Thursday, September 27, 2018


ABORTION KILLS…. the innocent!
America’s baby murdering factories…. Your tax dollars at work

“I Cut the Vocal Cord So The Baby Can't Scream.”

Dr. Leah Torres, an OB/GYN in Salt Lake City, Utah, said that when she performs certain abortions she cuts the vocal cord of the baby so "there's really no opportunity" for the child to scream. She also described herself as a "uterus ripper outer" because she performs hysterectomies.

Blasey Ford's published medical research includes 6 articles on the abortion pill

Dr. Christine Blasey has 21 articles listed in PubMed, the best database for medical research.  They cover a variety of topics including rate studies, gender, childhood trauma, depression, therapies like acupuncture and meditation, and chromosomal correlates.
Six of them are on mifepristone, the abortion pill.  For two of them, Blasey Ford was first author.
The subject of mifepristone, or RU-486, as it was known in the past, has always been politically charged.  Some background: Mifepristone was introduced as "The Abortion Pill" mainly in Europe in the 1980s.  It works by antagonizing progesterone, a hormone necessary for the maintenance of pregnancy.
Early on, it was discovered that mifepristone did not work well enough to expel all of the pregnancy tissue, so a second drug (misoprostol) was added to produce a complete abortion.  It was approved in 2000 in the USA as one of the last acts of President Bill Clinton, after many protests.  Currently, the abortion drugs have replaced surgical abortion up to ten weeks to some degree internationally.  In the USA, 31% of abortions before nine weeks are by pill (not surgery).
Senator Barbara Boxer, in a letter to the FDA in 2000, gave a glowing account of mifepristone for abortion, as well as envisioning a broad range possibilities for medical research on issues such as brain tumors.  Boxer successfully lobbied to drop "draconian" safety restrictions on mifepristone, including physician hospital privileges and ultrasound to guard against injuries from complications to the mother from taking the pill.  This relaxation of medical standards led to several deaths in the USA in the early years after the drug's release.
In the USA, mifepristone has restricted availability and can usually be obtained only in abortion facilities or by physicians performing abortions.
There has been a decades-long effort to make mifepristone more respectable and available.  Blasey Ford's studies were part of that effort, which included experiments in treating brain tumors, Cushing's syndrome, and psychotic depression, as well as other reproductive disorders.  The literature shows that mifepristone has some utility against Cushing's syndrome and brain tumors but not depression.
The latest part of the effort by do-it-yourself abortion advocates to make mifepristone more available involves not only releasing it to pharmacies by prescription, but even approving the drug for over-the-counter use.
Here is the list of Dr. Blasey's mifepristone studies, 2006-2011.
She appears to be coordinator of a multisite study for mifepristone and psychotic depression.  It didn't work very well.
Mifepristone versus placebo in the treatment of psychosis in patients with psychotic major depression.
The efficacy of mifepristone in the reduction and prevention of olanzapine-induced weight gain in rats.
A multisite trial of mifepristone for the treatment of psychotic depression: a site-by-treatment interaction.
Twenty-nine sites, 258 patients.  It didn't work very well.
Mifepristone treatment of olanzapine-induced weight gain in healthy men.
Mifepristone reduces weight gain and improves metabolic abnormalities associated with risperidone treatment in normal men.
Efficacy and safety of mifepristone for the treatment of psychotic depression.
 (Conclusion: It didn't work.)
Hat tip: Michael Savage

Kavanaugh smeared, but two men coming forward actually find the real (narrative) killer

Is the nightmarish miasma of increasingly flimsy charges against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh about to come to an end? Sure looks like it, as two men step forward and say they were the ones who assaulted the woman who charges Kavanaugh with the assault 37 years ago. It's like O.J. Simpson really did find 'the real killer.'
According to USA Today:
WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee has questioned two men who say they, not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, had the disputed encounter with Christine Blasey Ford at a 1982 house party that led to sexual assault allegations. 
The revelation was included in a late-night news release by Sen. Chuck Grassley, the top Republican on the committee. The release includes a day-by-day view of the committee's investigative work over the last two weeks since allegations surfaced targeting Kavanaugh.
Oh my. You wouldn't expect the real attackers to come forward just to keep Kavanaugh from having to bear an improbable accusation of sexual predation and having to defend himself alone. How often does anyone see someone take a bullet based on their own actions to at least ensure that someone innocent doesn't take it? They would have had nothing to gain from this, yet they came forward, signalling that they eventually grew up. And incredibly, it has happened.
Because something like this has potential for making the whole nightmare for Kavanaugh over.
That's because Blasey's charge, unlike the others, who came off as increasingly tawdry copycats, really was something that had some kind of evidence to it. It was also the only one that got its own hearing in the Senate - the others are such junk it looks unlikely that they will be, particularly because there are no witnesses and no accusers willing to go under oath.
Kavanaugh's first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford did say that someone attacked her in the early 1980s.  While she was lacking in significant details, it didn't mean nothing happened, it only meant it was all but impossible to prove, hence, the protestor slogan 'believe women.' Ford discovered the problem was affecting her relationships and in 2012, a therapist made notes, naming no one. So it seems clear that something did happen, but it certainly didn't have Kavanaugh's name attached to it.
Which would fit right in with the new information that two men came forward and said they were the teenage perpetrators.
Ford, and the Senate Democrats who would do anything to keep Kavanaugh off the court despite not having enough votes, now has a face-saving way out, as do the Senators staring down #MeToo mobs. Oh, they could conceivably claim the two men are the ones who are making the mistaken identification. Or they could claim that Ford was assaulted more than once, something that isn't supported by her therapist notes, which cited one incident. But if multiple elements hold together, such as other eyewitnesses, which Ford has not been able to produce so far, it could be curtains for the whole sorry affair, while not ruining Ford.
As fr Democrats, it will be that 'foiled again,' feeling as they stew in their absence of votes and inability to smear and honest man. The Anita Hill redux the Democrats so hope to win on will turn into another bust, and the pussy-hat marchers will come out but Kavanaugh's nightmare will be over and he will take his court seat to set a rule-of-law, not rule-of-activism, majority.
One can only hope that truth will come out with these two unexpected men who wanted to correct the record - and correct the increasingly awful course of our republic.

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