Thursday, August 30, 2012

The Nightmare Continues

And I am still in in. I cannot let go of the images that were painted in my mind as I listened to the horror that young woman experienced. I cannot imagine how she felt when she learned her baby, now dead, was left inside her and she could not reach the doctor. I wonder what it will take to shake things up enough in Georgia so that the government will begin enforcing the laws on the books. Abortion centers throughout the state are subjected to less inspection and regulation enforcement than nail salons! And when violations are found, our government refuses to take action that will move the state toward the standard of care most women expect. You may recall that the Atlanta Women's Medical Center was cited for failing to sterilize instruments according to policy and failing to properly chart patient records. If one abortion center that is licensed is this reckless in its standards of care, I am sure the other abortion centers, especially those that are not licensed, are putting patients at risk because they fail to properly sterilize the instruments and properly monitor and document patient care. 

According to the Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Public Health, Georgia ranks among the top 10 states in the United States with high case rates for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis1. It is not hard to imagine that some of these cases of sexually transmitted diseases are caused by the unregulated abortion centers and doctors' offices (whose primary business is abortion) that do not properly sterilize equipment. I can imagine that some of these doctors and centers do not have an AUTOCLAVE, the equipment most physicians use to sterilize instruments. Without that piece of equipment, the doctor must rely on some antiseptic that I cannot imagine is strong enough to thoroughly clean the instruments, particularly those that have been contaminated with blood.


I am reminded of the abortionist that was arrested in Philadelphia, PA after he murdered a woman and seven babies. His facility and practice was described as a filthy fraud2. The Pennsylvania District Attorney rightly categorized the case as a disregard of the law and disdain for the lives and health of mothers and infants. Yesterday I wrote about just such a case here in the state of Georgia. Clearly the doctor in that case cared less about the mother and her health than he did about rushing through her procedure – so much so that he left the baby behind. I wonder if the inside of his facility is as squalid as the one described by the PA attorney general. Has he patched equipment together with duct tape as Gosnell did (see pictures in the Pennsylvania DA report – warning, they are graphic and disturbing). Is there blood in and on the instruments as they reused the equipment time and again without sterilizing it?. Because Georgia is failing to hold abortionists accountable for the surgical care they provide every day, there is no way to know how many women have come away from this abortion center and others infected or harmed in some way. Perhaps we should ask those women to come forward and tell their stories. It is time to force our Governor, Legislators, and even ourselves to face the horror that is abortion in Georgia.



Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Nightmare on Powers Ferry Road

I do not ever watch horror stories. Ever. Yet, I find myself in the midst of a real horror story that happened right here in Georgia, at an abortion center on Powers Ferry Road. And unlike the movies where the monster is stopped from harming others, this monster is still performing abortions and billing taxpayers for it!

It was 10:00 a.m., October 7, 2009 when this young woman sought an abortion. She was the last patient of the day. Upon entering the center she paid $250 in cash and gave them her Medicaid card, understanding Medicaid was to be billed the remaining $200.00 for the $450.00 abortion. Shortly thereafter she was given a sonogram and 5 pills, one of which was an antibiotic and the rest she was told was for pain. After drawing blood another technician gave her another pill that she was told to place in her vagina. She was led to a room where other patients were to await her turn to go into the procedure room. It was here that she encountered a sixteen year old that was drooling (because of the medication she had been given) and crying because she needed help to the bathroom. As the young woman helped her to the bathroom, the teen explained she was back for a second procedure because when she got home the night before she realized the baby was still inside her.

Despite having had a narcotic administered, the patients were told to walk downstairs (unescorted by clinic staff) and change into a gown. Periodically center staff came to "check" on them to see if the narcotic had taken effect. When a Latina patient began acting drunk she was taken to another room where the procedure was performed. But the drugs were not having the desired effect on the young woman, so she was led, finally, to the procedure room where an Asian man inserted an IV into her hand. The drugs, she said, burned as they entered her body and the last thing she remembered was screaming. Twenty four hours later, after having been carried from the abortion center by her brother, the young woman awoke, at home, feverish, her daughter reporting it to be 103.5. She called the doctor's office repeatedly, to no avail, each time she was told the doctor was not available. Finally she called her brother to take her to the hospital after the doctor's office again informed the doctor was not available and instructed her to go to Atlanta Medical Center. By the time her brother arrived to take her to the hospital, her temperature had gone up to 105 degrees. The hospital, she reports, failed to do an ultrasound, believing she was suffering from endometriosis. They gave her an antibiotic and sent her home. Days later she was still suffering and called her regular OB/GYN who did perform an ultrasound to see what was going on. To everyone's horror the patient was still pregnant, but the baby was dead. Immediately admitting her into the hospital, several rounds of antibiotics were administered twenty-four hours a day until the infection was reduced and the baby could be removed.

Once released from the hospital the young woman learned the reason she had not been able to reach Daniel McBrayer was because he had been arrested for assaulting a woman at a traffic light( He punched her in the face. This is the same Daniel McBrayer that the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports was disciplined in 2001 for completing a late term abortion.

The young woman took every step she could to hold Daniel McBrayer accountable. She consulted attorneys but could not find one to take her case. She filed a complaint with the medical board that has mysteriously disappeared and the investigator, Lemuel Roberts has retired. However before he retired in September, 2011, Mr. Roberts told her that she would get an apology from McBrayer, he would return her money and demerits would be placed on his license. None of those things ever happened. How could this happen in an abortion center that completes 3,000 or more abortions annually and the state not take action? I have learned that this center is not licensed. It does not have to be because McBrayer says it is his office and doctor's offices are exempted from licensing no matter how many abortions they perform. Even if it was licensed I am not confident the state would take action. They have not taken action against Atlanta Women's Medical Center that perforated the uterus of a woman in 2011. Their inspection revealed AWMC had violated the state issued waiver, were not sterilizing instruments in accord with their own policies, and were not charting patient information properly. Yet there is no record of any penalty for their violations. The state did not take action in 2009 when a young woman bled to death as a result of a late term abortion performed by Tyrone Malloy, at another abortion center ruled a doctor's office,

What can Georgia women expect from our government? Clearly it is a hands off policy that has left a trail of dead, injured and wounded women all across this state. We can expect a lack enforcement of laws the Georgia Constitution demands our Governor take care to uphold. We can expect abortionists to repeatedly injure women without repercussion. We can expect a lack of action to close the hole that has allowed abortion centers to operate as doctor's offices rather than the ambulatory surgical centers they are.

Unless. Unless we take action to warn women about the substandard care abortionists are allowed to render in this state. We must demand our Government enforce the laws already on the books, and generate new laws to reign in the substandard medical care so prevalent in the abortion industry. We must demand the state investigate abortionists that bill Medicaid and other federal and state programs for abortions they have performed. Call the Governor today. Together we can make a difference.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Action Alert 3: Georgia Women In Danger

I want to go back to the question of Atlanta Women Medical Center and the entire abortion industry's lack of a standard of care for women. I can't help but wonder why there are not more inspections of these centers and when violations are found, why there is no enforcement of the laws. It appears the state and the culture has extended the patient's right to privacy (as spelled out in Roe v. Wade) to abortionists and abortion centers. So much so, that Georgia and other states have assumed a hands off policy, allowing the exploitation of that right each time the abortionist gets away with substandard care.

I am reminded of the House of Horrors that was reported a year or so ago in Philadelphia. The conditions of that abortion center were so squalid, the DEA agent investigating the doctor for prescription drug violations reported it to the Attorney General. One of the complaints over the more than 15 years that the state refused to take action against the center was the passing of venereal diseases through unsterilized instruments (see Philadelphia Attorney General Report: AWMC also failed to properly sterilize it's equipment, but we have no way to measure if diseases have been passed to patients because of the lack of regulation enforcement.

I am told (by an ex-abortionist) that the goal of an abortionist is to do 10-12 abortions an hour. If they do not have enough sets of instruments to do fifty or more abortions a day, sterilization will be an issue. The autoclave only holds 2-3 sets of instruments at a time and the process of sterilizing them will take at lease an hour. When the autoclave is taken up to 270 degrees, the instruments have to stay in the autoclave at least 10 minutes, but preferably 20 in order to ensure they are sterile. The instruments then need to cool before they can be handled by the physician. In order to keep up with the abortions they would have to have at one least one set of instruments for each abortion sheduled that day, which would be rare. Even if they did, the violation found was that they were not sterilizing the instruments as outlined in their own policies and had not been doing so for months, perhaps even years!

They also had violated the elevator waiver for some time. Staff was not aware of the requirements of the waiver and the Facility Administrator acknowledged he/she had not instructed the staff not to escort patients because of an altercation that occurred sometime in the past. In other surgical procedures there appear to be rules that drive the medical industry and that drive the standards of medical care. I am not sure if it is because of insurer requirements or government regulations that medical standards are established and adhered to, but whatever it is, it appears to be absent from the abortion industry. Everyone seems to be looking the other way and applying privacy standards to abortion rather than the patient in whom the right to privacy vests. When women are injured by the abortionist, and later goes to her OB-GYN or the hospital, it is not recorded as a complication of an abortion. The diagnosis may be that they are septic, but will not document that the infection was a result of an abortion. Because of this we may never know the true impact that abortion and shoddy medical care has had on Georgia women.

I pray you will join me in urging our Governor to enforce our laws and require every abortion provider to comply with them. Urge our legislators to change the laws regarding physicians that do abortions in their offices, so that no purveyor of abortion is able to escape accountability for providing reasonable medical care. The health of Georgia women is at stake.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Action Alert 2: Georgia Women in Danger

Tears stream from my eyes because of the destruction of my people! Lamentations 3:48 (NLT)

Someone posted this comment on my blog post of last night ( "I'm not comfortable with calling Gov Deal and demanding that the killing centers follow state regulations on sanitation and elevators. I understand the idea --- slow 'em down for a little while by tying up some of their blood money in conforming to standards ---- but how will it look if the babies' fellow Georgians call in the hundreds demanding that they be murdered according to nice state regulations? What we needed to do in 1973 and every year since then is call in the thousands, every day, and demand that the Gov and legislature of GA nullify Roe v. Wade and simply enforce the murder/manslaughter laws in our Code against doctors, nurses and anyone else who performs abortions."

Really? Has the abortion debate become so politicized that we would not want to protect women from the physical harm is that heaped on top of the trauma of terminating the life of a child? Today there are women all over Georgia facing the same uterine perforation as the patient who was harmed in October of 2011. There are women all over Georgia facing the same death that happened in 2009 in one of these unregulated abortion centers. I pray our hearts have not become so calloused that we do not care about these women who actually believe the lie that abortion is the safest surgical procedure in the United States and Canada. I pray that our hearts are not so dark that we would not call the Governor and whoever else we need to call to ensure that the State of Georgia is not a party to the physical maiming or death of women.

Our state through our laws, policies and procedures has promoted a standard of medical care that creates an expectation of protection, whether through tort law or Georgia Code provisions. Before this information became available, I believed that every abortion center was subject to that standard of medical care. To learn this is not the case and has not been the case over the past 40 years is beyond troubling. Many of the abortionists in this state and the nation are not well credentialed. Some such as the physician in North Carolina who ranted about "ugly black babies" ( do not have privileges in local hospitals because of their dismal surgical performance. Others are being investigated for fraud as they bill the government for abortions through Medicaid ( . Centers such as the one in Chicago that did not get medical assistance for a patient whose abortion they botched show a wanton disregard for women and their "reproductive health" ( The reality is that the state of Georgia cannot assure us these atrocities are not routinely happening here. They have no way of knowing because they do not enforce the laws of the state and when they learn of a violation they take no steps to bring the violators into compliance.

Can we in good conscience ignore that our laws are violated with the blessing of our state? I cannot. I pray you will join me in calling our Governor and the Department of Community Health to make sure Georgia shows leadership in making sure every abortionist in Georgia is held accountable for violations of our laws.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Action Alert – Georgia Women are in Danger

I began writing this post last night. Not even midway through it, I had to set it aside, unable to write so grieved was my spirit. I had always thought that states did their due diligence to ensure that while they may not have agreed with the Roe v. Wade decision, they took care to promote and enforce a reasonable standard of medical care. Even Roe allowed for states to impose reasonable regulations where they had a compelling interest and in my mind a woman health is certainly a compelling interest. But I quickly learned this is not the case and abortionists in Georgia have had free reign to do what they will, whether it met a reasonable medical standard or not. And more disheartening is that this lack of regard for the health of the woman is happening on the watch of a "pro-life" Governor, Senate and House.

I received an email late last night from a fellow pro-life warrior that included this blog post from Jill Stanek: Stop the Madness, Georgia Abortion Clinic has Violated Regs and Waivers for two Decades. Jill makes it clear that the Atlanta Women's Medical Center's plan from its inception was not one that would place them "at the forefront of excellence and service in the provision of women's healthcare" as their website assures us is their mission. From the very beginning Atlanta Women's Medical Center chose to ignore the requirement for two story ambulatory surgical centers by refusing to install an elevator as the regulations required. They cited financial concerns. In maintaining "an organization dedicated to our own values and beliefs" Atlanta Women's Medical Center, has placed the health of Georgia women beneath their own values and beliefs while collecting multiple millions of dollars each year. As a result Georgia women are at risk.

