by Hans Johnson

After Ann McElhinney’s recent two-hour interview with Kermit Gosnell, the subject of the docudrama she is co-producing, she sat stunned in her car for almost as long. The man serving a life sentence at a maximum security prison in western Pennsylvania was happy and “smiling continuously,” showing no remorse for his 30-year career of coldly dispatching hundreds of newborn babies, often by snipping their spinal cords with a pair of scissors.

His serene demeanor – which was compared to that of Hannibal Lecter in “Silence of the Lambs” – never changed as he waxed on about his interests in poetry, food, and music. Convinced he has done nothing wrong and will be released soon, he further revolted McElhinney with inappropriate touching and invasion of her personal space.

“It was so chilling,” she told Dana Loesch in this video clip from TheBlaze TV. “You are really sitting in the presence of evil and you’re really aware of it.”


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