An undercover video filmed by a prominent pro-life organization captures one of the nation’s notorious late-term abortionists comparing the lifeless body of an aborted baby inside his or her mother’s womb to “meat in a crock pot.”
Live Action, which has conducted undercover investigations on the abortion industry for nearly two decades, uploaded a new video this week of a 26-week pregnant woman asking abortionist LeRoy Carhart of Maryland how her abortion procedure would be carried out.
“We do a shot into the fetus to end the pregnancy the first day,” Carhart explains. “If everything works right, you just deliver them and they come out just fine. I mean, if for some reason that doesn’t happen, then we have to take them (the baby) out in pieces.”
“Will I feel it dying?” the woman asks.
“It’s not even going to feel itself dying,” Carhart replies. “The heart slows down and it just stops.”
“Cause I already feel it kicking and moving,” the woman states.
“After 20 weeks, it should be,” Carhart says.
“So, I won’t feel it moving or anything?” the woman inquires.
“No,” Carhart responds. “Probably within an hour of the injection you shouldn’t feel it moving anymore.”
Moments later, the woman asks Carhart if many late-term mothers come to him for an abortion. He advises that he saw four women 26 weeks or more in gestation just that week and that she is not an “unusual” client.
As the woman continues to ask the abortionist questions about what happens to her child during the procedure, he tells her that after the injection, the baby’s body will turn “mushy.”
“So, what makes the baby ‘mushy?'” she asks.
“The fact that it’s not alive for 2 to 3 days,” Carhart responds.
“Oh, so I’ll have a dead baby in me?” the woman inquires.
“For three days, yeah,” Carhart says.
“Will it start to decay or something?” the woman asks.
“No,” Carhart says. “It’s like putting meat in a crock pot. Okay? It doesn’t get broken. It gets softer. It doesn’t get infected.”
“Okay, so the dead baby in me is like meat in a crock pot,” the woman repeats.
“Pretty much,” Carhart replies. “Kinda much.”
Minutes later, Carhart tells the woman that if she is unable to deliver the deceased child, he will “take it out in pieces,” a procedure called dilation and extraction.
He also advises that none of his clients have ever regretted their abortion, and in telling the story of a 16-year old girl that attempted suicide after the procedure, Carhart claims that the teen tried to kill herself because she let her first child live, not because she killed her second baby.
Carhart was in the headlines earlier this year following the death of 29-year-old Jennifer McKenna Morbelli of New Rochelle, New York, who ended the life of her 33-week-old daughter Madison Leigh. As previously reported, days after her procedure, Morbelli began complaining of chest pains and other discomfort, and family members unsuccessfully attempted to contact Carhart for help. They drove Morbelli to the hospital, where it was found that she was suffering from massive internal bleeding.
While at the hospital, attempts were again made to contact Carhart, but he could not be reached. Morbelli went code blue six times, and was pronounced dead later that morning.