In mid-October of 2017, Leroy Carhart resumed his butchering of babies in the wombs of their mothers. Operation Rescue learned a few days ago that one scant month after setting up shop in Bethesda, he also resumed sending women to the hospital via ambulance.
There are two things that should be mentioned. First, the other tenants in that building better get used to seeing ambulances pull up on a regular basis as happened in Germantown. Their patients and clients will be treated to the sight of badly injured - maybe even dying women - being hauled away. There will be the sight of blood and smell of vomit in the hallways. Why will these other tenants - themselves payers of rent - have to put up with this? More importantly, many of them are also medical professionals. How can their professional consciences not be outraged by the obvious incompetence displayed by Carhart? How can they countenance baby-slaughter?
Second, the OR piece mentions that an NIH ambulance took the woman to Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital. I've lived in Montgomery County most of my life whereas the OR author didn't so I notice some things that she may not have. Why did they summon an ambulance from NIH when the fire department at the corner of Old Georgetown and Cedar Lane was much closer? Why did they haul the woman all the way to Walter Reed when Suburban Hospital was just a few miles south on Old Georgetown? The OR piece raises the possibility of improper use of federal funds for this transport. Moreover, if a woman is hemorrhaging, speed and efficiency are of the essence. They did not happen in November 2017. I agree that much stinks about such an arrangement.
We will bring you news of any other episodes. They will happen - and some may have already occurred between November and today.