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Secret orientation tape released from late term abortion doc George Tiller

Posted in Abortion Video, Late term abortion, Tiller with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 4, 2014 by saynsumthn

In June of 2006, Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, unveiled a secret orientation tape created by notorious late term abortionist George Tiller.

In this episode of Life Talk, Crutcher interviews Operation Rescue President, Troy Newman, regarding Tiller’s cold and calculating demeanor in the tape.

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The late abortion doctor admits on camera, that he has performed over 60,000 “terminations of pregnancy” with his expertise in “late term pregnancies.”

Throughout the tape, Tiller repeats, “the woman is the patient, the fetus is the problem” in an attempt to rationalize the killing and shifting the blame over to the woman.

Tiller called his method of killing babies through all nine months, “premature delivery of a small stillborn under twilight anesthesia…

On May 31, 2009, Tiller was shot and killed at the Wichita, Kans., church where he was an usher.

Life Talk is a monthly TV show produced by Life Dynamics Inc, http://www.LifeTalkTV.com.

Privacy at risk: ObamaCare, like the abortion industry, works under cover of darkness!

Posted in Life Dynamics, Life Talk, Obama and Planned Parenthood, ObamaCare, ObamaCare Navigators, Planned Parenthood and ObamaCare, Planned Parenthood Navigator, Planned Parenthood ObamaCare, Privacy with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 11, 2013 by saynsumthn

Ben Johnson LifeSite News Life Talk December 2013On the December 2013 show, the cast of Life Talk interviewed LifeSite News‘ US Bureau Chief, Ben Johnson who has done a vast amount of research on the Affordable Care Act a/k/a/ ObamaCare and access unregulated Navigators will have to your private information.

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Johnson points out that abortion giant Planned Parenthood is one of the ObamaCare Navigators. He says that these navigators, who are not required to be back ground checked, can access your personal private information through a federal data hub.

Johnson asks what it would take to prohibit Planned Parenthood from accessing personal data on pro-life leaders pointing out that with ObamaCare, “If you like your privacy you can keep your privacy.”

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Mark Crutcher, producer of Life Talk and president of Life Dynamics, calls ObamaCare a fraud and asks if having the IRS implement ObamaCare is a good idea.

Johnson answers Crutcher’s concerns by reminding the viewers that the IRS has become politicized, has recently targeted pro-life organizations and will now have access to additional personal data on all Americans.

Crutcher ends the interview by saying, “These are truly frightening times that we live in. This situation with ObamaCare, I don’t think that people truly realize how pervasive this thing is and what the potential risks are for this, for the whole country, not just for health care for everything.”

FR Frank Pavone Life Talk Dec 2013

Fr. Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, drew the conclusion that ObamaCare, like the abortion industry, works under cover of darkness, “Just like the abortion industry itself, it works under cover of darkness. They want to hide, distort, lie, cover-up, deceive, withhold, secrecy, darkness. And this is what the Obama administration has made this out to be,” he added.

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Life Talk is a monthly pro-life TV show produced in Denton, Texas by Life Dynamics.

The show is hosted by Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, Priests for Life National Director Fr. Frank Pavone, Bloggers Destiny Herndon-DeLaRosa and Jill Stanek. Sitting in for Operation Rescue president Troy Newman is Leroy Dodd.

You can view the entire show here http://www.LifeTalkTV.com

Visit Life Dynamics here http://www.lifedynamics.com

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Affordable Health Care Act is Abortion Bailout Fund as predicted by pro-life leaders

Posted in Health Care, Life Dynamics, Life Talk, Mark Crutcher, ObamaCare, ObamaCare Navigators with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 11, 2013 by saynsumthn

Michael New Life Talk Nov 2013On the November 2013 show, the cast of Life Talk interviews Michael New, Asst. Professor at the University of Michigan, Dearborn over how the Affordable Health Care Act pays for elective abortions.

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Operation Rescue president, Troy Newman suggests that Life Talk roll back the tape of the cast predicting that the Affordable Health Care Act is the abortion bailout fund.

Michael New says that ObamaCare will fund abortions through Medicaid expansion. He says that ObamaCare also creates state health care exchanges which are subsidized by tax dollars and fund abortions. New predicts that at least 100,000 more abortions will be publicly funded each year because of ObamaCare.

Newman adds that there is a third funding stream implemented by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, which mandates that the exchanges have a minimum of a $1.00/ per month surcharge to pay just for abortions. He says there is not a surcharge to pay for cancer screening only for abortions.

New agrees and says they are trying to make it appear that abortions are elective and that those who don’t want to pay for abortions can “opt out.” He points out that sometimes it is not clear which plans cover abortions and which ones do not.

Frank Pavone Lif eTalk Nov 213Fr. Frank Pavone responds, “Those that are radically promoting abortion through the channels of our government. They don’t care if people are confused or not. It is not an effort to make people understand, it is the effort to get monies into the abortion industries.”

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Mark Crutcher, producer of Life Talk and president of Life Dynamics said that one of the most idiotic statements he has ever heard was when Nancy Pelosi said “We’ve got to pass ObamaCare to find out what’s in it.”

Newman says that America has have gone from a passive funding of abortion to an active one. He calls the abortion surcharge a “direct violation of our freedom of conscience, our freedom of liberties, our religious principles to oppose child killing. This is a huge change and as Christians we must stand against it. For me, this is the Red Line. This is the line in the sand. I’m not going to participate in anything that actively goes out to fund abortions.”

Life Talk is a monthly pro-life TV show produced in Denton, Texas by Life Dynamics.

The show is hosted by Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, Priests for Life National Director Fr. Frank Pavone, Operation Rescue president Troy Newman, Bloggers Destiny Herndon-DeLaRosa and Jill Stanek.

You can view the entire show here http://www.LifeTalkTV.com

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Former abortion clinic director says abortions in Texas could be cut in half following pro-life restrictions

Posted in Abortion Regulation, Life Dynamics, Life Talk, Texas Abortion, Texas abortion clinics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 11, 2013 by saynsumthn

CarolEverettFormer abortion clinic director turned pro-life, Carol Everett, appeared on Life Talk and stated that new restrictions in the state could cut abortions in half.

Carol spent 6 years selling abortions to women in four abortion clinics in Dallas/Fort Worth. She writes on her website, The Heidi Group, “After 35,000 abortions, the death of one woman and surgery on 19 other patients, God brought me to a crossroads. My life changed when I came to know the love and saving grace of Jesus Christ in 1983. I realized that my work was hurting women, not helping them.

Carol told Life Talk viewers that 17 abortion clinics have closed so far. One third of abortion clinics in Texas did not have hospital admitting privileges. With the defunding of Planned Parenthood, 13,000 babies have been saved. Abortions will be cut in half in Texas because of these laws.

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After new abortion restrictions passed in Texas, Carol said the media is only reporting the abortion clinic closures, calling it a “War on Women” even though far more family planning facilities have opened which do not provide abortions to assist women in the state since the law went into effect, she states, “I’ll tell you what’s interesting on this war [on women], they’ve all been printing all these stories about how there’s no place for women to go. We went from 95 #abortion clinics providing Family Planning services in #Texas to 2,961 providers, some MD’s, all across the state of Texas, even in rural areas, and I want you to know that I have been working for weeks to try and get that printed [in the media] and no one will print it.”

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Mark Crutcher, producer and host of Life Talk and president of Life Dynamics, said, “Do you want someone doing abortions who can’t get hospital privileges? The fact is, that’s who winds up working at an abortion clinic. No one goes to medical school to say, oh when I get out of medical school, I want to go work at Planned Parenthood. Nobody says that. You wind up at Planned Parenthood because you’re a bad doctor. We have seen this through our malpractice cases over the years. You are a bad doctor, you can’t get hospital privileges, you’ve got malpractice problems, or you lost your practice because you’re no dam good. That’s what happens and that’s who winds up working at Planned Parenthood.

