Adrienne Moton wept this week as she recounted her role in the mass murder of at least 10 pre-born babies.
The West Philadelphia medical assistant testified during the capital murder trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, owner of an abortion clinic in the supposed “City of Brotherly Love.”
Moton told a jury that she snipped the spines of at least 10 babies, a heinous procedure even by abortion standards. She said she was ordered to do so by Gosnell, the abortion-rights equivalent of Josef Mengele.
She also recalled taking a cell phone snapshot of one of the baby murder victims left in her work area. She estimated that the pre-born was nearly 30 weeks old. She was certain he could have survived, given his size and pinkish color.
She remembered her boss, Gosnell, joking that the baby boy was so big, he could have walked to the bus stop.
Moton has pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, for which she will spend the next 20 to 40 years in prison. It stands to reason that, if Gosnell’s medical assistant has been sentenced to spend much of the rest of her life behind bars, the abortionist himself deserves nothing less than the death penalty.
What particularly outrages about Gosnell’s trial is that his defense lawyer dared to assert that the prosecution of his client, who is black, amounted to “a lynching”
Of course, in so saying, the lawyer ignored the fact that almost all of the babies slaughtered by Gosnell’s clinic were black.
That’s the dirty little secret about abortion that liberal black politicians (from President Obama to the 42-member Congressional Black Caucus to the thousands of state and local black elected officials throughout the country) fail to acknowledge: That pre-born black babies are disproportionate victims of abortion.
Indeed, while Michelle Obama took time last month to attend the funeral for Hadiyah Pendleton, the Chicago gun violence victim, while her husband a year ago this month mourned the death of Trayvon Martin (“If I had a son he’d look like Trayvon,” said the father-in-chief), neither has ever uttered a discouraging word about the hundreds of thousands of black pre-borns aborted each year.
And what of Rep. Chaka Fattah, the black lawmaker in whose congressional district Gosnell’s abortion clinic was located? He has been absolutely mute about the atrocities committed by Gosnell, Philly’s latter day “Angel of Death.”
Edmund Burke, the Irish statesman in whose honor a statue stands not far from the White House, is credited with the declaration, “All that is necessary evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”
The year by year massacre of black babies will continue apace until true Christ followers in the black community stand up for the unborn.