Abortionists Come Out of the Closet: Extolling the Virtues of Killing Babies
Dr. Kate McHugh—“one of the five formerly closeted abortion providers” that The Guardian reported on—said that she had received death threats from “anti-choicers” (The Guardian’s code-word for pro-lifers) for “simply advocating for reproductive rights.” Eventually, McHugh was fed up with the abuse, stating “I’m playing into this game by being quiet and secretive. It makes me feel like I’m ashamed of this work, which I’m not – I’m actually so deeply proud of it.”
Fortunately for McHugh, she is one of the lucky few whose families accept her abortion work. At a Planned Parenthood fundraiser party, McHugh gathered her family in her living room and “came out” as an abortionist in front of her right-leaning father:
“I said, ‘Welcome. I’m glad you’re all here. I’m Katie McHugh. I’m an OB-GYN here in Indianapolis, and I’m also an abortion provider.’ My father visibly flinched. Then I stopped to take a breath, and everyone applauded, including my family.” After the event, to her surprise, her Republican father donated to Planned Parenthood.
Regrettably for the pro-abortion left, many have kept quiet about their baby-killing ventures. Four of these doctors (a debatable honorific since they’d end rather than preserve life) work in largely pro-life states: Indiana, Oklahoma, and North Carolina. To avoid conflict with their conservative-leaning families and/or employers, they avoid speaking openly about their morbid profession. That is, until a Guardian reporter showed up at their front door.
Abortionist Angela Marchin bemoaned that she was “leading a double life” by hiding her occupation from her family. Marchin herself had an abortion in her first year of medical school. The unnamed child happened along because birth control was too expensive for the young medical student. “Now I am an OB/GYN dedicated to helping other women achieve their goals,” Marchin wrote in a viral tweet. A real Mother Theresa.
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[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Jorge Plaza. It was originally published at Lifenews.com. Title changed by P&P]