Why would we say to poor women, you’re only option is to get your health care from an abortionist?”

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Life Dynamics recently sent out fliers to every doctor in the state warning them that the abortion lobby wanted to recruit them because they have no doctors working at these clinics with Hospital privileges now required by law.

Carol added that Planned Parenthood is being upheld by federal dollars because of ObamaCare, “Those Planned Parenthood’s that are staying alive is because they are going to be providing ObamaCare. And we have got to find a way to take care of the dollar a month that was supposed to be optional that is now in ObamaCare. Every person in Obamacare will be paying a dollar a month for abortions.”

Life Talk is a monthly pro-life TV show produced in Denton, Texas by Life Dynamics.

The show is hosted by Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, Priests for Life National Director Fr. Frank Pavone, Bloggers Destiny Herndon-DeLaRosa and Jill Stanek. Sitting in for Operation Rescue president Troy Newman is Leroy Dodd.

You can view the entire show here www.LifeTalkTV.com

Creeping Later Term Abortionist on Tape calls third trimester abortions “premature delivery”

Posted in Abortionist, Late term abortion, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher, Tiller with tags , , , , , , , , on February 26, 2013 by saynsumthn

In June of 2006, Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, unveiled a secret orientation tape created by notorious late term abortionist George Tiller. In this episode of Crutcher’s Life Talk TV show, he interviews Operation Rescue President, Troy Newman, regarding Tiller’s cold and calculating demeanor in the tape. The late abortion doctor admits on camera, that he has performed over 60,000 “terminations of pregnancy” with his expertise in “late term pregnancies.” Calling second and third trimester abortions the “premature delivery of a small stillborn,” Tiller states that, “the woman is the patient, the fetus is the problem.” Tiller then repeats the mantra: “Premature delivery of a small stillborn under twilight anesthesia”, several times, in a propaganda type tone. Crutcher and Newman conclude that the tape, which was created for Tiller’s patients to view prior to their abortion, was his way of rationalizing the killing and shifting the blame over to the woman. They compare Tiller’s actions with those of Nazi prison guards during the German Holocaust.

Abortion Industry’s Nationwide Pedophile Protection Racket

Posted in Abortion Clinic Worders, child predator, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher, National Abortion Federation, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Tapes show hundreds of Planned Parenthood, NAF clinics covering up sex abuse
by Kathleen Gilbert
• Wed Apr 13, 2011 15:06 EST

April 13, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The pro-life group behind a nationwide survey of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation (NAF) clinics in 2002 has made available never-before-published raw audio and transcripts of hundreds of investigative phone calls that they say prove the abortion industry’s widespread complicity with sexual abuse of minors, in violation of state laws.

In an effort similar to the widely publicized work of undercover pro-life group Live Action Films, Life Dynamics nine years ago identified 906 U.S. facilities affiliated with either Planned Parenthood or NAF. Of these, the group was unable to contact 93, but launched a comprehensive investigation of the other 813 by having an actor pose as a 13-year-old caller asking for an abortion to cover up a pregnancy caused by a 22-year-old “boyfriend.”

In many of the calls uploaded this week by Life Dynamics, the investigator was coached by clinic employees how to avoid detection by parents or authorities, encouraged to conceal the boyfriend’s age, and told to lie about names and addresses. In other calls, clinic workers reassure the girl that the facility will not report abuse, while many abused the judicial bypass process in states where parental notification was required for an abortion.

“[Judicial bypass] is being automatically suggested to any underage girl who simply doesn’t want to tell her parents for any reason whatsoever or for no reason whatsoever. In the case of our caller, this was true despite the fact that she never said anything to indicate that her parents would become abusive or violent over this situation,” reported the group.
“We don’t need to know how old your boyfriend is first of all because it sounds like we would have to report it, ” said a clinic worker at the Planned Parenthood in San Luis Obispo, CA, when confronted with the boyfriend’s age.

