Terry shared how he got involved with anti-abortion activists Lauren Handy and Terrisa Bukovinac. Both women are involved in the activist group Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising. Bukovinac is the group's founder and executive director, while Handy serves as its director of activism.
"We were supposed to be together traveling around West Virginia to try and get [Sen. Joe] Manchin (D-WV) to vote against confirming [Ketanji Brown] Jackson to the Supreme Court because she's a lunatic left-winger. What happened was that most of the people that were supposed to travel with me either got arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) … or they were friends and family of those arrested," he said.
According to an April 6 report by Terrell, Handy was one of nine individuals indicted by the FBI for a sit-in demonstration they staged at the Washington Surgi-Clinic back in October 2020. They were charged with conspiracy against civil rights and violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994.
Handy, Bukovinac and other activists later recovered 115 bodies of aborted babies inside a sealed biohazard box from the Washington, D.C.-based clinic. They gave 110 of the aborted babies a "proper funeral and burial" and turned over five late-term babies to authorities on suspicion that their abortions violated federal law.
"When the ladies found the babies, they contacted the local authorities and said 'We've got five late-term [aborted] babies.' The local police talked to the FBI and they said: 'Wait a minute, one of these is the same people that we've got the indictment. Let's pick them all up.' So they scooped them all up," recounted Terry. (Related: FBI now protecting child murderers by arresting whistleblowers who point them out.)
The veteran pro-life activist pointed out that had the anti-abortion activists failed to recover the bodies, they would have been incinerated to generate electricity for the city of Baltimore.
"People in the Baltimore area need to know that [their] homes are being warmed by the bodies of these babies being burned. They burn these babies to make heat and electricity for the people in Maryland," he said.
Terry also denounced Dr. Cesare Santangelo, the owner of Washington Surgi-Clinic, for his murder of innocent babies. He had strong words for the abortionist, describing him as a "vile, despicable human" and a "murderer of babies and late-term babies."
"What Santangelo has done is a crime against God. It's a crime against man, and it's probably a federal crime under the Born Alive Infant Protection Act and the partial birth abortion ban," he said.
The veteran activist also compared Santangelo to convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell. The disgraced Pennsylvania doctor was sentenced to three life terms in 2013 for killing three late-term babies born alive. The sentences offered with no possibility of parole came as a consequence of Gosnell's deal with prosecutors to avoid capital punishment.
"Gosnell killed late-term babies in Philadelphia … and was ultimately prosecuted for murder. He's behind bars for the rest of his life. I believe Santangelo is cut from the same cloth. He is a demon-possessed demoniac murderer of innocent human beings," he told Terrell.
Terry also took jabs at mainstream media outlets for turning a blind eye on the issue, if not vilifying the anti-abortion activists that exposed the despicable practice.
"They're trying to say that Lauren [Handy] and Terrisa [Bukovinac] are somehow the villains in this. It'd be like the journalists from Atlanta saying that the abolitionists were the villains for speaking out against slavery," he remarked.
"People in America would be so outraged if Fox News, MSNBC and ABC showed the five babies that were recovered from Santangelo's murder mill. There would be such an outcry for this man to be prosecuted and for this abominable practice to be ended [that] it would become deafening. But because of the silence and the collaboration of these members of the press, nothing is changing."
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