They dance in the streets when a clinic is investigated for any cause, often at their own instigation.
They worship predatory quacks as anti-heroes.
But what really gets them creaming their Depends is a death that can be linked to abortion.
There's been one such recently in the US but what they are doing with this one is utterly despicable -- even for them.
Here are the facts so far. A 29-year-old woman was 33 weeks pregnant when something went catastrophically wrong.
I can say 'catastrophically wrong' because this was very much a wanted pregnancy. A name had been chosen, nursery decorated, and a online gift registry set up.
How she got to Dr Carhart is unclear but understandable because since the assassination of Dr Tiller he is one of the very few specialists left in the US who can and will perform a late-term abortion.
Of course, Dr Carhart has been relentlessly targetted by the same domestic-terrorism enablers who helped murder Dr Tiller. I imagine his clinic is under constant surveillance.
So, something went wrong with the pregnancy, then something else went terribly wrong and the woman and wanted fetus both died.
That's about all we should know about this tragedy until it is investigated properly.
Except it is not all we know.
More than 150 demonstrators gathered near the clinic Monday to step up their efforts to draw national attention to the case, asserting that the clinic’s leader, LeRoy Carhart, was directly responsible for the woman’s death and that she had come to his office for a multi-day abortion procedure when she was 33 weeks pregnant.How did they know her name, her circumstances, the procedure?
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On Monday, opponents of abortion carried signs with statements such as “A fetus is a child” and “Life is not a choice.” One demonstrator held up a large photograph of the woman who died, identifying her by name next to the abbreviation “R.I.P.”
Jill Fucking Stanek found out. (No link. I have redacted the name, for all the bloody good that will do now.)
I did not report on the death last week of a patient of late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart because I did not have corroboration.The self-congratulatory post included a link to the damn gift registry, since taken down. But Stanek gleefully presents a screen-cap she'd taken, no doubt anticipating that a grieving family would desperately want that sort of reminder to disappear pronto.
I now do.
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I confirmed the identities of the victims through two sources. After a name ID was received from an impeccable informant, sidewalk
counselors at the abortion clinic positively identified NAME’s obituary photo. NAME's obituary also states she “passed away suddenly.”
Following is the information and timeline pieced together through those and other sources. Operation Rescue’s Cheryl Sullenger is to be commended for her work exposing this terrible tragedy.
One sentence is given to the reason.
Approximately two weeks ago NAME learned her daughter suffered from fetal anomalies.Oh, just some pesky little anomalies that NAME happened to learn about -- on a whim, no doubt.
Washington Post columnist Petula Dvorak writes.
Lots of people are opposed to the kind of late-term abortion that preceded the death of a woman in Maryland last week. I understand that.Well, silly Ms Dvorak. Doesn't she know that any fetus fetishist is far more knowledgeable than specialist OB/GYNs?
But everyone should be opposed to the blatantly illegal violation of her privacy and the exploitation of her death by protesters using it to make their point.
Her name and photo have appeared on protest signs, in blogs and in newspapers.
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[At the protest. . .] “It was a perfectly healthy young woman that died,” said Michael Martelli, executive director of the Maryland Coalition for Life, an antiabortion advocacy group.
And how would you know that, Mr. Martelli? Do you know her?
No, he doesn’t, he told me.
And now as Ms Dvorak says, the dead woman's photo and name and circumstances, as well as her family's, are being bandied about by a bunch of gore-loving panty-sniffers.
The scumsuckers have massively violated the Privacy Rule of something called the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA). But the office that deals with complaints is backed up and 'has not yet taken any enforcement actions against hospitals, doctors, insurers or anyone else for rule violations'. So, good luck with that, potential complainants.
The scumsuckers are crudely manipulating a private tragedy for their own purposes. They are merrily cloaking their joy in glurgey statements of faux condolences. They are rejoicing at finding yet another sad, sad case to twist and inflate and misrepresent.
They show themselves to be what they are: merciless haters who wish death on women who don't comply with their edicts.
In fact, just like the other Taliban.