Abortionist Admits Abortion is an “Enormous Destructive Process” for an Unborn Child

Opinion   |   Sarah Terzo   |   Aug 9, 2016   |   7:00PM   |   Washington, DC

Abortionist describes “destructive process” of abortion

“[Abortionist] Dr. William B. Waddill said that saline produces “such a caustic and tremendously bad and hostile environment for the baby that it just creates an enormous destructive process.”

Quoted from The People of the State of California vs. William Baxter Waddill, Jr. Transcript of Preliminary Examination, in the Municipal Court of the West Orange County Judicial District, State of California, Case no. 77W2085 April 19, 1977

William Brennan The Abortion Holocaust: Today’s Final Solution (St. Louis, Missouri, 1983)

Saline solution was injected into the amniotic sack to slowly poison the baby during abortion procedures. Today, the poison of choice is Digoxin. Witnesses say Dr. Waddill strangled a baby born alive after a botched saline abortion procedure.

Abortionist: Abortion is Killing

Dr. Bertran Wainer, abortion clinic founder and abortionist:

“Abortion is killing. Nobody can argue with that. When the fetus is inside the uterus it is alive and when the pregnancy terminated it is dead – that by any definition is killing. … I think abortion is the destruction of something which is potentially irreplaceable, human and of great value, which is the tragedy of abortion. But it is not of greater value than the woman seeking the abortion.”

Miriam Claire The Abortion Dilemma: Personal Views on a Public Issue (New York: Insight Books, 1995) 59

Abortionist has no compassion for fetuses

Abortionist Howard I. Diamond:

“I feel sorry for a starving cat. A fetus that nobody wants – that’s not sad.”

Norma Rosen “Between Guilt and Gratification: Abortion Doctors Reveal Their Feelings”New York Times Magazine April 17, 1977, p 75

Pro-Choice writer describes “terrible sense of emptiness”

Pro-Choice author Miriam Claire on her abortion:

“I was performing as a singer in “Evita” in London in 1984 when I discovered that I was pregnant… By coincidence, a colleague with whom I shared a dressing room discovered that she was pregnant at around the same time. She and her husband were thrilled with their news, but she became distressed at the thought that I was going to have an abortion. In total sincerity, she asked me if I would consider having the baby and letting her adopt it. I was utterly distressed at the thought of possibly giving up a child of mine for adoption. I thanked my colleague for her offer and tried to explain to her that just as her maternal instinct prompted her to make such an offer, my maternal instinct could never let me accept it. While I do believe that adopting out a child can be an expression of maternal protectiveness and caring, it was not my choice…

My experience was a struggle because I had not anticipated the terrible sense of emptiness that followed the abortion. It is probably difficult for those who are against abortion or who have not had one to understand that one can have an abortion without regret and yet still feel a deep sense of loss.… Abortion produces many conflicting emotions that are not necessarily reconcilable or logical… It is virtually impossible to know how you are going to react physically and emotionally after the abortion.”

Miriam Claire The Abortion Dilemma: Personal Views on a Public Issue (New York: Insight Books, 1995) 11-12

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