Impeachment and the Demise of Roe | The Mark Harrington Show | 9-27-19

Earlier this month, police discovered 2,246 medically preserved remains of aborted babies in abortionist Ulrich Klopfer’s home in Illinois. His family found the remains shortly after he died Sept. 3. Indiana and Illinois authorities have been working together to investigate the gruesome discovery.

Shouldn’t Klopfer be classified as a serial killer?

Serial killers often keep trophies because it lets them relive the crime and allows them to keep something personal from their victims. As Daily Wire blogger Jeremy Boreing said, “Serial killers keep trophies, doctors do not.”

Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer took the lives of 17 males between 1978 and 1991. Over the course of more than 13 years, Dahmer sought out men, often kept their skulls or genitals as souvenirs. He frequently took photos of his victims at various stages of the murder process, so he could recollect each act afterward and relive the experience.

Dahmer kept trophies of his victims.

In December 1978, police uncovered the first of 29 bodies buried on suburban businessman John Wayne Gacy’s property — 26 in the crawl space under his home in unincorporated Norwood Park Township and three more outside the house.

Gacy kept trophies of his victims

Dr. Geoffrey Cly, who used to work with Klopfer but who is now pro-life, said Klopfer was pathological and deceptive.

“The way he saved them, it’s like it’s something he wanted to preserve as a trophy, as a memory, for some reason,” he said. “It was shocking to me, taking some tissue, and in this case, fetal tissue home and saving them was just, something that never should be done, I’ve never heard of anybody doing that before.”

• See the interview with Dr. Cly here:

Why isn’t klopfer being treated as a serial killer? Because he was a “doctor” who provided “reproduction health” care for women. Even presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg weighed in:

“Like everyone, I find the news out of Illinois extremely disturbing, and I think it’s important that it be fully investigated,” Buttigieg said on Wednesday. “I also hope it doesn’t get caught up in politics at a time when women need access to healthcare. There’s no question that what happened is disturbing. It’s unacceptable. And it needs to be looked into fully.”

• See Buttigieg video here:

Hey Pete! If abortion is women’s health care, then why is it so disturbing?

The only difference between Klopfer and what takes place over two thousand times each day in America is Klopfer didn’t dispose of the dead babies by hiring a medical waste company to incinerate them. If he would have done that, few would be concerned.

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In fact, the state of Indiana recently passed a law (and it was upheld by the SCOTUS) that requires abortion centers to cremate or intern the babies they murder.

The awful irony is, people are more outraged about the fact that Klopfer stored dead babies in his house rather than the fact that he killed them to begin with.

The bottom line is, we all know who is killed in an abortion – an unborn baby – this story just brought that fact to light.

Our world is upside down.

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