What job would you never do no matter how much it paid?

Abortionist, specifically 2nd trimester abortions (16-24 weeks).

My uncle used to be an abortionist but he has since moved on to open his own family practice. He described to me how a D&E abortion is done and I didn't believe him, so he made me watch a documentary called Eclipse of Reason (Charlton Heston in it), it gave me nightmares.

Basically, the pregnant women is put under general anesthesia. The abortionist then breaks her water and dilates her cervix. Then shit gets fucked up. The doc takes special clawed forceps and reaches inside and feels around the uterus until he latches onto a leg, then pulls until the leg rips off. He repeats with the other leg, then arms and then the spine, torso and internal organs until there's just a head. He then reaches in and grasps the head and crushes it (to easily remove it because it's the biggest part). Then uses a curettage (I weird curved razor) or aspirator and removes any tissue left and the placenta. The fetus is still alive when it starts but obviously dies during the process.

When he told me this I thought he was just joking (doctors have a fucked up sense of humor). Then when I found out he was serious, I thought surely this was something they did a long time ago. Nope, they do it now. What they did a long time ago was worse saline abortions (don't want to Google that).

The documentary Eclipse of Reason isn't bullshit pro-life propaganda made by those idiots that stand outside of abortion clinics screaming at terrified women. It was made by Bernard Nathanson, an abortionist who has presided over 60,000 abortions and co-founded NARAL (National Association for the Repeal of Abortion laws now called National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League). He played a large role in legalizing abortion in the US. It's a very thought provoking documentary, but I have to warn you NSFL no matter your stance on abortion. It shows a D&E abortion from both inside the womb and out.

I'm probably going to get down voted for this, oh well. Honestly, my only opinion on the matter is that I think there should be a law requiring abortionist to euthanize the fetus before removing it in pieces.

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