Writer of “The Exorcist” Says Kathleen Sebelius’ Abortion Support is “Demonic”

National   Steven Ertelt   Oct 31, 2013   |   10:33AM    Washington, DC

Kathleen Sebelius made national headlines yesterday by saying she didn’t know which Obamacare plans would force Americans to pay for abortions with their taxpayer dollars. It wasn’t the first time she has supported abortion — as Sebelius has a longstanding history of supporting late-term abortion practitioners in her home state of Kansas.

That abortion support is drawing condemnation from an interesting source,William Peter Blatty, the writer of “The Exorcist.” Here’s what he had to say in a recent interview with the Washington Post.

Mere steps away from lunch is evidence of the fallen, in his eyes: his beloved alma mater, which he believes has drifted perilously into secularism. This month, Blatty submitted to the Vatican a petition with thousands of signatures and a 120-page institutional audit that calls for the removal of Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit designations if it does not comply with every little rule in “Ex Corde Ecclesiae,” John Paul II’s constitution for affiliated colleges. The university, for its part, says the “Catholic and Jesuit identity on campus has never been stronger.”

Bill, what are you doing? people have asked him. Bill, times change. Let it go.

Bill, why are you punishing the school you love, the school whose scholarship money rescued you from a childhood of restless poverty in New York, the school that made possible your life, that cemented your faith?

“If you truly love someone that you think needs to be in rehab, you’ll do everything you possibly can to get them into rehab,” Blatty says. The last straw, he says, was Georgetown’s invitation of Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, to be a commencement speaker in May of last year. Sebelius has a record of supporting abortion rights, and abortion is the issue that really sets Blatty’s nerves on fire.

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He describes, his voice trembling, a particular abortion procedure in graphic detail.

He pauses. His voice is nearly a whisper.

“That’s demonic.”