Saturday, August 10, 2013

Florida Abortion Clinic Holds Sale

Florida Abortion Clinic Holds Sale
A Murder Inc. infanticide center that’s open seven days a week in Florida is holding a sale on murders by giving away coupons to drum up more business on Sundays, kind of a Sunday special on baby murders.  Sunday must be a slow day.

By de Andréa
August 10, 2013

If you would like to save 50 - 75 dollars on a hit man to murder your child, just cut out the coupon at right, good only on Sundays in the state of Florida.  

Florida Right to Life investigated this “open on Sundays” abortion center and learned that one of the doctors at this location is the notorious Dr. James Scott Pendergraft.

You may have heard about him before.  I call him Florida’s answer to Philadelphia’s Dr. Gosnell who lost his medical license five times in Florida!

In 2011, he was hit with a judgment of $36,737,660.16 yes that nearly 37 million dollars in damages after he botched a 20-week abortion that resulted in a baby who survived his abortion procedure but was severely injured.  And this baby hit man is still murdering babies.

The conditions of Gosnell’s abortion center in Philadelphia was described as “third-world” and on par with Nazi experimentation camps.  When an abortion clinic can be so bold as to offer sale coupons to murder children, something is even more than terribly wrong!  Unfortunately, Pendergraft infanticide butcher shop is not alone.  He also operates in five other abortion centers throughout Florida.  This might be called mass murder infanticide if it wasn’t legal.

If people only knew that Abortion clinics not only torture and murder helpless babies, but they don’t give the butchered remains a humane burial either.  No they instead cut them up and sell the parts as well…next to drug trafficking the human baby parts trafficking is one of the biggest little billion dollar industries in the country, no wonder they don’t want to give it up.

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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