That’s how I read this, aside from the usual amygdala stimulation.
The neonatologist testified… If a baby moves, it is alive. Equally troubling, it feels a “tremendous amount of pain” when its spinal cord is severed. So, the fact that Baby Boy A. continued to move after his spinal cord was cut with scissors means that he did not die instantly. Maybe the cord was not completely severed. In any case, his few moments of life were spent in excruciating pain. (Report of the Grand Jury)
I think Wright should have focused a bit more on the disparity between supply and demand in the supposedly “infotainment”-based MSM. No editing skills required, put up a still image of Gosnell and play the recording of that testimony, and you’ve got the best commercial ever produced.
It’s true, Americans love serial killers. Love love love ’em. The typical career of a serial torturer-rapist-murderer is several years long, followed by a media blitz denied even to rock stars, followed by a decades-long stream of easy pussy, book deals, movie rights, cult followings, and deaths of natural causes in warm beds. This isn’t because they got away with their murders.
It’s because they were caught.
Now tell me there are no conspiracies. All in my head. Confirmation bias. Apophenia. It’s just the wind.
Edit: I should have taken this as an opportunity to lambast the “emergent” theory of history. Do those empty press benches look like randomness or animal spirits to you?