Caught on Video: SC Abortion Clinic Caught Selling Aborted Babies Out Of Car
Abortionists and their medical waste enablers are the dregs of society and medicine and, therefore, are forced to conduct their nefarious activities in secret. Because abortionists kill babies, they also break other laws.
Mar 2o, 2018 by Tim Brown
It isn’t bad enough that these abortion mills murder thousands of children every year, but then they turn around in an even more diabolical way and sell the babies’ bodies for money.
South Carolina abortion clinic Greenville Women’s Clinic had a representative illegally transport the bodies of babies they murdered and then transfer them to a Stericycle Waste Recycling truck at a local gas station.
The video below was filmed by pro-life group Created Equal.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control saw the video and sent a letter to both Greenville Women’s Clinic and Stericycle, informing them of the allegations and demanding a conference on the matter.
According to the letter from the SCDHEC, “On December 8, 2017, the Department received a complaint alleging that Greenville Women’s transported waste to the Quick Trip gas station located at 1509 Grove Road, Greenville, South Carolina on June 21, 2017, October 4, 2017, and October 18, 2017, and that the waste was transferred to Stericycle, Inc. (Stericycle), a registered South Carolina waste transporter.”
Personally, I’m sickened to hear of the bodies of murdered children referred to as “waste,” but then this is what the culture of death breeds, a language the dehumanizes people.
According to the DHEC, the allege that the clinic violated South Carolina Infectious Waste Management Regulations, SC Code Ann. Regs. 61-105 (Supp. 2012) promulgated pursuant to the South Carolina Infectious Waste Management Act, SC code Ann. 44-93-30 (2002).
Greenville Women’s Clinic is alleged to have violated the following:
- Illegally transferred and storing infectious waste (aborted babies).
- Transferring waste at a non-designated transfer facility (gas station).
- Not having a properly marked transfer vehicle and leak resistant cargo carrying containers.
- Not being registered as a transporter of infectious waste.
- Having no infectious waste management plan.
Stericycle also faces several allegations.
- Illegally transferred and stored infectious waste (aborted babies).
- Illegally transferred infectious waste from one vehicle to another at a non-designated transfer facility.
- Illegally accepted infectious waste without a proper manifest.
Isn’t that amazing? They are not considered guilty of murder. No, no. They are merely guilty of violating waste management regulations. How sick is that??
And what’s the most that may happen to them?
According to the letter, they may face some monetary penalties. This is how the state acts as God. The crime they ultimately committed should cost the persons involved their lives, but the state will simply get its money with no real justice imposed.
The conference is scheduled for March 22 at 10 am in the offices of the Bureau of Land and Waste Management in Columbia, South Carolina.
Mark Harrington, Created Equal’s president, said “Abortionists and their medical waste enablers are the dregs of society and medicine and, therefore, are forced to conduct their nefarious activities in secret.”
“Because abortionists kill babies, they also break other laws,” he added.
“We thank the SCDHEC for bringing to light both the unlawful conduct of Greenville Women’s Clinic and Stericycle,” Harrington continued. “We demand the SDHEC shut down both these operations over these violations, not just given a slap on the wrist.”
Amen, they should but there’s money at stake.
However, Personhood SC is believing that God may just deliver us a miracle here in South Carolina in which the Personhood Act of SC would effectively make the murder of the unborn illegal in the state of South Carolina and has the support of many representatives and the governor of the state.
This would go a long way in bringing people engaged in these activities to justice.
Let’s hope that we have the victory and stand against the holocaust we have allowed for far too long in our beloved South Carolina.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media
Mar 21, 2018 BY:
March For Our Lives, a demonstration involving survivors of the Parkland school shooting that will take place Saturday in Washington, D.C., and across the country, registered a 501(c)(4) nonprofit advocacy organization that is not required to disclose its donors.
The March for Our Lives Action Fund, a 501(c)(4) “social welfare” nonprofit organization, was registered on March 8 with the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, records show. The action fund lists its business address in Encino, Calif., and its agent as CT Corporation System, a D.C.-based firm that offers agent, incorporation, and corporate business compliance services.
Jeri Rhodes, an associate executive secretary for finance and administration at the Friends Committee on National Legislation, a group that “lobbies Congress and the administration to advance peace, justice, opportunity, and environmental stewardship,” is also listed as the action fund’s executing officer and governor on its registration. Rhodes previously served as chief financial officer for Greenpeace.
While the organization said on its website it is “for kids and by kids” and the “March For Our Lives organizers are the kids themselves,” it also said the kids “have brought in support to help ensure it is a success.” A coalition of liberal advocacy groups are currently involved in organizing and planning the march. In addition to support from leading gun-control groups like Everytown for Gun Safety, the Brady Campaign, and Giffords, organizers from the Women’s March, Planned Parenthood, and Move On are involved with the permitting for the event as well as promoting it.
March For Our Lives is even directing donations to Everytown, which has set up a March For Our Lives Initiative under their own 501(c)(3) operation. Donations to that fund will be tax deductible, and its donors will have to be publicly disclosed.
However, the March For Our Lives Action Fund, as a 501(c)(4) organization, will not be required to disclose its donors, and individuals who send cash to the group can remain anonymous. A 501(c)(4) designated group can be involved in political activity as long as it does not become its primary focus. The organization said on its website it chose to incorporate the group this way because it plans to lobby for new gun-control legislation even after Saturday’s march.
“March for Our Lives Action Fund is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code,” it said. “Unlike section 501(c)(3) charitable organizations which have restrictions on their lobbying activities, section 501(c)(4) organizations are permitted to conduct unlimited lobbying for federal tax purposes. This form of entity gives the students maximum flexibility to conduct high-impact legislative advocacy during the Day of Action and beyond.”
They said the donations being made to the group now will be used to cover expenses for the march and also future lobbying efforts.
“Donations to the March For Our Lives Action Fund will cover all expenses associated with the march taking place in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, March 24th,” the site said. “The funds will also be used to fight for comprehensive gun safety legislation at the local, state, and federal level, and will also include voter education, ballot initiatives, and lobbying state legislatures and Congress to protect America’s kids.”
Despite the anonymous nature of the group’s funding, there is some information on who has given money to the group thus far because a number of celebrities have announced their own donations publicly. Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney, Steven Spielberg, and Jeffrey Katzenberg have each donated $500,000. The fashion company Gucci has also publicly announced their own half-million-dollar donation. Those publicly disclosed donations total $2.5 million.
The group also announced that the proceeds from the GoFundMe fundraiser, which raised $3.3 million in the immediate aftermath of the Parkland shooting, would be split between a separate fund that will help financially support the families of the victims and the March For Our Lives Action Fund. It is unclear how much money the Action Fund has raised since the GoFundMe fundraiser was ended and the group switched to raising money through The Action Network, a fundraising platform designed to assist progressive causes. The group won’t be required to file financial disclosures for several months.
Rhodes and March for Our Lives did not immediately return a request for comment.