Pro-abortion zealots like Julie Burkhart are angry that Kansas politics is no longer under their thumb.
With news that annual abortion statistics will be medically accurate, Burkhart (creator of the Trust Women Political Action Committee) wailed: “The Kansas Legislature and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) have chosen to spend precious time this year, once again,
- snooping into the private lives of pregnant women
- collect[ing] sexual histories of women and girls and
- policing the private lives of pregnant women.”
Wow! Without those breath-taking lies, the ineffectual and factually-bereft lobbyists for Planned Parenthood and N.O.W. wouldn’t have any talking points.
Gone now from Kansas politics is the big money of George Tiller, the abortionist protection of the Kansas state Healing Arts Board director Larry Buening, and the power of former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.
That undercut the power structure for Burkhart, who was Tiller’s top aide and director of his ProKanDo PAC. In early 2009, Burkhart fled Kansas, having learned that Tiller was going to lose his medical license under Buening’s Healing Arts replacement, Jack Confer.
While she didn’t last long leading a liberal political group in Missouri, Tiller’s death created a opportunity for Burkhart to assert herself as a national spokeswoman with her “Trust Woman” PAC.
With her idol, Sebelius, esconced as Obama’s HHS director, Burkhart probably hoped abortion clinics would cement enough federal money to prop up her pulpit. But then came the November elections.
Still, Burkhart continues to pontificate and assert blatant misinformation to the media about Kansas legislative and administrative actions. The truth is– other than the veiled reference to a 2005 abortion death (Christin Gilbert)–
NO medical history or personal identification of
any aborted woman has ever been revealed
by ANY Kansas agency or official.
However, by lying about that fact, abortion zealots like Burkhart aim to intimidate law enforcement from investigating crimes at abortion businesses.
Of course, in the face of the revelations of the Gosnell Philadelphia House of Horrors, she is silent– just as she was about Kansas’ own scandalous Rajanna abortion clinic, and when Tiller’s clients were ending up in the local hospital and– at least one teen–in the local morgue (Christin Gilbert).
As Kansans for Life reported to the state medical Board, one mother who was suing Tiller for mistreatment and hospitalization from a botched late-term partial birth abortion, said Burkhart offered her $700,000 to end the suit. The young mother refused the hush money, and now she has no chance of her case being heard in court, due to Tiller’s death.
That the lawsuit evaporated must have been a relief for Burkhart –who continues to claim America needs late-term abortion to destroy unborn children with anomalies (disabilities).
Burkhart has a heartless, anti-woman agenda that Kansas rejects. Don’t trust or listen to her, America!