“What do you mean report it? Who would you have to report it to?” the caller asked. “Because he’s over 18 and you’re 14. So as long as you don’t tell us, everything’s fine,” said the worker.

A worker at the Potomac Family Planning Center in Rockville, MD, asked the girl, “Do you look 14?” and admitted, “I hate to say this, but we don’t ask for identification, so whatever someone puts down on their age is what we go by.”

The group’s findings largely correspond to conversations recorded undercover and published by Live Action Films, whose investigators were told by abortion clinic workers in multiple states how to avoid parental consent laws, how to lie about the age of their sexual abuser, and even how to attain abortion and other services for illegally-trafficked underage prostitutes.

Life Dynamics notes, “All 50 states have statutes in place mandating that any healthcare worker must report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency.”

The group also points out that a girl as young as thirteen is not legally capable of giving consent for sexual activity, making the girl’s case sexual abuse by default.

“An analogy is the situation in which someone is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound. The circumstances of this incident may or may not be criminal, but it is not the healthcare worker’s place to make that determination,” the group explained. “His or her only role is to report the incident to the authorities and this duty does not change regardless of what the patient says. The same thing applies here.”

When the information was first released, opponents said the tapes exposed only a few rogue employees and that the phone calls only indicate that workers would say whatever was necessary to get the girl to come into the clinic, where more information would be gathered. Life Dynamics called the allegations “farfetched.”

While 10 percent of the facilities seemed to comply with the law and sought to learn more about the girl’s situation, Life Dyanmis said, “when you listen to the other 90 percent, what you find is that virtually nothing is said that could even be remotely construed as an attempt to get the girl to the facility so a report could be made. In fact, almost everything that was said during those conversations would work against that objective.”

Click here to access all audio files and transcripts from the 2002 investigation.

From Life Dynamics: Child Predator.com Website:

Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics

All 50 states have statutes in place mandating that any healthcare worker must report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency.

In February and March of 2002, Life Dynamics conducted a nationwide undercover phone survey of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities. Our goal was to document their level of compliance with these state-mandated reporting statutes. This was not a random survey but a universal one. We identified 906 facilities in the U.S. as being associated with one or both of these organizations and we attempted to contact each one. Some were no longer in operation and others used one appointment line to service multiple facilities. In the end we were able to contact representatives of 813 of the original 906, including facilities in every state except Mississippi.

Our caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by a 22-year-old man and wanting an abortion in order to conceal this sexual relationship from her parents and the authorities. In every call the ages of both the girl and the man she was involved with were introduced into the conversation and, in virtually every case, repeated at least once. Additionally, the caller never said anything to suggest that her parents would become violent or abusive if they discovered her sexual activity. It was always made clear that the motivation for the abortion was to conceal this sexual activity.

To document our investigation we made recordings of all 813 calls. (In Texas it is legal to record telephone conversations as long as one party to the conversation is aware of the recording.) Included here are the actual recordings of these calls accompanied by written transcripts. In order to accurately evaluate them, it is essential to understand the following principles:

(1) Because underage girls are not legally capable of giving consent for sexual activity, any sexual activity by an underage girl is, by definition, without her consent. On its face, that is reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse.

(2) Seeking an abortion, pregnancy test, birth control (condoms, pills, etc.), or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease (STD) is evidence of sexual activity. Therefore, whenever any of these services are sought by a minor, a reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse is created and the state-mandated reporting requirement is triggered.

(3) The responsibility for determining whether the circumstances of a child’s sexual activity are criminal or not lies solely with the state. Healthcare workers have no legal authority to investigate the incident, make assumptions about it, or draw conclusions about it. Therefore, anything the girl or anyone accompanying her (including parents, guardians, or relatives) says about the situation is totally unrelated to the healthcare worker’s legal obligation under the reporting statute. An analogy is the situation in which someone is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound. The circumstances of this incident may or may not be criminal, but it is not the healthcare worker’s place to make that determination. His or her only role is to report the incident to the authorities and this duty does not change regardless of what the patient says. The same thing applies here.

