More than 2,000 aborted fetuses found in doctor’s home, Buttigieg ‘doesn’t want it to become political’

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg is running to become President of the United States.

However, the recent disturbing findings in a doctor’s Illinois home may dampen his chances of ever reaching the Oval Office. Last week, more than 2,200 aborted fetuses were found in the home of Ulrich Klopfer.

Now, Klopfer, who died on Sept. 3, ran abortion clinics in Indiana and Illinois, including South Bend, where Buttigieg happens to be mayor.

Why did Klopfer have these fetuses? Who knows. But we do know that Klopfer has his medical license suspended for refusing to report performing abortions on two 13 year olds.

Now, after days of silence, the South Bend mayor and Democratic presidential candidate is finally addressing the subject.

And guess what? He would prefer that if we just didn’t make the whole thing political, you know. Because why should the mayor of the town be held responsible for what happens in his town?

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