Never has there been so perfect an example of what it looks like to keep the outside of the vessel clean.
A waste removal company working with a notorious doctor who conducts third-trimester abortions is trying to justify their involvement in this ghastly practice by claiming they put crosses and holy water on the remains of the aborted children, and that they themselves are anti-abortion.
Created Equal explains that Bio-Haz Solutions, Inc., recently came under fire for working with third-trimester abortionist Leroy Carhart to dispose of the remains of his Carhart’s victims.
CEO David Henritzy thinks his facilitation of Carhart’s mass murder is perfectly justifiable because he treats the remains with respect. He explained in a voice mail that:
“First and foremost, we at Bio-Haz Solutions are against all abortions. However, we feel a reverential and moral responsibility with the goodness of God and His blessing that we take of the souls of the children with no voice. No other company does what we do in a very reverent and respectful way for the lost souls of these children. We take responsibility of handling and managing how said containers are handled once they leave the facility of origin. All our vehicles carry holy water and place golden crosses on containers we pick up at the aforementioned locations. We also carry the Holy bible to guide us in time of need.
While these slaughtered children are certainly worthy of being disposed of with dignity, it is absolutely vile that Henritzy would invoke his own supposed stance as pro-life and thinks that he can justify his involvement with a serial murderer like Carhart with a little Holy Water and some crosses.
As Created Equal retorts:
Should we have held Nazi crematorium operators less accountable for incinerating dead Jews if they first performed some religious rite for them? No!
What if Bio Haz put crosses on the suction machines and curettes used to kill babies? Would that make the act of abortion any less grievous?
Cloaking the enabling of child-killing in religion is highly offensive and blasphemous!
Mark Harrington of Created Equal said, “Whether you place a cross on them or not, whether waste trucks carry holy water and Bibles, this doesn’t change the fact that these children who are made in God’s image are being shipped off to be burned like common garbage. Enabling abortion is a moral evil irrespective of the religious symbols used to cover for the killing.”
Amen to that!
If you’d like to help hold Henritzy’s feet for the flame and insist he take his faith more seriously than this, Created Equal urges us to contact him and make our feelings known:
Please contact Bio-Haz CEO David Henritzy and tell him how offensive it is to obscure his company’s complicity in abortion with religious language and symbols. Politely ask him to cancel his contract with LeRoy Carhart and AbortionClinics.org.
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