Late Term Abortionist Admits: 'I Have No Problem Killing Babies' Keely Compson April 3, 2021 News What a heartbreaking confession, to hear a late term abortionist not only admit to an unborn baby being a baby, but to also say that he has no problem with killing them. LeRoy Carhart openly practices late-term abortion in the United States. I would call him a doctor but he is not that in the slightest. A doctor is supposed to help people. Murdering babies is not helping people. Carhart stated in a recent interview on BBC's program "Panorama" that he does kill babies and it doesn't bother him at all. Even if the baby is viable. Life News reports: Carhart aborts unborn babies all the way up to birth at his late-term abortion facility in Bethesda, Maryland. He also aborts unborn babies in Nebraska. The aging abortionist, who is in his late 70s, told journalist Hilary Andersson that he “loves his job” and is proud to perform late-term abortions, The Christian Institute reports. Unlike many abortion activists, Carhart uses the word “baby,” too. Andersson noted: “It’s interesting that you use the word ‘baby’ because a lot of abortionists won’t use that. They’ll use the word ‘fetus’ because they don’t want to acknowledge that there’s a life.” “I think that it is a baby and … I use it with the patients," Carhart responded. “And you don’t have a problem killing a baby?” she inquired, and he answered matter of factly, “Absolutely not. I have no problem if it’s in the mother’s uterus." But while he denies carrying out unnecessary abortions, Dr Carhart says “financial health” and “social health” would constitute medical health, adding, “there’s a large, large list”. He admitted that he would be happy to perform any abortion if the mother tells him “it would destroy her life if she has to carry the baby”. He also refused to commit himself to how late he would carry out an abortion. When pressed, he said he was not comfortable saying, but added: “To the foetus it makes no difference whether it’s born or not born.” He told a stunned Andersson: “The baby has no input in this as far as I’m concerned.” Carhart also described the crushing of babies' skulls in order to pull them out of the uterus. To which he justified, “...but you’ve got to remember that this baby’s been dead for 48 hours. It’s not like we’re crushing a living skull.” How sickening.