Kermit Gosnell should be infamous as one of the most vile criminals ever to be brought before the American justice system.
He was convicted of murdering three babies who were born alive. He performed illegal abortions in hovel-like conditions. He pushed prescription drugs as a side gig — which is how, as The Atlantic reported, he was finally brought down.
Yet, just a few years after he began serving a life sentence, almost nobody remembers his name.
The makers behind “Gosnell: The Movie” aim to change all that. The film chronicles the investigation and trial of the man they call “America’s biggest serial killer.” And, according to them, the monster abortionist “is not an anomaly, unfortunately.”
Executive producer John Sullivan sat down with The Western Journal for an interview. He said the abortion industry is way more troublesome in this regard than abortion supporters think.
“To me, it’s more of a mental condition, the way these doctors operate,” Sullivan said.
Sullivan, who has worked on movies with conservative leaders like Dinesh D’Souza and Ben Stein in the past, says the reason Gosnell was able to compartmentalize what he was doing was the “heroism” that the left tends to confer upon abortionists.
“Gosnell operated like he was in his own little fiefdom,” Sullivan said. “And he didn’t care about life on any side of it.”
“He’s selling drugs, he’s not caring about his patients, he’s reusing instruments on women, giving them STDs. And on top of that, he’s killing children.