(4) Patient confidentiality and the physician-patient privilege are irrelevant because (a) physicians are legally immune from civil or criminal penalties for violating patient confidentiality or the physician-patient privilege when they report suspicions of child sexual abuse, and (b) the authorities can investigate reported suspicions of child sexual abuse by speaking to the victim and other witnesses without the physician being involved. (These principles are well known among abortion providers. At Life Dynamics, we have a recording of Planned Parenthood’s corporate legal counsel advising a national convention of their affiliates that the obligation to comply with mandated reporting laws supercedes patient confidentiality in every state and in every circumstance.) It should also be remembered that law enforcement entities routinely secure patient medical records when conducting investigations involving possible illegal activities at nursing homes, Medicare and Medicaid violations, insurance fraud, etc.

(5) The fact that a minor girl may be lawfully allowed to secure an abortion, pregnancy test, birth control, or STD treatment without parental knowledge is unrelated to mandatory reporting. Remember, mandatory reporting deals with reports made to the state not to parents. In effect, a healthcare worker’s duty to a minor child or that child’s parents is a separate issue from their duty to the state.

(6) A healthcare worker’s duty to report to the state about the possible sexual abuse of a child does not prevent, interfere with or even delay that child’s ability to access these services since, in virtually every case, the report will not be made until after the service has been rendered. Again, the only relevant issue is that, when a minor seeks these services, that is evidence of sexual activity by someone who is not old enough to consent to sexual activity. At that point, a reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse exists and, once that legal threshold is crossed, a report to the state is mandated.

In evaluating these calls, be aware of conversations in which the caller was:

* given advise on how to avoid detection by parents or authorities
* told what she should say or not say when she came to the clinic
* encouraged to lie about or conceal her age or her boyfriend’s age
* told to give fictitious names, phone numbers or address
* instructed to be more careful about what information she gave out and to whom
* ignored or interrupted when introducing her age or the age of her boyfriend
* warned that if someone found out about this situation her boyfriend could go to jail
* told to go elsewhere because she had already provided them too much information
* told that the ages of the parties involved are irrelevant
* told that the facility has no interest in her age or the age of her partner
* told that they do not verify ages or check IDs and would accept what she told them
* told to just keep her mouth shut at the clinic and no one would ask any questions

Sometimes, the misdeeds of the facility are purposely subtle. In addition to the issues already mentioned, be on alert for calls in which:

* after identifying the situation as illegal and/or statutory rape, the clinic worker subsequently agrees that the facility will conceal the crime
* after saying that they are “technically” or “legally” required to report this situation to the state, the clinic worker reassures the caller that the facility will not report
* after identifying the situation as illegal and/or statutory rape, the clinic worker agrees to facilitate the ongoing criminal activity by providing birth control without making a report; our caller is often told that her boyfriend can come with her to pick up the birth control or that he can even pick it up without her being there; in other words, despite having evidence that a sexual crime is being committed against a 13-year-old child, they are willing to conspire with the perpetrator to cover-up the crime and then offer to provide him the means by which he can continue the abuse (birth control with no report)
* the clinic worker initially expresses concern for the child, and may even suggest parental involvement, but in the end agrees to violate the law and conceal the situation
* the clinic worker handles the call like a matter of routine, clearly indicating that the clinic encounters this situation frequently, and that they deal with it by ignoring the mandated reporting laws; one example of this are those calls in which this girl’s circumstances appear to have little or no impact on the clinic worker’s response
* there is no response to the danger that the child is in, even though the facts of a statutory rape are clearly presented
* the child’s dilemma is not addressed, with the sale of the service obviously being the clinic worker’s paramount concern
* statements such as, “The way we handle these cases is …” signal that (a) the situation is common, and (b) the clinic worker is stating clinic policy not her own personal approach (this is especially relevant when the clinic worker puts the call on hold, conferred with someone else, then came back and agreed to conceal the situation)
* the failure to report is justified by making it sound as though it is in the best interest of the child to “keep all this confidential”
* the failure to report is justified by demeaning or discounting the influence of parents or the authorities
* statements by the clinic worker are carefully worded in order to insulate them against claims of failing to report
* even among clinic workers who display discomfort or concern with the situation, they continue to sell the service
* when confronted with the dilemma of reporting, they advise the girl to go to another facility and then advise her what to say or not say at that facility in order to work around the reporting requirement

