Pro-abortion forces in this country do not want everyday people to know the truth. And the truth is that abortion has become a billion-dollar industry infested with the sickest minds on the planet. As much as liberals may want to claim those facts are false, authorities recently discovered that an abortionist kept more than 2,000 dead babies as trophies.
Abortionist Ulrich Klopfer ran abortion centers in cities including South Bend, Indiana, most recently and collected a reported 2,046 dead babies. He stored the human remains in his garage, unbeknownst to his wife. Klopfer died in early September at his Will County, Illinois, home and his unsuspecting spouse apparently had no idea she was wed to such as twisted individual until his house of horrors was discovered. The baby killer had run a series of abortion clinics until state inspectors stepped in and closed down his operations after numerous complaints and suspicious record-keeping practices.
But there were telltale signs that this demented monster was on a murderous rampage, killing yet-to-be-born children indiscriminately sanctioned by Roe v Wade. Klopfer had already had his license to practice “medicine” yanked in states including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, and California. The dead infant collector had reportedly been cited for performing an abortion on a 10-year-old girl, and failed to report the incident to authorities.
South Bend was the last stop in his slaughter of innocents that ultimately fueled in a mass grave. He had already been run out of Fort Wayne and Gary, Indiana. Klopfer’s ghoulish trophy collection calls into question abortion centers around the country and adds to the vile practices that are surfacing.
Kermit Gosnell, who owned and operated the Abortion Women’s Medical Society abortion centers, also kept grisly trophies of dead infants. He reportedly stored his victims in milk jugs and glass jars until being arrested and convicted of three counts of first-degree murder, one count of involuntary manslaughter, 21 felony late-term abortions, and 211 counts of violating 24-hour consent laws in Pennsylvania. Gosnell snuffed out the lives of seven children who were born alive by severing their spinal cords after birth.
Pro-abortion Democrats in states such as New York have passed laws that would make none of Gosnell’s transgressions punishable by law. And, the number one baby-killing corporation in the U.S., Planned Parenthood, continues to be routinely cited for subpar treatment and care of women.
“In one case, a patient had to be rushed to a local emergency room for prolonged bleeding after sutures were not available at the clinic,” the Washington Post reported. “In another, a nurse used a plunger to unstop a toilet and then held a patient’s hand during a surgical procedure without changing scrubs.”
What compounds Klopfer’s disturbing case is that it occurred in the relatively small city of South Bend, where Mayor Pete Buttigieg is currently dominating the national stage as a primary candidate for the Democratic Party’s nomination for president. Left-leaning media outlets have scuttled coverage of the South Bend horror story and any potential ties it has back to “Mayor Pete,” as he is commonly known.
The candidate already runs under a cloud of racist accusations being leveled against him. The fake news media is conveniently sidestepping coverage because Mayor Pete had endorsed and supported the abortion center.
“The South Bend clinic would be the only one for a radius of several counties,” Buttigieg’s press secretary Chris Meagher stated on his behalf. “It is a restriction on a woman’s right if she is low-income, or doesn’t have a vehicle, and she has to visit multiple times, but the clinic is dozens of miles away.”
Mayor Pete also reportedly vetoed approvals for a pro-life pregnancy facility that would have offered women information and alternatives to the indiscriminate life-taking at Klopfer’s abortion center. American Principles Project executive director Terry Schilling demands that Mayor Pete account for his actions and support of the human remains trophy collector.
“No one should be shocked that a man running for president while twisting Christian Scripture to justify post-birth abortion has ties to a sick and demented abortionist,” Schilling reportedly said.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld an Indiana law signed by Vice Pres. Mike Pence when he was governor of Indiana mandating aborted babies receive proper burials, rather than being discarded as waste.