UPDATED STORY:It saddens me greatly to report news like the Gosnell Murder trial, but we must ask ourselves why WE allow Abortion!




This saddens me that we have to report news like this in a country founded by God.

Can you even imagine how God feels about what we are allowing to happen right here in America?


Albuquerque, where FGGAM is based, has become the Abortion Capitol of the United States.

A former abortion clinic worker has capped the murder trial of her former boss with testimony that she saw more than 10 babies breathe before they were killed.

UPDATE at 3:30pm Friday April 19th

The prosecution has rested its case against abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. Despite the gruesome nature of the trial, it still isn’t getting much coverage from the major media—and it’s been going on for five weeks.

The trial of the 72-year-old abortionist has pushed many to anger and tears.

“It’s really the first time that there’s an African-American abortionist in an African-American neighborhood who was preying on his own people for a profit,” Dr. Clenard Childress of the Life and Education and Resource Network said.

Gosnell faces the death penalty for eight counts of murder: one in the death of a 41-year old woman who overdosed while in his care.

The others: for killing seven babies by snipping their spines with scissors after they reportedly had been born alive.

House of Horrors
Past patients describe his now-shuttered abortion clinic as a “house of horrors.” In reviewing the case, grand jury members said it was a failure to report and enforce broken violations that led to the clinic’s deplorable conditions, including the following:

  • Blood-stained furniture and walls;
  • Unsterilized medical equipment that spread venereal diseases;
  • Fetal remains stored in bags and plastic jugs.

“We are looking at a killing field of human beings because one person and a lot [of] people didn’t have courage to go ahead and follow up and make sure there were safe conditions in that abortion clinic,” Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life group the Susan B. Anthony List, said.

Dannenfelser and others blame former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, a pro-choice Republican, for ending clinic inspections in the ’90s.

“Unless you are a pro-life governor, you’re probably not going to have the backbone and courage to enforce the regulations as they’re put on the books,” Dannenfelser said.

She and others don’t limit blame to state and city authorities. Critics pointed out the mainstream media have dropped the ball too.

Media Blackout
Hardly any major news outlets covered the case until a liberal commentator railed against reporters in this USA Today column for failing to cover Gosnell’s trial.

“I’ve been doing this for 25 years, and I don’t recall any big league media, mainstream media ever being shamed into doing a story,” Bucks County Courier Times reporter J.D. Mullane said.

Mullane, who has been described as the “lone reporter” at the trial from the beginning, believes the case and the grand jury’s report has the potential to reshape the national debate over abortion.

“I am convinced that if only half of what is in that report were known to the American public, given coverage by the mainstream media, especially the TV networks, Roe v. Wade and the unfettered right to abortion would be as vigorously debated in America as the Second Amendment is after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre,” Mullane said. “I’m convinced of it. It is that bad.”

But it wasn’t bad enough for The White House to weigh in. When asked about President Obama’s opinion earlier this week, press secretary Jay Carney said the president was “aware” of the case and “does not and cannot take a position on an ongoing trial.”

In its report, the federal grand jury described Dr. Gosnell’s clinic as a drug mill by day and an abortion mill by night. Even though the Women’s Medical Society is now closed and Gosnell awaits the jury’s verdict, many wonder how many other clinics just like Gosnell’s may be operating under the radar.


Kareema Cross is the final prosecution witness against Dr. Kermit Gosnell. She says she saw the babies’ chests move but was told by Gosnell they were not breathing.


She also says she saw three babies move their arms and legs and heard a fourth give a soft whine.


Cross says she was so upset by clinic procedures that she took photos and called authorities.


A 2011 grand jury report lambastes state and city officials for failing to inspect the busy Philadelphia clinic.


The defense denies that babies were born alive, and Cross is sure to face strenuous questioning Thursday from defense lawyer Jack McMahon.



  1. [T]he Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion” – John Adams from Treaty of Tripoli

    “Our civil rights have no dependence on our religious opinions” – Thomas Jefferson

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion…” -1st Amendment

    Abortion is a controversial issue, but it simply is not possible to be taken seriously when you claim the US was “founded by God”.

    If the U.S. was founded on the Christian religion, the Constitution would clearly say so–but it does not. Nowhere does the Constitution say: “The United States is a Christian Nation”, or anything even close to that. In fact, the words “Jesus Christ, Christianity, Bible, Creator, Divine, and God” are never mentioned in the Constitution– not even once. Nowhere in the Constitution is religion mentioned, except in exclusionary terms. When the Founders wrote the nation’s Constitution, they specified that “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.” (Article 6, section 3) This provision was radical in its day– giving equal citizenship to believers and non-believers alike. They wanted to ensure that no religion could make the claim of being the official, national religion, such as England had.

    The Declaration of Independence gives us important insight into the opinions of the Founding Fathers. Thomas Jefferson wrote that the power of the government is derived from the governed. Up until that time, it was claimed that kings ruled nations by the authority of God. The Declaration was a radical departure from the idea that the power to rule over other people comes from god. It was a letter from the Colonies to the English King, stating their intentions to separate themselves. The Declaration is not a governing document. Even though it mentions “Nature’s God” and “Divine Providence”, that is the language of Deism, not Christianity.

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