Virginia Ignores Abortionists That Treat Women Worse Than Cattle
The Federalist- In October, New Jersey revoked the medical license of Dr. Steven Brigham after state officials found Brigham guilty on several counts of gross negligence, deception, and official misconduct. This could cause Brigham’s New Jersey abortion centers to close down.
This isn’t Brigham’s first run-in with public health officials or the law. He’s lost his medical license in several states, and has become infamous for operating abortion centers, although many states are working to drive him out of business. In 2004, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, home of the notorious abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, banned Brigham from operating abortion centers in that state. He’s even drawn the pseudo-ire of the “mainstream” abortion industry.
Not so in the Old Dominion. In fact, under the leadership of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring, Brigham is not only welcomed to the state with open arms, but McAuliffe and Herring are working overtime to ensure that Brigham and those like him are protected from any scrutiny at all. All the while, public health officials seem to be ignoring signs that Brigham’s two abortion centers here in the Commonwealth are no better—if not worse—than those places like New Jersey have sought to shut down, and instead have granted him lenience from health and safety standards that already exist.