Pete Buttigieg Hopes 2,000 Babies Found In South Bend Abortionist’s House Won’t “Impact Abortion Access”

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As we previously reported, the home of a recently-deceased South Bend, Indiana abortionist was found to contain the “medically-preserved” remains of a staggering 2,246 aborted babies:

At about 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, the Will County Coroner’s Office received a call from an attorney representing the family of Dr. Klopfer who died Sept. 3, stating that they made their sickening discovery while going through Klopfer’s belongings, the Will County sheriff’s office told FOX 32.

The total number of fetal remains counted by law enforcement and confiscated by the coroner’s office was a shocking 2,246. Who knows how many more they didn’t find!

According to the South Bend Tribune, Klopfer may have been Indiana’s most prolific abortionist, in spite of having his license briefly suspended three years ago.

The Will County Sheriff’s Office does not currently believe Klopfer committed abortions on the property, LifeSite News states, so the bodies were most likely transferred from The Women’s Pavilion abortion clinic in South Bend where Klopfer worked to his home in Illinois. The attorneys general of both states will be working together on the investigation. 

After a week of silence on the matter, South Bend mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who has a history of defending other scandal-ridden abortion centers and recently contorted Scripture to justify the murder of the unborn, finally issued a statement on the gruesome discovery in Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s home.

Unsurprisingly, Buttigieg offered a feeble expression of shock at Klopfer’s collection, but said he hopes that the case does not “get caught up in politics.”

“Like everyone, I find the news out of Illinois extremely disturbing, and I think it’s important that it be fully investigated,” Buttigieg told WSBT. “I also hope it doesn’t get caught up in politics at a time when women need access to healthcare. But there’s no question that what happened is disturbing, it’s unacceptable, and it needs to be looked into fully.”

The inconsistency of the pro-abortion reaction to the news of Klopfer’s collection of fetuses is simply astounding. 

Exactly why would Pete Buttigieg, someone who unapologetically rejects the life and personhood of unwanted babies in the womb, consider anything about the Klopfer case to be “disturbing”?

Logically speaking, people like Buttigieg should consider the Klopfer case nothing more than an incident of the improper disposal of medical waste. 

What’s so disturbing about that? 

Unless, of course, somewhere deep in his conscience, Buttigieg knows that these are children. Real, human children. If it was wrong for Klopfer to smuggle their remains out of his clinic and into his home, why isn’t it wrong for him to have killed them in the first place?

 

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