[ASI] See the Gosnell Movie Today

October 13th, 2018 at 12:04 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

To ASI Supporters:

The Gosnell movie, rated PG-13, is very powerful. I saw it last night. Watching the film made me angry as hell that we didn’t get a pro-life judge confirmed to the Supreme Court.

Young people with no idea of the abortion “procedure” should be encouraged to see it. Gosnell killed live babies by stabbing them with scissors and cutting their spinal cords. But he was an animal lover. He had cats and turtles. You can see a photo of one his victims at the movie website here. GRAPHIC WARNING. Go to the list of theaters and watch this today.

One of the best performances was the actor who played the creepy Gosnell, Earl Billings.


One of the most fascinating scenes is when a state “health inspector” tells the grand jury that both Republican and Democratic state governments prohibited inspections of abortion clinics because of the need to respect a woman’s “right to choose.” Protecting the abortion industry is another infamous bipartisan cover-up. You can read the original grand jury report here. It says:

The Pennsylvania Department of Health abruptly decided, for political reasons, to stop inspecting abortion clinics at all. The politics in question were not anti-abortion, but pro. With the change of administration from Governor Casey to Governor Ridge, officials concluded that inspections would be “putting a barrier up to women” seeking abortions.

This is what happened in real life. Republican Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge, a Republican, began the cover-up. He was Gosnell’s “chief enabler.” In 2013, Ridge called social conservatives “narcissists and ideologues” that are “too damned self-righteous” and are imposing “tyranny” on the nation. Ridge, a two-term governor of Pennsylvania and the first Secretary of Homeland Security, made those remarks to the Log Cabin (gay) Republicans' Spirit of Lincoln dinner on October 23, 2013. Today, Ridge is making tons of money as Chairman of Ridge Global, where “He provides clients with solutions to cyber security, international security and risk management issues.”

Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan was supposed to attend the Log Cabin Republicans annual dinner scheduled to take place in D.C. on Oct. 2 of this year.

When Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, appointed to his position by Republican President Ronald Reagan, announced he would retire from his post effective July 31, Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo issued the following statement:

No Supreme Court Justice in history has done more to advance gay rights than Justice Kennedy. This is not something that is up for debate; in his 30 years on the bench of the nation’s highest judicial body, Justice Kennedy did not simply author the most pro-gay decisions of a Supreme Court Justice — he authored all of them. Justice Kennedy will likewise leave a legacy as a staunch supporter of religious liberty, as his discerning opinion in this term’s Masterpiece Cakeshop case showed. Log Cabin Republicans congratulates Justice Kennedy for the thoughtful sympathy he displayed to the LGBT community throughout his career, and for his decades of service to the United States of America.

My friends, don’t think the Republicans are on the side of life or traditional values. Judge Kavanaugh was a law clerk to Kennedy and said his legacy was one of “securing liberty.


For the historical perspective, read my report: Hedge Funds Push Republicans to Embrace Homosexual Rights. These are powerful forces in the GOP.

For America’s Survival,

Cliff Kincaid,




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