Abortion Doc’s Ex-Wife, Daughter to Star in New Show “Big Rich Atlanta”

National   |   Abby Johnson   |   Jan 17, 2013   |   2:09PM   |   Atlanta, GA

This Sunday, January 20, 2013, a new show called Big Rich Atlanta will air on Style Network. The cast includes two women named Marcia Marchman and Meagan McBrayer, the ex-wife and daughter of Dr. Daniel McBrayer, owner of an abortion clinic in Marietta, Georgia, located just northwest of Atlanta.

At the end of one of the trailers of Big Rich Atlanta, McBrayer’s daughter Meagan cites her liking of men ten years her senior as a “daddy issue.” Who could blame her when her father is an infamous abortionist with a criminal record for his violence towards a woman?  In fact, Meagan is still working for her father at his abortion clinic.
In 2009, Dr. Daniel Enoch McBrayer was arrested in a violent road rage incident. McBrayer stopped a woman at a stop sign who had allegedly cut him off in traffic, got out of his car, approached the woman, had her roll down the window of her car and punched her in the face. Her two young children in the back seat witnessed the assault.
McBrayer was charged with simple battery, taken to jail, and released on a $1,500 bond.
In 2002, McBrayer admitted to committing illegal second-trimester abortions in his office on Powers Ferry Road in Atlanta. Under Georgia law, it is illegal to perform abortions after the first trimester in a non-hospital or an unlicensed facility. McBrayer’s clinic is, in fact, an unlicensed abortion clinic. He signed a Public Consent Order with the Georgia Composite Board of Medical Examiners confessing his crimes and was put on probation for two years, paid a $5,000 fine, and underwent twenty hours of training in the “area of ethics.”



Dr. Daniel McBrayer’s ex-wife and daughter are starring on Big Rich Atlanta because of the blood money he acquires from the thousands of abortions he commits annually.
The pro-life organization, And Then There Were None, prays for and looks forward to the day that Dr. McBrayer’s heart is softened to uphold his first duty as a physician: to care for the lives of all those who come to him, including the unborn. Until that day comes, we urge pro-lifers, especially those in the state of Georgia, to keep a close watch on this doctor and his office on Powers Ferry Road.