"Pickaxe," "Drill Bit" Abortionist LeRoy Carhart Sends Another Woman to the ER


“Pickaxe,” “Drill Bit” Abortionist LeRoy Carhart Sends Another Woman to the ER

Exposed by Live Action Comparing Babies Killed by Abortion to “Meat in a Crock-Pot”

Statement from Live Action:

LeRoy Carhart has injured yet another woman in Germantown.  This man is currently under investigation for the death of Jennifer Morbelli, yet for some reason the State of Maryland continues to allow him to practice – and this is what happens.

Carhart has a 100% kill rate for the babies he gruesomely destroys in the womb.  Our Inhuman investigation showed him comparing the children he kills to “meat in a Crock-Pot” as they sit, dead, in their mothers’ wombs for days.  He jokes about extracting their lifeless bodies with a “drill bit” and “pickaxe.”  But it’s not just babies Carhart puts in mortal danger; every woman to walk through his doors is walking into harm’s way.

Maryland’s embarrassing and disgraceful legal laxity has made it an abortion tourism capital among the United States; Carhart himself imports women from Nebraska, which bans abortions after 20 weeks, and enriches himself by butchering their fully formed babies in the Old Line State.  It’s time for Maryland to stop letting abortion centers “self-regulate.”  Officials can start by revoking Carhart’s license.

To see Live Action’s Inhuman investigation of LeRoy Carhart, click here.

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