The mainstream media has done a pretty good job — especially network television stations reaching tens of millions of viewers — of ignoring the massive scandal at Planned Parenthood, which sells aborted babies and their body parts.
But the media has obsessively reported a story from Monday of a abortion clinic bomb scare in Wichita, Kansas. To wit, here’s a story from CBS News, which has done an excellent job of ignoring the Planned Parenthood expose’ videos.
Police say a man is in custody after he brought a small improvised explosive device into a women’s health care clinic that provides abortions in south-central Kansas.
Wichita Police Department spokesman Doug Nolte says officers responded to the South Wind Women’s Center around 3:30 p.m. Monday. He says on-site security inspected a backpack the man brought in and found knives and the explosive device.
Officials told CBS affiliate KWCH in Wichita that the suspect was also carrying a small box wrapped in tape.
Clinic staff evacuated the building, and a bomb squad was called to remove the backpack. No injuries were reported.
The expectation with the CBS News story is that someone who is pro-life must be responsible.
Another “news report”goes further and claims the man with the bomb was pro-life: ““Pro-Life” Terrorist Brings Bomb Into George Tiller Clinic.”
This Monday, at 3:30 PM, a man who has not yet been identified by police was arrested after walking into the Kansas abortion clinic, carrying a bomb and a bag full of knives. He was also reportedly carrying a box wrapped in tape.
Ostensibly, he planned on killing/maiming a bunch of innocent people to prove how very “pro-life” he is.
It isn’t until today with a story in Newsweek that we learn the man in possession of the explosive device was none other than someone applying for a job at the abortion clinic.
Police in Wichita, Kansas, released new details about a bomb scare at an abortion clinic on Monday.
Police arrested Moises Trevizo hours after, they allege, he carried an explosive device into the South Winds Women’s Center on Monday. Trevizo turned 20 Tuesday.
A police spokesman said Trevizo did not plan on setting off the explosive or causing damage, local media reported. Rather, he had moved out of his home and had all of his belongings with him.
His backpack reportedly contained a bomb, fashioned from a pill bottle and fireworks material, and several knives.
Julie Burkhart, founder of the center, told Newsweek the individual was at the facility to apply for a job. “This was his initial visit to our clinic. He was indeed coming here to talk with our canvas manager about a position canvassing,” she said. “So yes, it was quite shocking and unsettling and unnerving that a person would come to the clinic with a backpack full of knives and an explosive device.”