Episode 70 | The Grisly Situation in Afghanistan

In response to a question on one of our Instagram posts about what happens to the bodies of babies after abortion, we reveal the different ways abortion clinics have “disposed” of aborted babies. Plus, we discuss the abortion industry’s problem with waste disposal companies and the disgusting conditions and awful behaviors inside clinics. This episode proves that there is no such thing as humane disposal of these babies.

Episode Synopsis:

This week, the hosts sit down with special guest Sheila Crutcher to discuss the situation in Afghanistan and where things are headed. Plus, they talk about how this situation is a perfect illustration of the moral component of political decisions.

Episode Duration: 23 min

Special Guest: Sheila Crutcher

Web player not showing? Click here.
In This Episode We Discuss:
  1. Greetings (00:25)
  2. The situation in Afghanistan (1:25)
  3. Who’s in charge? (10:38)
  4. The moral component of political decisions (13:05)
  5. What the future holds (20:14)
  6. Closing Statements (21:54)

Like This Episode?

Why Not Check Out Some of our Other Episodes?

Like this one..

Have an idea for a show? Let us know here.

Then Subscribe The Pro-Life America Podcast On Your Favorite Podcast Platform So You Don’t Miss An Episode

Right now, our show is available on 25 different platforms/ apps. We know that’s a bunch, but our goal is to make it as easy to access as possible. Click the subscribe button below to pull up the full list of where you can listen and subscribe.


And Why Not Leave A Review Of The Show?

Ratings and reviews are so important! Your review helps us learn what you like and dislike about the show so we can make it the best it can be. Your review also encourages others to listen which helps get this information to more people. So please, take the time and leave a review today.

Don’t Forget To Share This Episode
With Your Pro-Life Friends!

Sharing our podcast on social media is so easy. Simply click the share link on the audio player above to easily copy the link or share the episode directly on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More Episodes:

Episode 55 | Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “I am a Planned Parenthood Baby!”

Episode 55 | Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “I am a Planned Parenthood Baby!”

During a meeting of the House Oversight and Reform Committee recently, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hailed Planned Parenthood, claiming that their “prenatal care” saved “many babies” including herself. But Planned Parenthood’s own employees have been recorded saying that they don’t offer “prenatal care.” Special guest, Sheila Crutcher, joins us to discuss myth vs reality regarding the services that Planned Parenthood offers and the hypocrisy of pro-choice politicians who push them as healthcare for the poor.

Episode 62 | Biden Administration’s Dedication To Abortion & Other News

Episode 62 | Biden Administration’s Dedication To Abortion & Other News

Recent news of Biden’s administration and his appointees makes it clear that they are dedicated to abortion. We discuss Biden’s choice for ambassador to Ireland, at a time when pro-choicers in Ireland are pushing for the expansion of legalized abortion, as well as his choice for the head of the Bureau of Land Management. We also discuss Biden’s appointee to HHS, Xavier Becerra, nixing the NIH ethics board overseeing human fetal tissue research. Plus, we share the interesting clash that happened recently between an Irish radio host and “bio-ethicist” Richard Dawkins about Dawkins’s views on aborting children with disabilities.

Episode 56 | “Roll On Mississippi”

Episode 56 | “Roll On Mississippi”

In a decision both sides are calling a turning point, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization – the lawsuit over Mississippi’s new law banning abortions after 15 weeks, is headed to the Supreme Court. We discuss all the potential outcomes and our theories as to why, after years of skillfully dodging most abortion cases, we think the Supreme Court is hearing this one now – and the answer may surprise you.