Former Abortionist Reveals The Three Instances That Made Her Pro-life

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Posted: Nov 09, 2019 5:15 PM
Former Abortionist Reveals The Three Instances That Made Her Pro-life

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Now-retired OB-GYN Dr. Kathi Aultman spent a portion of her career as an abortionist, something she now regrets. Since then, she has worked tirelessly to help pass pro-life legislation throughout the country. She has repeatedly testified in front of Congress, in particular, about ending infanticide

During an interview with Jonathon Van Maren on "The Van Maren Show," Aultman revealed she performed between 500 and 1,000 abortions. 

"I killed a lot more people than Ted Bundy," she said. 

Her first concerns about performing abortions came about during medical training when she realized she was attempting to save babies that were the same age as other babies that she was aborting, TheBlaze reported.

"That was the only time that I had reservations, but I was able to tuck it in the back of my brain and forget about it. It wasn't until I had my baby that I began to see the fetus as a human being for the first time," she told Van Maren.

Aultman has repeatedly told her story to others in hopes of saving the lives of babies. 

Before she started medical school, Aultman became pregnant and decided, at the time, that the best option for herself was an abortion.

"When I entered medical school I truly believed that abortion was a woman's right to choose and I was very adamant about it and I wanted to help women," she explained in a video for Pro-Life Utah.

Aultman became pregnant during her last year of residency but she continued aborting babies.

"I didn't have any qualms about it. I felt that my baby was wanted, theirs were not," she said. "I didn't see any problem with that. 

There were, however, three patients that converted her to the pro-life cause.

"The first patient, I realized that I had done three of her previous abortions and when I objected and didn't want to do it, the staff told me that I didn't have that right, that it was her right to choose, even if she wanted to use abortion as her birth control," she recounted. "She had the abortion. I talked to her afterwards and she still did not want to use birth control and wanted to use abortion as her back up."

The second woman came into the clinic with a friend. The friend asked the woman if she "wanted to see the tissue" and the woman replied, "'I don't want to see it! I just want to kill it!"

The third patient had four children already. Her and her husband didn't think they could afford a fifth child.

"She cried throughout the whole time at the clinic and it just broke my heart," Aultman said. "And so, it was at that point that I somehow made the fetus connection. And the fact that the baby was not wanted was no longer enough for me to do the abortion and I never did another abortion."