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Published On: Fri, Mar 16th, 2018

Abortion doctor Leah Torres discusses cutting babies’ ‘cord’ so they can’t scream, jokes about hysterectomies

In a very callous tone, abortion doctor Leah Torres responded to questions about performing abortions, explaining how she will “transect the cord” to prevent a baby from screaming or mocks a pro-lifer by describing hysterectomies as a “uterus ripper outer.”

On twitter, Torres tweeted that if the babies she kills are developed enough to have larynxes, she snips “the cord” so they don’t scream. Torres then deleted the tweet because “my friend asked me to” but “I’m not sorry” for it.

Check out the screenshot of the first tweet, h/t to Life Site News for covering it.

Here’s the apology:

“Yes, I deleted the post. My friend asked me to. See, the thing is, she is trying to open dialogue between “pro-life” and “pro-choice” here in Australia, for the greater good of reproductive health. Folks allowed the post to inhibit progress, so, it’s off my feed.”

She added:

“Australia is far more civilized than we are in the U.S. regarding discourse surrounding abortion, btw. They actually see the pregnant person as a priority.”

Twitter has ignited, reposted her deleted tweet and a manufactured “billboard”/meme with her quote.

One responder countered:

“So, by your own admission, they CAN scream, you just deprive them the chance to do so by cutting their throats ! That’s called and it’s the same as ISIS does. Your WILL be your downfall & I WILL rejoice when it does !” – @NMARIA9

Life Site noted that Torres is based in Utah. She works for Planned Parenthood. According to Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden, he didn’t investigate Utah Planned Parenthood “because their abortion doctors were the only ones who actually scared me.”

“The Silent Scream” is a famous documentary, narrated by NARAL founder and former abortionist, from the early days of the pro-life movement. It shows an actual abortion on an ultrasound. The 11-week-old baby being killed appears to be crying out in pain. Video below.

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