You might remember abortionist Kris Neuhaus. She's been fighting to keep her medical license in the state of Kansas after it was revealed that she had offered a sub-standard level of care. Well, now she's looking to raise money to apply for a license to abort babies in other states.
NRL News reports:
Ex-Kansas abortionist Kris Neuhaus wants your pity (she sees herself as a martyr) and your money.
In a radio interview Thursday, Neuhaus elaborated that she has lost her research job “without explanation” and has initiated a second online “fund me“ campaign to raise $100,000.
So who is Kris Neuhaus? A failed abortionist whom NRL News Today readers will remember had her medical license revoked in July 2012. She appealed to a friendly judge and her case was remanded to the State Board of Healing Arts in March 2014. The Board revoked the license again this past January on the narrower complaint of record-keeping failure. She is now appealing that revocation. (More about that below.)
Fed by adulation from multiple pro-abortion outlets where she has been termed a “hero-provider,” Neuhaus now insists (as she did in a press conference in April) that she be referred to as Dr. Neuhaus. She bills herself as “the first woman physician in Kansas to publicly provide abortion care, performing or consulting on over 10,000 procedures.”
In Thursday’s radio interview Neuhaus said she is seeking public funding to help her afford the filing fees required to apply for medical licenses in other states. (Watch out, America!)