Drawing Attention to the Gosnell Trial Might Expose Extensive Abuse

by Ryan on April 29, 2013

in Culture,Media,Media Bias,Politics,Right to Life

The jury in abortionist baby-killer Kermit Gosnell’s murder trial heard closing arguments today.  Based on ridiculously scant media coverage of this trial, most wouldn’t have noticed it.  Demonstrating the depth of the MSM blackout, NewsBusters revealed that in the last 42 days Good Morning America spent 109 minutes on other sensational trials, while spending NO time on this one.  This lack of coverage was typical for other news outlets too.

The Washington Post posits a reason why:  it’s uncomfortable to think about the idea that Gosnell might not be alone.  That, and buried deep in the article is the fact that President Obama agrees with this kind of infanticide.  Drawing attention to Gosnell may harm the President’s image, especially since he recently stood in stark defense of Planned Parenthood.  Hence, it doesn’t fit the overall MSM narrative.

Unfortunately for the MSM and Planned Parenthood, their archenemy is at it again — Lila Rose from LiveAction has released an undercover video from New York, then another from Washington DC, of atrocious things being suggested at abortion clinics, implying the practices are common, no big deal.  Pushing this story into the people’s consciousness may coerce the MSM to eventually do their job while exposing the mainstream media’s near silence on this issue.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Steve April 29, 2013 at 7:17 pm

Undercover video: From the front lines of the Abortion Industry (Live Action News)



rightonoz April 30, 2013 at 5:02 pm


While I support a woman’s right to choice, I only support to 20 weeks and then a ban unless dire health consequences to the mother. This can only be called murder.

We are seeing a case of a local doctor threatened with being banned for refusing to refer a couple for an abortion when they decided they wanted a son, not a daughter at 23 weeks. I’d support a law banning advising the sex.


Ryan April 30, 2013 at 6:03 pm

Hey Oz,
I’m not sure if the term has made it down under, but sex-selective abortions are called “gendercide” in some circles up here.

Also, if Americans were allowed to vote on abortion itself, we might construct laws like other nations in the West, which have stringent rules at 20 weeks, etc.


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