Glenn Beck has attacked the media for what he called its grudgingly slow coverage of the doctor Kermit Gosnell trial.
Gosnell is reportedly accused of committing grotesque and unspeakable acts on the live-born infants of minorities, immigrants and poor women in his 'house of horrors' clinic.
According to the DailyBlaze, the details emerging from Gosnell’s murder trial are so gruesome that they could easily belong to a fictional horror movie. But the trial, which continues to expose the details of the alleged murders of at least seven babies, is all too real.
In January 2011 the then-72-year-old-Gosnell was charged with eight murders, each of which occurred whilst he worked as a doctor providing illegal late term abortions to minorities, immigrants and poor women.
Gosnell reportedly earned millions of dollars over 30 years, performing as many illegal, late-term abortions as he could, prosecutors said.
On Monday, during his evening broadcast to discuss Goswell's actions Glenn Beck insisted that while disturbing, the subject matter and trial should be followed closely.
'This is the most disturbing show that I have ever done,' Beck told his audience. 'This is some of the most disturbing information and some of the most disturbing pictures I have ever seen.'
Beck also took a shot at the mainstream media for grudgingly covering the Gosnell trial after they were 'shamed into it.'
'For over two decades Kermit Gosnell convinced people to snip the necks of the perfectly healthy babies. Several per day. Week after week after week, year after year, baby after baby after baby,' Beck thundered.
Then, raising his voice in growing outrage, he added: 'That means this man killed more children in a single month than all the school shootings in the history of America combined, and no one in the media says anything.'
No one who was aware of Goswell's three decades long practices ever spoke out. Some commentators speculate that the silence surrounding this case for so long was that the abortions were being performed on people of color and immigrants.
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