A top US abortionist has left a BBC reporter lost for words after admitting he has no problem killing “babies.”
Life Site News shared a short portion of the interview between reporter Hilary Andersson and abortionist LeRoy Carhart, which was filmed at a Maryland abortion clinic in July for a thirty-minute segment titled America’s Abortion War.
During the interview, Ms Andersson asked Carhart how late in the pregnancy he would perform an abortion. Carhart refused to respond on camera, but then left Ms Andersson visibly stunned by saying:
“To the fetus, it makes no difference if it’s born or not born. The baby has no input in this as far as I’m concerned.”
Ms Andersson then pointed out Carhart’s use of the word “baby” rather than “fetus”, asking why he would use that word when others prefer more dehumanizing terms.
“I think that it is a baby,” Carhart interrupted. “And I use [the word baby] with patients.”
Ms Andersson then asked if Carhart had any problem with killing a baby?
“Absolutely not,” Carhart coldly replied. “I have no problem if it’s in the mother’s uterus.”
There are some in the fight against abortion who believe the primary objective of the pro-life movement is to convince people of the scientific reasons why they should not kill their unborn children.
Much time and energy is spent trying to persuade pro-abortion apologists that an unborn baby is a human life, as though that fact wasn’t bleeding obvious to everyone. But what just about everyone in this debate will admit is, no matter how much scientific proof is offered up, abortion apologists more often than not, dismiss, ignore, and blatantly disregard the facts presented.
The fact is, in 2019, the humanity of the unborn has never been more obvious and undeniable. Which is why, when pushed hard enough, pro-abortionists will always appeal to arbitrary and unscientific criteria, like whether or not the baby has made the 7-inch journey through the birth canal.
This debate is no longer a question of science. The science is clear. This is a moral issue and a sin issue – because people would rather cling to a convenient lie in order to dull their consciences or fill their pockets than admit the truth and repent.