Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Mainstream media will not report on death of woman caused by botched abortion

Here is a story that will not surprise you.

Jill Stanek reports a story about a woman who dies from an abortion. She contrasts the news about Tiller's death with the death of this woman. The national press did not cover the story. But then again, think back and remember all the news blackouts on the important events that would have galvanized public opinion in favor of the pro-life movement. The national media is so much in the back pocket of the abortion industry that they will never point out the horror of abortion and how it affects men, women and children throughout this country.

You will remember that here in Arizona two women died at one particular abortion mill and the national press pretty much ignored the story. That abortionist was convicted for the death on one of them and went to prison for manslaughter.

You will remember that here in Arizona a prominent abortionist went to prison for molesting hundreds of women during their examinations before, during and after their abortions. The national press never picked up the story.

After writing a glowing story about this abortionist years ago, this was the best that the New York Times could muster - a one paragraph briefing.

So why is it not surprising that the press ignores the death of a woman from a botched abortion.

It is not news. It happens all the time.


At 12:48 AM, Anonymous John K. Walker said...

Although it vitally important to avoid schadenfreude even when considering corrupt practices such as these deliberate press omissions, and this observation may reflect only an indirect result, but at least in this one area we can take some comfort in the fact that te media's abrogation of its duties in favor of pro-abortion cheerleading is definitely NOT resulting in their continued prosperity. All of the mega-trends toward their own commecial demise never seem to even trigger any reevaluation on their part, much less in ending such dishonesty and contempt for humanity.

So at least, we must concede the media's absolute commitment to abortion-on-demand and the entire associated range of destructive social engineering that this unprofessional behavior represents. I mean, if people are willing to put themselves out of work in favor of a political agenda, they must really believe in what they are doing....

At 1:06 PM, Anonymous Linus stephens said...

Well, on the bright side, Arizona has just taken a major step towards dismantling race and gender preferences and discrimination in state and local government. Yesterday, the state Senate voted to place an initiative on the 2010 general election ballot barring discrimination against – or preferential treatment for – any individual on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin. The Arizona House approved identical legislation last week.

Senator Russell Pearce, sponsor of the Senate version of the measure noted: "Affirmative Action and other forms of race and gender based preferences have created an uneven playing field for too long in
Arizona. Now our voters will have a chance to put an end to this form of government discrimination once and for all."


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