Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Abortionist LeRoy Carhart suddenly doesn't want to talk to the media

Just a couple of weeks ago at the Sundance Film Festival, abortionist LeRoy Carhart was willing to be photographed, treated like a star and talk to the media about his late-term abortion business. He even shared a wild, nonsensical conspiracy theory with the Daily Beast.
Dr. Carhart believes these anti-abortion crusaders are part of a larger plan concocted by the Republican Party to make women and minorities second-class citizens.
"If all abortions become completely illegal in the United States, then women can't compete in the marketplace so corporate America becomes all-male—and unfortunately would become all white male, since minorities are the ones who need abortions and can't pay for them," he says. "Rich, white people can go find one. This whole thing is a conspiracy, as far as I'm concerned, to keep the WASPs in power."
Now that one of his patients is dead, he is suddenly as unavailable to media as he was when his patient was having complications and looking for help.

Via Omaha World-Herald:
Carhart did not return messages left on his cellphone Monday. A woman who answered the phone at his Bellevue clinic said he would not be available for comment.
Via the Washington Post:
Carhart did not respond to requests for an interview.

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