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    Abortionist Previously Arrested for Rape Stops Car to Yell ‘Rape Them and Send Them Here’ at Sidewalk Counselors

    Updated: April 20, 2019 at 9:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A North Carolina abortionist who had been arrested five years ago on a rape charge that was later dropped, and who was previously captured on camera claiming that he is doing a service to taxpayers by ridding the world of “ugly black babies,” stopped his car on Saturday in front of those trying to reach abortive mothers and called out, “Rape them and send them here!”

    Cities4Life in Charlotte captured the incident on camera, which has now been posted to social media. The short video shows Ashutosh “Ron” Virmani, abortionist at A Preferred Women’s Health Center, pulling into the driveway of the abortion facility, and then briefly pausing to call out to those on the sidewalk.

    “Rape them and send them here!” he yells, repeating it a second time before driving off.

    “It’s grievous to see such a flippant and insensitive attitude coming from a man that claims to care about women in difficult situations [and] at a ‘healthcare facility’ that claims to care about women in crisis,” wrote Vicky Kaseorg, who reported the matter on the Cities4Life website.

    As previously reported, Virmani made national headlines in 2012 when members of the group Operation Save America went to his home to speak to him about their concerns regarding his practice. The encounter was captured on camera as two men and one woman spoke with Virmani.

    “Don’t put pregnancy and adoption on the taxpayers,” Virmani stated. “I don’t wish to pay for the baby with my

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