“On the Holmes Front,” with Frank Holmes
When police reported that they’d found the remains of 2,200 aborted babies boxed up in an abortionist’s home, even pro-abortion radical Mayor Pete Buttigieg, D-Ind., called it “disturbing.” It’s so sickening that, for a minute, it might be easier to pretend it’s actually the plot of a horror movie.
Imagine this: A shady doctor with a long history of skirting the law, George Klopfer, dies on September 3 at 79.
A few days later his widow, Sherry, is cleaning out the garage and finds a cardboard box with a date scribbled on it. She has no idea what’s inside and so she opens it up—and finds dead bodies… lots of dead baby bodies.[Sponsored] #1 indicator of your age (not what you think)
Tiny, bloody, mangled fingers, toes, arms, legs, and heads right there in her basement.
But it’s not just the one box. It’s 70 cardboard boxes, dated from between 2000 and 2002. Instead are held the remains of 2,246 aborted babies.
“This is like something out of ‘The Twilight Zone,’” said a public radio host. “She’s totally freaked out about it.”
She almost gets sick right there, but she gets out her phone and calls the police. Her mind’s racing: Why would the man she loved do this?
She called up the cops—tough boys who are used to seeing bad stuff… but even they can’t believe their eyes.
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“I can tell you in the 31 years that I have been in this job, I have never seen anything like this ever,” said Sheriff Mike Kelley of Will County, Illinois.
On Thursday, cops searched two of the three abortion facilities that Klopfer ran before he lost his medical license in 2016—in Fort Wayne and South Bend, Indiana—looking for more evidence.
The story sounds like Kermit Gosnell, the abortionist who kept 47 bodies—sometimes just a body part, like a foot—in the basement of his rundown Philadelphia abortion clinic.
Klopfer’s nauseating “discovery proves Kermit Gosnell’s ‘House of Horrors’ was not an outlier,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List.
But why did these killers keep their victims’ bodies? This is where the movie gets even darker.
Or maybe these were his trophies, his souvenirs of murder.
“Serial killers from Jack the Ripper to Jeffrey Dahmer have been known to keep body parts of their victims” because they “help the killers relive their crimes later,” said the pro-life group Operation Rescue.
“It could be possible that Gosnell, who was believed to have murdered hundreds of living, breathing infants that had survived abortions, possessed some of the psychological traits of a serial killer” they ask. “Is it possible that [George] Klopfer, who had committed thousands of abortions over decades of practice, also shared the traits of a serial killer that compelled him to keep trophies of their victims? Or was he engaged in criminal abortions and needed to hide the evidence?”
This has all the makings of a horror flick—call it “The House of 2,200 Corpses.” And like a horror movie, the plot just gets thicker… because in Act Three, we find out the killer allegedly had a partner. A squeaky-clean pal on the inside.
A dirty cop.
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That was Pete Buttigieg, who was the mayor of South Bend when Klopfer got into serious trouble.
Like Gosnell, Klopfer kept breaking health codes. Klopfer performed abortions on girls as young as 10. And pro-lifers kept telling anyone who would listen what was happening was not on-the-level.
And what did Mayor Pete do about all this? Nothing. Worse than nothing.
He went out of his way to defend his hometown abortionist’s “right” to practice.
When the state board finally yanked Klopfer’s medical license in 2016, Buttigieg helped get a new abortion clinic with a history of health violations open and operating.
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He said it would violate the Constitution if people who wanted an abortion had to drive “dozens of miles.” But he stopped a pro-life clinic from opening up next door — guess they don’t have constitutional rights, too?
Not long ago, Mayor Pete even dragged the Bible into it, claiming that the Good Book says it’s OK to abort a baby because “life begins with breath.”
But now that his partner died and exposed his half of the business, Mayor Pete has run for the hills.
Buttigieg called the garage-sized morgue “extremely disturbing” and said he hopes Klopfer’s case “doesn’t get caught up in politics.”
Listeners couldn’t believe their ears.
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“Even when speaking about something as Hitlerian as this, Buttigieg could not resist telling us how upset he is that this issue may become politicized,” said Bill Donohue of the Catholic League. “Imagine that. Politicizing a ‘doctor’s’ home turned into a sloppy morgue for kids!”
The House of 2,200 Corpses is bad news for Buttigieg, who has climbed in the Democratic presidential polls after Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., cratered.
But even the socialist Democrat Party of 2019 doesn’t want to nominate the inside man for an illegal abortionist who kept thousands of dead babies’ bodies in the shed.
“Whatever appeal this guy once had, it has vanished,” said Donohue. “A more deceitful candidate would be hard to find.”
These butchered, discarded bodies prove that, one day, the truth will always be found.
Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”