Mayor @PeteButtigieg addressing the news about former South Bend abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer. Police found more than 2,000 fetal remains at Klopfer’s Illinois home. Buttigieg called it “extremely disturbing” and said he hopes it doesn’t become political pic.twitter.com/WIgqO8YEDG
— Max Lewis (@MaxLewisTV) September 18, 2019
Mayor Pete Buttigieg doesn’t want the discovery of more than 2,200 aborted fetuses at a deceased abortionist’s home to get mired in political discussions.
After days of silence, the White House hopeful finally commented on the longtime South Bend, Indiana abortion provider’s deplorable hobby. (Western Journal)
And it was an outrage in its own way.
Addressing reporters on Wednesday, Buttigieg finally deigned to comment on Friday’s news about Will County, Illinois, sheriff’s deputies finding the remains of 2,246 abortion victims in the home of the deceased Dr. Ulrich Klopfer.
Klopfer had run three abortion clinics in Indiana — in Buttigieg’s South Bend, in Fort Wayne and Gary — before his medical license was suspended in 2016.
In clearly rehearsed lines, Buttigieg managed to call the discovery “disturbing,” acknowledge that it should be investigated, but insisted it should not infringe on women’s access to “health care.”