Why do minor girls – some as young as 10 years of age – get pregnant? The accepted narrative, perpetuated by Planned Parenthood in the sex education classes they take into the public schools, has been that these are the results of child-on-child sex, and that the solution is more sex education and more free contraception in the schools. The results of the stunning research just released by Mark Crutcher and his Life Dynamics organization suggests otherwise. These children are getting pregnant by adult pedophiles who bring them in to Planned Parenthood and other so-called “women’s health clinics” where they are coached to lie about their age, obtain abortions and contraceptive services, and return to their abusers. And workers in these facilities are systematically ignoring mandatory reporting statutes and neglecting to notify authorities about very obvious evidence of sexual abuse of minors.
I’ve known of Mark Crutcher’s work since I first viewed MAAFA 21. MAAFA 21 is a frightening, well-researched documentary about what is being called “black genocide” -- how the social movement among educated, rich white folks to take care of “the Negro problem” began immediately following the emancipation of the slaves in the Civil War. The Carnegies , the Rockefellers, the Kellogs put their fortunes and their influence behind organizations like The Race Betterment Foundation, the American Eugenics Society and American Birth Control League which morphed into the Planned Parenthood Federation. Controlling the poor by controlling their reproduction was the goal from the beginning, and continues today. Abortion is now the leading cause of death among African-Americans, and the black population faces extinction in this country as its replacement rate fails to catch up to the death of its older members.
I became more aware of Life Dynamics after my attack outside Planned Parenthood of Delaware (PPDE) on March 13. In the wake of that, Mark Crutcher invited me to tell my story on his April televised and DVD-distributed Life Dynamics show. I had a great time talking about the providential aspects of the video of my assault going viral at the same time as PPDE was being scrutinized by abc6 Action News investigative reporter Wendy Saltzman. Johnny Hunter, Troy Newman, Fr. Frank Pavone and Jill Stanek joined Mark in that interview – Andy Warhol would be humble that I didn’t blow my 15 minutes of fame by egregious stammering in front of a bunch of my own pro-life heroes. The State of Delaware is now involved with its own investigation, and the story continues to unfold of what goes on behind closed doors at Delaware’s only remaining freestanding abortion clinic.
Now Life Dynamics has announced the results of more than a decade of research into the question of abortions done on minor children. Planned Parenthood of Delaware, who testified against parental consent laws for minors in Delaware last year, is just one of the abortion industry businesses that have good reason not to want the State or their own parents to look too closely into why children as young as 10 years old are getting pregnant and coming in for abortions
After more than 12-years of research, Life Dynamics has documented that mandatory reporting statutes which require healthcare workers to report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to the authorities are being ignored inside American abortion, Planned Parenthood and family planning centers.
According to Mark Crutcher, founder of Life Dynamics , “The abortion lobby is engaged in a pedophile protection racket and protecting pedophiles who rape underage girls. These abortion clinics receive money from the federal government. We are literally paying for the rape of our young daughters.”
Life Dynamics studied this issue by analyzing several hundred instances in which older men were convicted of sexual crimes against minor girls. In an alarming number of these cases, there was a point at which the victims were taken for birth control, pregnancy tests, STD treatments and abortions – usually by the perpetrator – with no mandatory reporting made by those who provided the service. In almost every case, the sexual abuse resumed afterward and, many times, it would go on for years.
“You have to remember what’s happening right there,” Crutcher said. “You have an adult in a state talking to what they perceived to be a 13-year-old child who was a victim of sexual abuse by an older man and telling that child to lie about his age in order to conceal the crime. If you’re a parent, especially if a father and you’re not outraged then you don’t have a pulse.” "