What Rush Limbaugh’s Call Screener Bo Snerdly Says About Abortion Will Blow Your Mind

National   Carole Novielli   Sep 26, 2014   |   11:36AM    Washington, DC

Most people know James Golden as “Bo Snerdley,” the call screener, for the Rush Limbaugh radio show.

He recently gave an interview with The Daily Caller where he addressed the reaction that Black leaders had towards the now jailed abortion doctor convicted of murdering an abortion patient and several babies in his Philadelphia “House of Horrors” abortion clinic.

snerdly“How is it that [abortion doctor] Kermit Gosnell can practice in Philadelphia and do what he did to black women and black babies who were in some cases full term and do this without an outcry in a community for so long? How is that possible? And how it is possible that the only one interested in telling that story is a white movie maker from Ireland instead of people within that community? … It’s fine and dandy to stand out in Ferguson and throw Molotov cocktails and whine about life and be quiet about Philadelphia and Gosnell. Al Sharpton and the rest of that bunch should be ashamed of themselves.” ~ James Golden.

The District Attorney who indicted Gosnell explains the racist connection, “We think the reason no one acted is because the women in question were poor and of color, because the victims were infants without identities, and because the subject was the political football of abortion.”

Gosnell’s abortion employee, Tina Baldwin testified that Gosnell treated women differently, based on their race:

• White women “with money” were taken to an “immaculate” upstairs room where Gosnell treated them personally.

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• Poor black, Latino and other women were kept in the clinic’s dingy, dirty downstairs rooms, and were usually treated by medically unqualified staff.

• Tina Baldwin said she asked Gosnell about why he treated white women differently from the others. She recalled him saying, “Sorry, but that’s how it is.”

Baldwin also testified that white patients often did not have to wait in the same dirty rooms as black and Asian clients. Instead, Gosnell would escort them up the back steps to the only clean office – and he would turn on the TV for them.

Of the woman Gosnell was convicted of killing, Baldwin said, would have been treated “no different from the rest of the Africans and Asians.”

LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.