Pure Evil – You Won’t Believe This Man’s Rationale For Providing Abortions

There is no shortage of physicians who think they are “helping” women by providing abortions.

They make every excuse in the book for why it’s acceptable to end an innocent human life, and the problem is, they actually believe unborn children aren’t yet human.

Now one abortionist is using the most blasphemous rationalization possible for his sick work, and you won’t believe what he has to say.

Dr. Willie Parker’s website states that he was raised in a fundamentalist form of Christianity.

He is an obstetrician who stopped the practice of delivering healthy babies into the world in 2009 when he decided his true calling was to help women murder their unwanted children.

In his book, Life’s Work, Parker tells how he came to follow this sickening “calling” – by twisting the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s sermon on the Good Samaritan, which he says “inspired” him to perform abortions.

He “traded in his private practice and a penthouse apartment in Hawaii for the life of an itinerant abortion provider,” according to the bio on his website, and “makes a powerful Christian case for championing reproductive rights.”

Of all the serial abortionists Mommy Underground has reported on – from Kermit Gosnell to James Pendergraft – Parker’s disturbing belief that he is being a good Christian witness by helping provide abortions to low-income women is one of the most delusional views we’ve seen.

He actually claims that, in murdering unborn children, he is doing “the Lord’s work” to make the lives of these women better.

He truly believes he is a Good Samaritan, and a righteous Christian serving the Lord.

There is no mention of the lives of children lost – created by God — or the lives of women who will be forever haunted by their choice.

Pro-life author Mike Adams has researched Willie Parker and has delved deeply into his memoir, Life’s Work.

Adams reported on Parker for Townhall in order to shine a spotlight on the twisted views and claims of the serial abortionist.

Parker makes absurd and contradictory claims at every turn.

For example, he says that babies in the first trimester “do not have distinctive body parts.”

Then he boasts that, “I make sure I find every part, and I place them together, re-creating the fetus in the pan. I have done this so many times that it has become routine: no matter what these parts may look like, this is organic matter that does not add up to anything that can live on its own.according to Life’s Work.

Parker then goes on to explain how good he is at performing second trimester abortions in which the cervix has to be pried open and the baby’s skull broken in order to “collapse and fit through the tube.”

Adams notes that, obviously, Christian pro-lifers are shocked and disgusted at this serial abortionists’ use of the Christian faith to defend – even support – his heinous actions.

He has even said he is exposed to “psycho-terrorism” when pro-lifers expose his lies and contradictions or protest in front of his clinics.

Adams thinks the “terrorism” idea is more suitably applied to the women and children who are being targeted, lured into a false sense of righteousness and safety by a doctor who says it is God’s will to kill their unborn child.

Parker also believes that prescribing chemical abortions is another form of “merciful assistance” that he provides to pregnant women.

“Women like it because it allows them to terminate their pregnancies at home, at their convenience, in the evening when their kids are asleep, without having to miss work or find child care,” he states in his book.

As if having an abortion at home while the kids sleep is like getting a manicure or a haircut.  Sickening.

In his piece for Townhall, Adams says, “Willie Parker may be one of the most skillful abortionists in America. But he is also one of the least skillful liars I’ve ever encountered.”

In fact, Adams is taking on the doctor’s twisted viewpoint that he is providing a Christian service to women in an upcoming debate on February 21st at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

This debate will be live streamed online, and all Christians opposed to the slaughter of the unborn – and the monsters who rationalize it – are encouraged to watch.

“Doctor” Willie Parker is truly delusional – and dangerous.

In thinking that his “Life’s Work” is to serve God by murdering His creation — innocent unborn children — the progressive viewpoint on women’s “reproductive rights” has reached a sickening new low.

What do you think of Willie Parker’s claims that he is serving God by aborting children?  Will you watch his debate with Mike Adams?  Leave us your thoughts.


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