‘Mommy, this is strange candy’


Abortion clinic staff gives children condoms for Halloween

Posted: November 01, 2011
8:45 pm Eastern

By Anita Crane
© 2011 WND

Contents of “trick” bag handed to children by abortion clinic workers

GERMANTOWN, Md. – It was Halloween, and pro-life singles and families were praying outside the Germantown, Md., abortion business of LeRoy Carhart when two of his staffers handed little children bags of “treats.”

But inside were not the typical chocolate or bubble gum enticements. There were condoms.

Before opening his own late-term abortion shop of horror, Carhart worked for the late partial-birth abortionist George Tiller in Wichita, Kan.

Later, when he was trying to protect his lucrative abortion business in Nebraska, Carhart filed lawsuits against the state’s partial-birth abortion ban, then the federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003.

In 2007, the Supreme Court upheld the federal ban in a case called Gonzales v. Carhart – but Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote the court’s opinion and instructed abortionists how to get around the ban using Carhart’s method of injecting poison into the hearts of late-term unborn babies.

His abortion business in Nebraska ultimately faltered because of a new state law that banned abortion beyond 20 weeks because of the pain inflicted on the unborn child, and he decided to move to Maryland.

Yesterday, Carhart’s staffers from Germantown Reproductive Health Services, located on 13233 Executive Park Drive, in Germantown, Md., mocked the Germantown “40 Days for Life” campaign by giving children bags labeled “40 DAYS for CHOICE.”

The bags contained condoms and sexually or gruesomely suggestive candies.

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