After the death of a prominent abortion doctor once defended by Democratic presidential candidate, Pete Buttigieg, police were called when loved ones found thousands of dead babies strewn throughout his Illinois residence. In all, police found 2,246 “fetal remains” in the home of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer. Klopher performed abortions in South Bend, Indiana, up until his license was revoked in 2015.
South Bend is the home of Democratic presidential primary candidate Pete Buttigieg, who is adamantly pro-abortion.
In 2015, Klopher was accused of not properly documenting what exactly was happening in his abortion procedures and wasn’t accurately accounting for the remains of aborted babies. His license was then revoked. He was not eligible to reapply for a physicians’ license until 2017, and only then after receiving mandatory re-training.
However, Klopher died several weeks ago on September 3, and when the family went through his home they found a house of horrors. Dead babies were everywhere. They were shoved in cabinets, drawers, mantles, bookshelves, above the commode, under the bed, and in the garage.
It appears as though Klopher was performing no medical procedures at the home, although some have suggested he continued his abortion practice privately in the residence. Rather, it seems that Klopher was taking baby corpses home with him from his work at the abortuary, out of a fetish or strong desire to be around dead babies.
According to local news, upon the discovery, the family called the police to properly dispose of the bodies.
Pete Buttigieg has repeatedly supported Klopher even after his initial medical violations were revealed, calling criticism of his abortion clinic, “a new and extreme assault on Roe v. Wade.” Buttigieg has not yet responded to the reports that South Bend’s primary abortion provider has stuffed thousands of dead babies into his home for no clear medical reason.
Americans have got to grasp that abortionists are not normal people. This is not an ordinary form of medicine. These individuals are demonic, homicidal, and at their very core, evil.
Thus says the LORD: “A voice is heard in Ramah, lamentation and bitter weeping. Rachel is weeping for her children; she refuses to be comforted for her children, because they are no more.” (Jeremiah 31:15)