The Motley Monk believes the idea of abortion is reprehensible, with the idea of a late-term abortion pushing the limits of credulity.
As bad as all of that is--and it is very bad--Breitbart reports of an interview published at The Hairpin that stretches beyond the limits of credulity.
In that interview, a late-term abortionist and an interviewer discuss a scene in the new pro-abortion documentary After Tiller in which the abortionist encourages the mother to “hold” her aborted baby. As unbelievable as that is, the abortionist also tells the mother to take home a copy of her dead infant's footprints and a “memory box,” as if the baby died from some fetal anomaly.
With a fetal indications patient—if [the mother] refers to it as her baby, I'll refer to it as her baby. If she’s named the baby, I’ll use the baby’s name too. I would say that most of these patients do decide to see and hold their baby, although many of them have a hard time dealing with the idea at first. We’ll take remembrance photographs, we’ll give them a teddy bear, the footprints. I mean, imagine being six months pregnant and finding out your baby’s missing half its brain, and you’ve got this nursery you’ve painted at home, you’re so ready—I don’t want them to go home from the procedure with absolutely nothing to remember and honor the baby, and its birth.
The abortionist responded:
That's not macabre! Yes, that's the first part of the procedure. We sedate the patient and euthanize their fetus, their baby, with an injection. The fetus passes away, doesn't feel anything.
Taking photographs for the family photo album?
Let the discussion begin...
To read the article in Breitbart.com, click on the following link:
To read the Vice.com review of After Tiller, click on the following ink: