Meet Pete Buttigieg’s Favorite Abortion Doctor
2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s favorite abortion doctor has passed away. Dr. Ulrich Klopfer died in early September – and not a moment too soon!
Local media has gone out of its way to describe Klopfer as a “Will County, Indiana” abortion doctor to try to hide the man’s connections to Buttigieg, and the national media is working overtime to pretend this story does not exist. But here are the facts.
Also, before you keep reading – please note that the facts of this story are horrifying, disgusting and may give you nightmares.
After Klopfer died, his attorney was going through the “doctor’s” home while working on settling his estate. That’s when the attorney just happened to stumble upon the corpses of 2,246 aborted babies. Oops.
Police say the 2,246 babies were all “medically preserved” and it did not appear that Klopfer had been performing abortions inside his home.
That’s not really a comforting thought. It means that Klopfer was carrying the corpses home from work every day for years – and none of his co-workers ever noticed or said anything.
The scanty reports on the story don’t indicate whether Klopfer was a “loner” or a social butterfly, but it’s hard to imagine that any houseguest that ever visited him wouldn’t have noticed thousands of dead babies and body parts sitting around in Mason jars. Why did no one in Klopfer’s social or professional circles ever notice this was going on?
It’s also important to note that Klopfer was a “late term” abortion doctor. The aborted babies that he was keeping in his home were clearly human babies and some were likely close to full term.
I’ve often wondered why medical schools don’t immediately order a psychological evaluation on any med student who declares that he or she wants to be an abortion doctor. It’s the only medical specialization that could be swapped out on a person’s resume with “serial killer.”
Like most abortion doctors, Klopfer had brushes with the law for years during his career for shady medical practices.
Klopfer once faced misdemeanor charges for performing an abortion on a 10-year-old girl who had been raped by her uncle. He didn’t notify the police about the abuse and sent the girl home to her parents.
In 2014, Klopfer was charged with failing to report an abortion he performed on a 13-year-old girl. Klopfer ended up escaping prosecution, but the state of Indiana finally yanked his medical license after that.
Klopfer was found to be in violation of Indiana state law at least nine times during his professional career, before the state finally took decisive action against him. Over the span of a 43-year career, Klopfer is estimated to have performed more than 30,000 abortions in “Will County, Indiana.”
Say, why do the local news reports keep referring to Klopfer as a “Will County, Indiana” abortion doctor?
Aren’t there any prominent towns in that county that people might have heard about?
Why, yes, there is one! South Bend, Indiana!
If memory serves correctly, presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is the mayor there. As it turns out, Buttigieg has been a champion of the creepy serial killer/abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer for years.
Buttigieg vetoed a proposal to allow an authentic Christian women’s health center to open near the abortion clinic where Klopfer was doing his work (and taking his work home from).
The clinic where Klopfer performed his gruesome work lost its license to perform abortions between 2011 and 2017. That’s because the clinic didn’t have a registered nurse on staff, was failing to sterilize its equipment between abortions and was missing stacks and stacks of fentanyl.
No matter. Mayor Pete championed the clinic and convinced an Obama-appointed federal judge to lift the injunction against Klopfer’s clinic. That allowed Klopfer to continue performing abortions (and carrying bodies home) even though the state of Indiana had revoked the clinic’s license to perform abortions.
Pete Buttigieg fought to keep Klopfer’s abortion practice open. He smeared opponents of Klopfer’s clinic and told the media that it was vitally important for Klopfer’s dirty, unhealthy and shady abortion clinic should stay open for the benefit of Indiana women.
Ulrich Klopfer was literally Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s favorite abortion doctor in South Bend, Indiana. But don’t expect the mainstream media to ever ask Mayor Pete any questions about the late “doctor.”