A burial service was held Wednesday in Indiana for the 2,411 remains of aborted babies that were found on the property of abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer after he died in September. Indiana Attorney General Curtis T. Hill Jr. announced the service, which was held in South Bend where Klopfer performed many abortions.
Klopfer’s medical license was revoked in 2016 after he failed to report performing an abortion on a 13-year-old girl. The discovery of the remains was called “disturbing” by South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg, now a candidate for the Democrat presidential primary.
Buttigieg was responsible for greenlighting a new abortion clinic in 2017 that had as an administrator someone who worked with Klopfer for many years, and even vetoing a rezoning decision that would have allowed a pro-life center to move in next to the abortion clinic. Buttigieg has said repeatedly that he does not favor any restrictions on abortion, even late term abortions or medical care for babies that survive abortion.
“Issues on the legality or morality of abortion are dramatically beyond my paygrade as a mayor,” he said, adding that he thought it would be a bad idea to have two organizations “diametrically opposed” to each other so close together.
Buttigieg is part of the culture of death on the left that has not only allowed but encouraged abortion at every opportunity, and we definitely don’t need him as our president.
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