BEN JOHNSON lifesitenews.com Dr. Cheryl Chastine, the successor of George Tiller at a Wichita facility, says she became an abortionist out of “a moral obligation” and that if she stopped performing abortions, it would constitute “a victory for terrorism.” “When I was in medical school I got the message that there is a shortage of abortion providers and that, therefore, if more of us, including myself, did not become providers, that there would be women who [would] not be able to access abortion when they needed it. So, when I got the call to help open this clinic, I felt a very strong pull of moral obligation,” Chastine said in an interview on the far-left program Democracy Now! hosted by Amy Goodman last week. “I went to medical school to help people, same as all of us do,” she told co-host Nermeen Shaikh. “So, I felt like ... I could not in good conscience say no.” “If I allow myself to be deterred during this work, then I am allowing a victory for terrorism,” she said. to read more: lifesitenews.com
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