Warren Hern loves performing abortions and gets a thrill when “sensations of dismemberment flow through the forceps like an electric current.” He thinks human beings are cancer on the planet. He thinks pro-lifers are terrorists. And he was Keith Olbermann’s Best Person in the World.
Hern described an abortion he performed on a woman in her 17th week:
I inserted my forceps into the uterus and applied them to the head of the fetus, which was still alive, since fetal injection is not done at that stage of pregnancy. I closed the forceps, crushing the skull of the fetus, and withdrew the forceps. The fetus, now dead, slid out more or less intact.
This same guy talks about human beings being “a malignant lesion,” in one breath, and claiming he wants to provide abortion “in a humane and dignified way.” How can one treat a “malignant lesion” humanely and with dignity?
These same people tell us abortion is a difficult choice for the doctor and the patient.
These same people claim that “Death Panels” are nothing to worry about.
Because they respect human life so very much.