Abortionist Who Has Maimed, Killed Women Claims That Without Roe, ‘Women Will Start Dying’


A notorious late-term abortionist who has maimed and killed women during horrifically botched abortion procedures told CNN that if Roe v. Wade is overturned, he’s worried women will be… maimed and killed, Live Action reported.

In a March 2022 interview prior to the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion showing the court is likely to overturn Roe, abortionist LeRoy Carhart, known for committing abortions on babies old enough to survive outside the womb, shared “his fears about what would happen if Roe v. Wade is overturned,” said CNN.

Keep in mind that neither state in which Carhart runs his business — Nebraska and Maryland — is set to ban abortion if Roe is overturned. In the video, he faked concern that women would be injured by illegal abortions or even killed — all the while, he himself has maimed and killed multiple women during abortions.


  • LeRoy Carhart has killed at least two women and injured several others in legal abortions, some so badly that hospital staff were traumatized by what they witnessed. Yet, he claims to be concerned for the safety of women.
  • Studies and statistics prove that abortion rates decline in the wake of pro-life laws.
  • The claim that women will die if Roe is overturned or if abortion becomes illegal has been repeatedly debunked.



Right out of the gate, Carhart, who commits third-trimester abortions, lied to CNN, saying, “Abortion, it’s been shown in every country in the world, it doesn’t change whether it’s legal or not legal, it happens.”

In 2020, The Lancet Global Health released a study showing that pro-life laws reduce the likelihood that an unplanned baby will be aborted. Between 2015 and 2019, in countries where abortion was mostly legal, 70% of women with unintended pregnancies chose abortion. During that same time period, 50% of women with unplanned pregnancies chose abortion in nations with at least some level of pro-life laws.

Read more here at LiveAction.


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