Has anyone been hurt in this abortion center? Yes. In fact, documents show they perforated the uterus of a woman in 2011. When the Governor's Department of Community Health investigated, they found that the center had not met the requirements of the elevator waiver. They chose to ignore the requirements the waiver imposed to escort women from the second floor to the first citing a danger to their staff. They had no problem however, endangering Georgia women, allowing them to walk out of the center alone. Atlanta Women's Medical Center also failed to meet medical standards of care when charting patient information and sterilizing equipment used in the abortion procedure. Now what I do not understand is why on earth the State of Georgia would allow them to do so. More importantly why would Nathan Deal, Governor of Georgia, allow an abortion center found to have violated the regulations outlined in our laws, to continue its operation unchecked? Let's make sure we understand this correctly. An abortion center in Atlanta violates Georgia laws and regulations, hurting women in the process, and the Governor's Department of Community Health gives that abortion center a pass, ignoring the laws he is required to take care to faithfully execute as outlined in the Georgia Constitution.

I also do not understand why this multi-million dollar business would need a waiver of the regulations. This facility performs more than four thousand abortions each year and receives $450 – 850.00 for each one. Can someone explain to me why the State of Georgia waived the elevator requirement? It is also unclear why the Department of Community Health has not enforced penalties for AWMC's failure to meet the waiver requirements and to properly sterilize their instruments. I can't help but wonder how many women entered that National Abortion Federation certified center disease free and left disease ridden. And then I learned this: there are at least six abortion centers in the state of Georgia that perform thousands of abortions annually that are not licensed and are not under the jurisdiction of the Department of Community Health! One of those unlicensed centers killed a woman in 2009. The only penalty for the doctor – a $10,000 fine. All of this happening at the same time he was defrauding the state and federal government of hundreds of thousands of dollars. To add insult to injury, I have information that suggests there are also another two abortion centers that do not even report the abortions performed to the state.

Atlanta Women's Health Center is seeking a new seven year elevator waiver. The community comment period ends in five days. Please call (404-656-1776), fax (404-657-7332), and/or email (,2657,165937316_166563415,00.html) Governor Deal and ask that the waiver be denied. Join me in calling on Governor Deal and the staff he appointed to the Department of Community Health to enforce the regulations on the books by no longer allowing abortion centers that perform thousands of surgical procedures each year to avoid licensing because of an obscure rule that allows doctors to perform abortions in their offices. Join me in asking Governor Deal to protect Georgia women. Do not take no for an answer!!!!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Let's Talk About "Ugly" Black Babies

Let's talk about "ugly Black babies". In the year of our Lord, two thousand and twelve, a naturalized citizen of Indian (from India) descent rants about adopting ugly Black babies that he does not want on the taxpayer dime. America's reaction: crickets. In the year of our Lord, two thousand and twelve, a 24 year old black female dies as a result of a late term abortion in Chicago. The Loop Health Center, that is only supposed to dispense pills for an abortion, blatantly denies her access to life saving medical care for more than five hours. America's reaction: crickets. In the year of our Lord, two thousand and twelve, female members of the Congressional Black Caucus and Pro-Choice caucus hosted a briefing, urging attendees to change the conversation about abortion's genocidal impact on the black community. Instead they urge their indoctrinators toward a conversation about: "…access to quality healthcare including family planning services. Unfortunately AA communities have historically suffered from substandard healthcare, family planning and education all of which contribute to unintended pregnancies, infant maternal deaths, and other serious health issues". America's reaction: crickets.

Despite Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's 2009 confession that she believed Roe v Wade was the case that would allow us to get "rid of the populations we don't want to many of" America has chosen to ignore abortion's devastation. Just as America ignored much of the twentieth century's flagrant discrimination in the Jim Crow south, she is ignoring the twenty-first century's flagrant discrimination that is ending in genocide all across the nation. Genocide and discrimination that is perpetrated by eugenic, population control enthusiasts of all ethnicities and backgrounds. They are so confident that the culture will remain accepting of the deception that abortion is a political question of women's rights; they no longer cloak their agenda. They openly push black women toward the death chambers they call centers, much like Hitler pushed the Jews toward his "camps".

According to the December, 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the crime of Genocide, genocide is: "any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: (a) Killing members of the group; (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

On July 20, 2012, the Loop Health Center in Chicago killed two members of the black community, Tonya Reaves and her baby. They caused Tonya serious bodily harm that resulted in her death. Tonya and her baby are recent examples of the more than twenty million blacks that have died at the hands of abortionists within our shores.

