"It's Very Odd That America's Biggest Serial Killer Has Been . . . Erased From History"

So said husband and wife actors Kevin and Sam Sorbo about Kermit Gosnell, the notorious abortionist, who was convicted last year of murdering babies who had survived his botched abortions. They're right. The whitewash of his trial by the Mainstream Media has left Americans in a virtual collective ignorance about this man's 30-year killing spree. Yet, at the same time his trial, the same media made a household name of Jody Arias, the murderer and tabloid starlet. Check out this sampling of name recognition:

According to Havilah Steinman at The Heritage Foundation's The Foundry Blog:

Arias was convicted of first-degree murder on May 8, 2013. Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortion doctor, was convicted on three counts of first-degree murder and one count of involuntary manslaughter on May 13, 2013, just five days after Arias. He’s suspected of killing thousands of babies over his 40 years in the abortion business.

Why had so many of (Phelim) McAleer's interview subjects heard of Arias but not Gosnell, whom he calls “the most prolific serial killer in American history”?

It’s the reason why McAleer and co-producers Ann McElhinney and Magdalena Segieda decided to make a movie. The film, titled “Gosnell,” has raised more than $1.3 million on Indiegogo. That’s 65 percent of the $2.1 million goal it must reach by May 12.

While the Mainstream Media is doing its best to render this national atrocity as an irrelevancy, the pro-life movement will force it onto the national consciousness. You can bet you will hear more about this. Here. Soon.