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8/12/2013 (1 year ago)

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Most of us regard Sundays as a day to attend Mass, but for one abortionist, Sundays are a day to offer discounts on abortion. A chain of abortion mills run by a former physician who has had his license revoked multiple times, is offering a discount on the gruesome service.

Pendergraft has had his license revoked five times.

Pendergraft has had his license revoked five times.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

8/12/2013 (1 year ago)

Published in Health

Keywords: Kermitt Gosnell, Pendergraft, Florida, abortion, coupon


ORLANDO, FL (Catholic Online) - We're so sorry, it's not a joke.

A Florida abortionist is offering a $50 coupon for a discount abortion, good on Sundays only. If there is one way to make an appalling practice even more so, it is to reveal its truth as a blood money industry.

The Orlando abortion mill run by James Pendergraft, no longer a doctor, with his license revoked an astounding five times, is offering a web coupon for $50 off an abortion, good on Sundays only.

Pendergraft

Pendergraft's abortion coupon. Good on Sundays only.


Last April, Pendergraft's license was revoked for the last time -the crime was performing a late, third-trimester abortion. A procedure which landed one prominent abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, in prison around the same time.

Pendergraft claimed he did not know the woman was in her third trimester. Isn't this pretty basic competency we should expect from someone conducting an invasive procedure?

The quack has demonstrated himself incompetent to perform such procedures. One victim even survived, although lives today with severe injuries and limitations.

His clinic was shut down in June, and all his equipment was seized for sale to settle a $36 million judgment against him for medical malpractice. Yet today, he is back in business with borrowed equipment. 

Who loans abortion equipment to a disgraced colleague? Perhaps others bent on the same destruction of human life as Pendergraft.

Pendergraft is not performing any abortions himself, but instead he is overseeing six other doctors who are willing to do his work for him in five other abortion centers. It's a nice support network, which suggests business is doing well.

He also does not have to worry about paying for expensive counseling procedures for women or admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.

Fortunately, he is being recognized as a quack. Even anti-lifers are gritting their teeth at the cavalier exposure he is bringing their grim industry. Even among abortion-mongers, a coupon to kill is a bit much.

Meanwhile, pro-life legislators are doing all they can across the nation to save women from the horrors that people like Pendergraft have in store for them. New laws in several states restrict unethical practitioners of abortion from inflicting death on women and children by limiting the timeframe when abortions can be performed and requiring common sense safety measures be taken in the mills.

Naturally, anti-life activists remain intent on challenging these laws and keeping people like Pendergraft in business.

Hopefully more women will wake up and pay attention to cases like these. Every woman who subjects herself to abortion becomes a victim alongside her child. Fortunately, for the anti-lifers, there's now a coupon for that.

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