In states with parental involvement legislation in place, abortion proponents always justify the need for a judicial bypass option in order to address the so-called “hard cases” in which minors will be abused if forced to inform their parents about their pregnancies. However, our investigation documented that this is not the way it is actually being used. Instead, it is being automatically suggested to any underage girl who simply doesn’t want to tell her parents for any reason whatsoever or for no reason whatsoever. In the case of our caller, this was true despite the fact that she never said anything to indicate that her parents would become abusive or violent over this situation. And remember, in this specific incident, judicial bypass was not being introduced as a way to keep the child from being abused in the future, it was being introduced as a way to cover-up the fact that the child was already being abused.

If you are in a state with parental consent legislation, be aware of situations in which the caller was:

* told about judicial bypass at the moment she stated that she didn’t want to tell her parents and before she had given any legitimate reason why she didn’t want to tell them
* reassured about how quick and simple the judicial bypass process was
* advised that, during the judicial bypass hearing, it would be best not to mention the age of the person who got her pregnant or lie to the judge if he asked about it
* advised to go to another city where the judges are “more cooperative” with judicial bypass
* given specific advise for circumventing parental involvement legislation such as letting her boyfriend or another adult take her out of state without her parents knowing about it

When we began releasing this information to the public, some of our opponents said that all we uncovered was a few rogue employees who were operating outside of Planned Parenthood or National Abortion Federation guidelines. Remember, however, that this was not a random survey but a universal one. We called every Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facility in the country and made contact with almost every one. Under those circumstances, it is preposterous to suggest that when 90 percent do one thing and 10 percent do the opposite, it is the 90 percent who are in violation of the organization’s accepted and normal standards of behavior. The only logical conclusion is that the responses we received are the standard policy and practice of these organizations.

Another contention made by these groups is that our investigation simply reflects the fact that when their counselors have a sexually active underage girl on the phone they say whatever is necessary to get her into the clinic. The claim is that once she’s actually at the facility they will report her regardless of what they told her over the phone.

Anyone who listens to the tapes of these calls will find that assertion just as farfetched as the one about rouge employees. It is true that almost 10 percent of the Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities we surveyed said they would obey the mandatory reporting laws, and in those conversations there were times when it appeared that the counselor was indeed trying to either lure the caller into the facility or get enough information to make a report. However, when you listen to the other 90 percent, what you find is that virtually nothing is said that could even be remotely construed as an attempt to get the girl to the facility so a report could be made. In fact, almost everything that was said during those conversations would work against that objective.

That was especially apparent in calls where they suggested practical steps for her to take that would effectively eliminate any possibility of a report being filed. For example, there are calls in which they said it would be best for her to lie about her age, name or address when she came to the clinic. Some employees went so far as to reassure her that the clinic does not check IDs or verify ages. Sometimes, while she would be giving details about her situation, the counselor would interrupt and tell her not to say anymore or repeat that information. Others told her that she had already revealed too much for their clinic to be able to help her and suggested that she go to another facility and not give them so much information.

Obviously, none of this is the kind of rhetoric someone would use if they were earnestly trying to get this girl into their clinic to make a report. Instead, it was clear that what they were doing is giving her a “heads-up” and some of these counselors actually made that very point during the call.

Listen to the Tapes- Click Here

Rev. Levon Yuille exposes NAACP’s pro-abortion stand

Posted in Abortion, Alveda King, Black Genocide, Black History Month, Black Pastor, Black Victims, Black Women, child predator, Levon Yuille, Mark Crutcher, NAACP, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Racism with tags , , , , , , on December 27, 2010 by saynsumthn

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