Bipartisanship is not dead after all, even around an issue like abortion.
Attorneys General Kwame Raoul (D) of Illinois and Curtis Hill (R) of Indiana have agreed to conduct an investigation into the over 2,200 fetal remains found at the Illinois home of Indiana-based abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. Will County, Illinois police found the remains at the home of the deceased Klopfer, after his family asked for their help in handling the remains they discovered in his garage.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill and his Illinois counterpart will investigate the discovery of more than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains found on the property of a former Indiana abortion doctor who died in early September. https://t.co/GWs1VHrbxy
— RTV6 Indianapolis (@rtv6) September 17, 2019
WFYI reports, “Hill’s announcement came after several Indiana lawmakers called for his office to investigate whether the remains were illegally transported across state lines. Lawmakers are also seeking a probe of the shuttered clinics in Allen, Lake and St. Joseph’s counties where Klopfer had performed abortions to make sure no fetal remains are being stored at the former clinics in Fort Wayne, Gary and South Bend.”
Raoul’s decision to work with Hill should be praised, considering that Raoul is close to the abortion industry , having been endorsed by Planned Parenthood and regularly voting pro-abortion as a state legislator. The Governor of Illinois, J.B. Pritzker, is a pro-abortion ideologue, recently signing a law into place in Illinois that legalized infanticide.
BREAKING: Police say 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains were found on the property of Ulrich George Klopfer, a late abortion doctor who used to operate a South Bend clinic. https://t.co/mooWV1psRr
— WNDU (@WNDU) September 14, 2019
Pete Buttigieg was a champion and cheerleader for abortionist Ulrich Klopfer.
Klopfer's home was just found to have thousands of aborted babies in it.
Buttigieg wants us to trust his judgement?
— Students for Life (@StudentsforLife) September 14, 2019
Writing of the atrocity, Alexandra Desanctis of the National Review notes this; “Abortion intentionally ends the lives of human beings. We were reminded of this in a particularly grisly way over the weekend, when 2,246 remains of aborted fetuses were discovered inside the home of former abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer. His family discovered the medically preserved remains on Klopfer’s property in Illinois after he passed away earlier this month….it ought to shock the conscience of a nation that legally sanctions nearly a million abortion procedures every year. It’s easy enough to ignore that reality when the remains are disposed of behind clinics and taken to landfills, and we never have to see them. They aren’t supposed to appear again, closeted away in the houses of abortionists only to emerge in our newsfeeds or on our television screens.The killing can continue as long as we don’t have to pay attention. But sometimes we don’t have a choice.”