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Filmmaker compares Gosnell’s abortion clinic to Auschwitz where blood ran down the walls

Posted in Kermit Gosnell, Media Bias with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by saynsumthn

Journalist, documentary filmmaker, and director Ann Mcelhinney discusses some heart-wrenching stories about Kermit Gosnell and abortion in America with Steven Crowder.

She is helping to produce the Indy Go Fund Me campaign, Gosnell the Movie.

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Gosnell was convicted of murder after he snipped the necks of babies born alive inside his House of Horrors abortion clinic in Philadelphia, PA.

Babies born alive are known in the abortion industry as the “dreaded complication.”

Mcelhinney said that after their research the only thing she can compare Gosnell to is Auschwitz and the Nazi Holocaust.

“Words really fail to describe what Kermit Gosnell did. I mean, language really starts to fail..And, as I’ve worked on it, the only comparison that worked for me at all is Auschwitz,” Mcelhinney told Crowder.

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“It’s the only thing – the Holocaust is all I could compare it to. Because…one thing that was said in Auschwitz that I think was amazing, and somebody said ‘Where was God in Auschwitz?’ And a Rabbi said, ‘it’s the wrong question – the question is – where was humanity?’ And, I found that really helpful with Gosnell because dealing with the people – all of the people who knew what was going on….and did nothing. And you have to ask yourself: Where was humanity?” she said.

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Mcelhinney said that she was shocked when she read Gosnell’s assistant, Stephen Massof’s testimony where he said they ran around with scissors and the “blood ran down the walls.”

Massof was eventually sentenced to 6 to 12 years in prison.

What he did was illegal,” she tells Crowder.

But, Mcelhinney says that if the public thinks that what Gosnell did was disgusting, “then why is it that you don’t think it’s disgusting when it happens inside of the woman? Because, by the way, it is completely legal what he did- if he had done it in the womb.

Mcelhinney has admitted that before she investigated the Gosnell clinic she was not outspoken against abortion. Now, she is passionate.

If the public could see what really goes on, would they speak out? That is the one million dollar question.

I have blogged about the way that society is silent as this abortion holocaust like they were the Nazi Holocaust in the past…please read: Abortion just like the Nazi Holocaust is the “Sin of the Innocent Bystander.”

Planned Parenthood lobbyist and ‘House of Horror’ abortionist Gosnell agree let babies born alive after abortions – DIE!

Posted in Kermit Gosnell, Late term abortion, Planned Parenthood Infanticide with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 5, 2013 by saynsumthn

Alisa LaPolt SnowA Planned Parenthood lobbyist recently said that allowing babies to die on the table after being aborted was between the “Doctor and their patient” and that is exactly what Kermit Gosnell believed and did:

Florida Planned Parenthood lobbyist Alisa LaPolt Snow testified against a ‘Born Alive’ infant protection bill that would give human rights to babies born after a botched abortion. She said doctors in abortion clinics should not be required to take such babies to a hospital, instead leaving the ‘choice’ of what to do up to them and their patients

The bill was introduced by State Rep. Cary Pigman, a board certified Emergency Medicine physician. It has nine co-sponsors.

‘It is just really hard for me to even ask you this question,’ Republican State Rep. Jim Boyd said during the hearing, ‘because I’m almost in disbelief: If a baby is born on a table as a result of a botched abortion, what would Planned Parenthood want to have happen to that child that’s struggling for life?’

Snow replied, ‘We believe that, you know, any decision that’s made should be left up to the woman, her family, and the physician.’

Next in the line of emotional inquisitors was Republican Rep. Daniel Davis.
‘What happens in a situation where a baby is alive, breathing on a table, moving,’ Davis asked. ‘What do your physicians do at that point?’

‘I do not have that information,’ Snow replied. ‘I am not a physician, I am not an abortion provider. So I do not have that information.’

Testifying at the Kermit Gosnell abortion murder trial, employee Stephen Massof said he saw at least one baby take a breath, and another jerk its leg.

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Gosnell told his staff that such movements were “spontaneous,” Massof said. Massof estimated that he saw about 100 babies born alive and then “snipped” with surgical scissors in the back of the neck, to ensure their “demise.”Gosnell Behind Bars

Stephen Massof described how he snipped the spinal cords of babies, calling it, “literally a beheading. It is separating the brain from the body.” He testified that at times, when women were given medicine to speed up their deliveries, “it would rain fetuses. Fetuses and blood all over the place.”

A mutual acquaintance led him to Gosnell’s clinic, where he spent five years before leaving in 2008 over a dispute with other staffers. He was charged with murder three years later, after a 2010 FBI probe of Gosnell’s distribution of painkillers spawned a raid at the clinic, and the more serious abortion case.

Massof smiled oddly Thursday as he gave graphic testimony about conditions at the clinic, which he said deteriorated during his five-year tenure. He made only $200 to $300 a week to oversee a high volume of second-trimester patients going through labor — and, often, delivery. He said he saw at least one baby take a breath, and another jerk its leg. Gosnell told his staff that such movements were “spontaneous,” Massof said.

Massof estimated that he saw about 100 babies born alive and then “snipped” with surgical scissors in the back of the neck, to ensure their “demise.”
Gosnell, who had another clinic in Delaware, typically came in only at night for the final part of the procedure, leaving Massof to monitor the pain-racked or highly sedated women.

“I felt like a firemen in hell. I couldn’t put out all the fires,” he testified.

Gosnell, meanwhile, took in more than $1 million a year, and kept $250,000 in cash under his mattress, prosecutors have said.
“He always led me to believe he was a poor, struggling urban physician and surgeon,” Massof said. “I thought he was hurting financially.”