Baby Killer Kermit Gosnell Thinks He’s a Soldier in War on Poverty

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Kermit Gosnell, the baby killing abortion doctor, said he is “a soldier in a war against poverty.”

Gosnell was convicted of three counts of murder, one count of involuntary manslaughter, and many lesser counts because of his actions in his ‘House of Horrors’ abortion clinic.

He killed born-alive babies by snipping their spinal cords, leaving them to die an agonizing death. He stored some of their bodies and body parts in his filthy clinic.

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Kermit Gosnell

“He believes himself to be innocent … in this larger spiritual sense. He believes he was performing a service for people that asked him,” said Philadelphis lawyer Steve Volt, whose article “Gosnell’s Babies” will appear in Philadelphia magazine on Tuesday. “He believes he was a soldier at war with poverty. He has a sense of righteousness, that whatever rule he broke, it was worth it.”

“It’s not as if he feels guilty about what he did. He sees the world is a dark place. He sees himself as having performed a noble function in society. For him, in a perfect, idealized world, it wouldn’t be necessary,” Volk said.

He believes he was “in a war” and “they won.” If by “they,” he means good prevailed over evil, I’d agree.

He has been reading the Bible in prison as well as contacting leftists’ charities such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and The Clinton Global Initiative on issues of prison reform.

Can you believe this garbage?

During the trial, Barack Obama refused to comment or condemn Gosnell. Obama himself refused to vote for the born-alive protection act when he served as a State Senator.

 What did Hannah Arendt call it? The Banality of Evil?

Full story at abc news

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