ALERT: Remember Convicted BABY KILLER Gosnell? He Just Made BOMBSHELL Announcement About Will Smith And ABORTION

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Convicted murderer and baby killing abortionist Kermit Gosnell claims he brought Muslim convert and ultra liberal scumbag WILL SMITH into the world… 

Gee, thanks.

Gosnell — who was convicted in 2013 of murdering three babies who were born alive at his Philadelphia clinic and is currently serving a life sentence in a Pennsylvania prison — made the stunning claim in a letter to the actor obtained by the Daily Mail – “I’m fond of asserting that there could never be a Men in Black if I had dropped you on your head.”

Great movie, too bad Will Smith is such an a*shole. So is his wife.

Gosnell reportedly wrote that statement in a November 2016 letter, which he sent to Smith’s production company in California.

This baby killing Gosnell is one strange bastard.

Father-of-six Gosnell was also convicted for the involuntary manslaughter of a patient who died during a botched abortion. He agreed to a sentence of life without parole if prosecutors did not seek the death penalty.

The disgraced doctor was a resident at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and was called in by Smith’s grandmother Helen Bright after her daughter — Will’s mother Caroline — went into labor.

Caroline Smith’s own doctor, Leopold Lowenberg, was stuck in traffic and couldn’t make it to the hospital in time, Gosnell, the man anti-abortionists like to dub ‘America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer,’ said.

Will Smith, 48, was born well before Gosnell started to operate his infamous ‘House of Horrors’ clinic on Lancaster Avenue in the Powelton Village section of Philadelphia, where he stabbed babies born alive with scissors.

He called the procedure ‘snipping.’ He allegedly fed many of the remains to crabs off the waters of his home on the Jersey Shore.

Like I said, this scumbag is one sick bastard.

Gosnell said Smith’s comments about running for political office inspired him to write and send a letter to Smith:


Will Smith November 14, 2016 

Dear Will:

I’ve finally decided that it’s time to reach out to you. Actually, two letters were rejected when my son was a struggling actor in NYC. He graduated from Temple U. with a degree in Dramatic Arts. Presently, the writing of screen-plays is his creative focus as his priority has become the needs of his son. Like father, like son, may be the pattern. At any rate, David never approved of my drafts to request assistance in your mutual profession. I’m fond of asserting that there could never be a Men in Black if I had dropped you on your head.

Your tentative plans for a political career, in a recent interview, provided the impetus for this communication. There was further encouragement from your respect of your grandmother’s influence on your career. Perhaps my only credential of importance is that Mrs. Bright would have been one of my most fervent advocates. There are reasons that she chose Dr. G to deliver you when Dr. Lowenberg was in a traffic jam. There were eleven other residents and more than twenty Jefferson Obstetricians. There are reasons that she apologized at her decision to “retire” from her past time employment as my recovery room nurse. Mrs. Bright would have professed that I was a minority physician targeted for political gain, not a media monster. And she may have agreed with my perspective that there are underlying foundations beyond sanctity for life. Progressives oppose the low wages of an under-class and are not threatened by the “Browning of America”.

It was surprising to learn that my experiences with prosecutorial misconduct, misrepresentation by even paid attorneys and the “frailties and inadequacies” of the Criminal Justice System are common to many, many inmates. My situation may be unique only in the documentation of the abuse. However, my forty years of clinical experience with community medicine and addictive disease can be enlightening in regard to mass incarceration as well as vocational lattices.

My contention is that a politician, relevant for people of color, need be fluent with issues which include: mental health capitation, the public and pharmacology industry’s over-emphasis on “magic bullets”, intuitive judgements, unconscious attitudes, implicit bias, cognitive bias, acceptable deception and planned deceit. Personally, I have confidence in eventual vindication as so many gross errors occurred in my proceedings.

Most importantly, I continue to be interested in Patricia’s welfare. And if she’s not already developed a “raison d’etre”, my vision is of a position as Executive Director of my non-profit Defense and Educational Fund.

If successful in inciting your interest or concern, I look forward to your response.


Kermit Barron Gosnell, M.D.


Whoa! Dude is demented.

Gosnell was convicted of three counts of first-degree murder in 2013. According to the 300-page grand jury report, Gosnell’s medical office resembled a baby “charnel house,” with bloodstained furniture, old and rusty equipment and unlicensed and inexperienced staff. His clinic at 3801 Lancaster Avenue was also reportedly littered with the remains of fetuses, including in glass jars placed on shelves and in the clinic’s basement freezer, Breitbart reported.

Wow. Disgustingly fascinating in a sick way.

God Bless.

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