Dr. Ulrich Klopfer has become quite an infamous name over the past day. After his death, police found 2,246 fetal remains in his house the week after he died. So how does this tie into the mayor of South Bend and Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg? Because Dr. Klopfer was an abortion doctor in South Bend, Indiana.
Let’s start with some basic facts, Buttigieg cannot just search someones house. The fourth amendment is quite clear on that. And he had no reason to try and get a warrant for this person that I can see, unless you consider being an abortion doctor the same as giving up your right to privacy.
Second off, if you want to play this game, then there are still many other people to blame.
For instance, why is Governor of Indiana Eric Holcomb innocent from all this? The answer is simply, Eric Holcomb is a Republican so therefore when he lets something like this slide it’s okay because he’s more than likely against it anyway. Again, if PETA was pro-life these people would demand they get government funding.
Not only that, but the remains he kept were found in Illinois, not Indiana. As the President taught me with his attacks on Elijah Cummings, federal representatives are responsible for what happens locally. Therefore, this is the fault of Republicans Adam Kinzinger, Rodney Davis, and Mike Bost.
I hate to use “boy who cried wolf,” arguments, but sometimes it truly does apply.
Allow me to use this same kind of logic — actually, better logic, now that I think about it — to blame a pro-life Republican to one of the pro-life movements most hated men.
Kermit Gosnell, not to be confused with Kermit The Frog, was arrested in 2011 on accounts of infanticide for violating laws the pro-life put in place to call us hypocrites. If you cannot tell, I really hate the pro-life movement and everything in stands for.
Gosnell operated in Pennsylvania. At the time of his arrest, the governor was a Republican by the name of Tom Corbett. I am now going to assume it was his fault, after all, if he was a Democrat the pro-life would have been screaming for him to resign.
For that matter, if we were to buy this argument than John Hickenlooper must be the most pro-life person in the United States. After all, he was the governor when Robert Dear shot up a Planned Parenthood back in 2015. Yet no pro-life organization endorsed him back when he was in the race.
Nothing about this makes any sense.