This former abortionist has a new book out about the abortion mill industry that will leave you speechless

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There is a growing group of former abortionists and abortion mill staff who are turning away from the killing.

And they are speaking out about just how bad the abortion industry really is.

That’s why this former abortionist has a new book out about the abortion industry that will leave you speechless.

Former abortionist Haywood Robinson has written a new book called, The Scalpel and the Soul: Our Radical Transformation as Husband and Wife Abortion Doctors that has just been published.

“Was it a boy or a girl?”

In the book, which goes deep inside the abortion mill industry and its cold, calculated murder of children for money, Robinson shares stories of just what he did, witnessed, and participated in during he and his wife’s years as abortionists.

For example, Robinson tells the story of one patient who wanted to know the sex of the baby that had just been killed.

“I have a particular memory related to the years we spent doing abortions. I had completed an abortion and had a brief break before the next. The nurse who’d been assisting me had stayed with the patient a little longer than I had, then joined me for a break. She seemed a little troubled, so I asked if everything was okay,” Robinson wrote. 

“It’s just that the patient asked me a question after you left,” she said. “She was lying on the table, staring up at the ceiling. Quietly, so I almost couldn’t hear her, she said, ‘Was it a boy or a girl? The baby.’” 

“The nurse paused for a moment, then said, ‘I’ve been asked that same question more than once. It always makes me a little sad,’” she added. 

These are the kinds of interactions Robinson discusses in his book, and this one in particular revealed to him one of the big lies about abortion – that it doesn’t affect the mothers.

It also points out the cold callous nature of the abortion mill staff and doctors.

A mother’s heart

As Robinson writes, “The reason that memory keeps coming back to me is what it reveals about the patient’s attitude. By that time the baby is gone. All the mutilated body parts have been taken away. But there lies a woman with a mother’s heart. Maybe she didn’t even want to be there – she might have come because she was pressured to, or because she felt that she had no choice.”

“She might have felt abandoned or unsupported. She might have yearned for someone to rescue her. Regardless of why she was there, if she asked that question, she must have been looking for closure. She wanted the ability to envision the little life that was lost so that she could bid it goodbye. It humanizes the moment,” Robinson continued. 

But Robinson goes even further in his book pointing out, “The thing is, a boy or a girl isn’t just a lump of protoplasm, a glob of tissue. A boy or a girl is a person. Someone whose coming might have been joyously anticipated by someone. A boy or a girl is destined to have a unique future.” 

It’s at that point Robinson calls out himself, his wife, and other abortionists for their actions.

“Shame on us! We sold out at the cost of millions of lives. Doctors should have never accepted the role of executioners when Roe v. Wade was passed. Doctors could have shouted a collective ‘No!’ We could have insisted that abortion is not medicine and pregnancy is not a disease. But we cowered to the prevailing voices of the day and lost our moral footing. Just as Noreen and I were romanced by the dollars lining our pockets.”

Thankfully Robinson and his wife Noreen have seen the evil of abortion and are willing to speak out. 

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.