But it turns out Carhart will not be opening a new mill in MD after all, which was one of his premises for soliciting funds in a September 30 letter to “supporter(s).”
In fact, it appears Carhart will simply function as a hired abortionist at an already existing mill, Germantown Reproductive Health Services, 13233 Executive Park Terrace, Germantown, MD, where Vicki Saporta, president and CEO of the National Abortion Federation, told the Washington Post, “Carhart plans to begin working on Monday.”
GRHS’s website states, “We are privately owned women’s reproductive health care facilities. We were founded in 1976 by a group of nurses, ministers, social workers, and physicians.”
So unless Carhart has bought a piece of the action, he’s just another employee.
It was curious that Carhart told The Iowa Independent he planned to open his new clinic in Maryland on December 6, “to coincide with a workshop by the National Right to Life organization” on December 7, when he simultaneously indicated to the Associated Press he wasn’t sure of the location.
Now it makes sense. Carhart knew all along when he would begin his new job and where. He’s such a liar. Is it legal for Carhart’s 501(c)3 to solicit funds under false pretenses?
TBD.com reports Carhart will “partner” with GRHS “to expand access to reproductive health care for women,” according to Saporta.
“Expanded access” in this case simply means aborting older babies. From TBD:
Reproductive Health Services… already provides surgical abortions into the 19th week of pregnancy. Saporta said that Carhart will provide abortions “beginning at 6 weeks” and continuing “through the second trimester” (the second trimester encompasses weeks 13 through 27).