In recent weeks, a Charlotte, North Carolina abortionist openly shares his disdain for blacks, ranting about keeping ugly black babies off the taxpayer's dime. He clearly confessed, if you will, his deliberate infliction of conditions that are contributing to the physical destruction, in whole or in part, of ugly black babies.

In May of this year, the Prochoice Caucus and Congressional Black Caucus revealed their agenda to drive black women into the abortion centers. Acknowledging the disproportionate impact of abortion on blacks, they laid out a deliberate strategy that would impose measures intended to prevent births within the black community. In fact we are told that Congresswoman Barbara Lee of California declared it her mission to do something about the fact that there are still more black teenagers in the world than white.

America is a bystander to genocide with her borders. Black women are being pushed from behind, almost shoved into the abortion centers and the toll on black life is rising as cities like New York are aborting more black babies than are born alive. Who has the responsibility to protect us? You and I. Will you join me?

Let's talk about "ugly black babies". Hello? Are you there? Hello?


Monday, August 6, 2012

Death of a Black Woman, Ugly Black Babies - Who Cares?

Some of you that know me recognize that my life's work for the past five years has been to end abortion. I have crisscrossed the country speaking in every venue that was opened to me. I have met leaders of ministries, public speakers, educators, and people from every walk of life and when able, I shared about abortion's devastation in the Black community. I watched some eyes glaze over as they shook their heads at me proclaiming no matter what, they are pro-"choice". I have watched other eyes widen in disbelief, stunned to learn the actual numbers of abortions on black women and the racial overtones so deeply embedded in the abortion industry. Still, some have walked away unconvinced, but at least willing to learn more.

I have debated pro-abortion advocates that included members of organizations like SisterSong, the National Action Network, and members of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. I have stood in opposition to state and federal legislators, black and white, that have embraced the doctrines of Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion forces, each time spotlighting abortion's genocidal impact. I have heard the gamut of arguments for abortion on demand. But the recent twists and turns in the debate are becoming more disturbing. In the past three months more information has been divulged than in the past six years of my research and my internal alarms are shrieking as I see more and more black women being pushed toward the death traps set by the abortionists.

In May of this year, women of the Congressional Black Caucus and Pro-Choice Caucus hosted a briefing called "African Americans' Attitudes on Abortion, Contraception, and Reproductive, Justice: From Public Opinion to Policymaking," that I have discussed in a previous blog. Every attendee walked away with a clear understanding that the pro-abortion legislators were pushing black women toward abortion by more deeply imbedding their population control agenda in the dogma of a the black woman's lack of access to reproductive healthcare. To say that I was stunned is an understatement. When I heard these black elected officials declaring their allegiance to those who promote the leading cause of death for blacks I felt betrayed, because these are the ones that declare themselves the "conscience of the Congress". These are they who project themselves as watchmen, guarding against any policy that would prove detrimental to those who elected them to serve. Yet, these are they who readily locked arms with Planned Parenthood and others who seek to control the black birthrate.

And then in July, young Tonya Reaves was killed in an abortion center in Chicago. New information reveals that the S. Michigan Ave facility was not equipped to do a late term abortion. Their website lists the services provided at the Loop Health Center as that location is known and none of those services include a late term surgical abortion. In fact, the site clearly states those procedures are only completed in two of their facilities: the
Near North (1200 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago) and Aurora (3051 E. New York Street, Aurora) health centers. This information causes me to wonder if this is the reason an ambulance was not called to transport Tonya for medical assistance and I wonder if the local news report that she was transported by a fire deparment ambulance is accurate since there does not appear to be a record of a call for an ambulance to the 18 S. Michigan address (

And then there was the release of this video: Abortionist Ron Virami "Ugly Black Babies" I wonder if any of these events is enough to wake us from the stupor of "abortion is a question of women's rights. For years a warning has been sounded that abortion is a tool being used to control the birth rate of blacks. For years, there have been reports of the racially insidious agenda being wielded by those that support abortion. Now there is "proof" that the pro-life community has not been blowing smoke with regard to the genocide within America's shores. Death of a Black Woman, Ugly Black Babies, who cares? I care. And I pray that everyone reading this will care enough to help shut this industry down so no more "ugly black babies" or their mothers will be sacrificed on the altar of abortion. Defund Planned Parenthood. End genocide in America now.