'Flush it' Down the Toilet

Judie Brown
April 30, 2013
Reproduced with Permission

The title of this article actually comes from a quote from an abortion facility employee in Bronx, New York. The live report came out thanks to the heroic efforts of the LIVE ACTION team of undercover investigators.

Such reports prove again that surgical abortion is a direct act that employs the use of tools used by the abortion practitioner to end the life of an individual prior to his birth, or as the Gosnell case illustrates, at times just after the baby's birth. This act is clearly the employment of force designed to render the victim dead.

To my mind, such acts are forms of domestic terrorism, pure and simple.

There are those who will quibble with this comparison. They will argue that abortion is protected by the man-made laws of our nation. My response to that is simple. Abortion is absolutely unlawful according to the natural law and therefore we are well within our rights to use the characterization in this instance.

Further, each of the victims of abortion should be defined as an individual citizen and, in fact, would be if the seven Supreme Court judges who decriminalized abortion had been honest about the actual and scientifically provable humanity of the preborn child. Since these political lapdogs were dishonest in their ruling, the violence of abortion moves forward with nary a gasp from most of us.

Lately, however, some have taken the time to consider how blatantly evil abortion really is. This has come about because of the gruesome details that have come out in the Gosnell trial.

Since those initial testimonies about Gosnell and his "House of Horrors," we have seen the video reports from Live Action exposing the abortion cartel in the state of New York.

In the newly released video, we hear from an abortion facility employee who tells the undercover reporter that even though she is 23 weeks along in her pregnancy, the clinic will administer toxic laminaria, send her home, and have her come back the next day to complete the act. When the reporter asks what she should do if "it" comes out at home, the employee tells her to "flush it." The staffer then explains that she would have to come back the next day anyway so they can make sure the "pieces" are all gone.

One would think this woman is talking about a piece of meat, not a baby.

Further, at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Wilmington, Delaware, two nurses recently quit their jobs fearing that they would lose their licenses due to the "meat-market style of assembly-line abortions where the abortionist refused to wear gloves, surgical instruments were reused without being cleaned, and 'bloody drainage' remained on abortion tables between procedures, exposing women to blood-borne diseases."

Just how bad have things become in America? Well, think about the 19-year-old woman in New York who was arrested for tossing the body of her miscarried baby into a trash can. The charge: "Unlawful disposal of a cadaver," though evidently she didn't see it that way. Perhaps she thought she was only disposing of trash.

By the same token, the human skull and fetus found in a jar on a Queens, New York, street has gotten little to no attention either.

Apparently there are so many houses of horror in this nation today that we cannot possibly address them all - particularly when the mainstream media, for the most part, intentionally chooses to ignore it.

So I guess we really shouldn't define these brutal acts of killing as domestic terrorism because, in the land of the free and the home of the brave, it is legally allowed to kill innocent people as long as they are defined differently by the Supreme Court.

And that is why the flush-it-down-the-toilet gang is chugging along, doing its thing, day after day.

Perhaps the citizenry just doesn't care. You think?