of his courtroom photo. Mullane’s pitch-perfect response was boom-worthy: “Go to Philly & see.” That’s when he says he was told a “small staff” made sending a reporter impossible.
The article in question is written by J.D. Mullane, the only reporter in the courtroom. The article contains photos of the dead fetuses piled up in a freezer and others exposed in medical trays, including where their spinal cords were snipped. One of the horrifying photos was in my Facebook Feed, somewhere I wish someone didn't put it. I would ask that you read the article, that you witness those images. I won't shove them in your face unwillingly, but it is time we demand more from our politicians, like Ed Markey who brag that they were once pro-life, but now embrace abortion proudly.