Buttigieg Breaks Silence on Bodies Found in South Bend Abortionist’s Home

Washington Free Beacon | 9/19/2019 | Collin Anderson
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After days of silence, Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg finally addressed the discovery of thousands of baby remains in the home of a former South Bend abortion doctor.

Dr. Ulrich Klopfer was one of South Bend's leading abortionists before the state stripped his medical license indefinitely in 2016. Klopfer was found to have violated state law 9 times and failed to properly report abortions he performed on 2 girls under the age of 14.

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Local authorities announced Friday that they had discovered more than 2,000 bodies of aborted babies in Klopfer's Illinois home following his death. Buttigieg has repeatedly supported a South Bend clinic linked to a former employee of Klopfer and remained silent on the shocking revelation for days.

When Buttigieg finally addressed the horrifying discovery Wednesday, he failed to mention Klopfer's history in South Bend, suggesting the issue should not "get caught up in politics."

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"Like everyone, I find that news out of Illinois extremely disturbing and, I think it's important that [it] be fully investigated," Buttigieg said. "I also hope that it doesn't get caught up in politics at a time when women need access to healthcare."

Buttigieg supports abortion on demand, a position he has tied to his Christian faith. Terry Schilling, executive director of the American Principles Project, criticized the South Bend mayor's response to the grisly discovery. The pro-abortion policies advanced by Buttigieg and his 2020 contenders have enabled people like Klopfer and convicted serial killer Kermit Gosnell to operate, according to Schilling.

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"It's awfully convenient that Buttigieg doesn't want the Klopfer case to be politicized when he and his fellow 2020 Democrat candidates have spent their entire campaigns politicizing just about every other major news event in our country—mass shootings, sports, even the weather," he said. "The reality is that the radically pro-abortion laws...
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