In a news release just issued, Wisconsin Right to Life demanded that Governor James Doyle return $33,000 in tainted abortion money to the abortionist and his wife who gave it to him. Governor Doyle was AWOL when the UW Hospital Authority Board recently approved a plan to perform late-term abortions at one of its affiliated facilities. Doyle is in the pocket of radical pro-abortionists, banking $33,000 in tainted campaign funds from the notorious late-term abortionist Dennis Christensen and Christensen’s wife. It’s no surprise that Doyle looked the other way when the university and its allies moved late-term abortions into an outpatient facility. Doyle is bought and paid for by those who make their living by killing unborn babies.
Since 2001 Doyle received $17,000 from Dennis Christensen and $16,000 from Christensen’s wife, Lynn. In September of 2006, a critical time before the November gubernatorial election, Lynn Christensen gave $8,000 to Doyle. Christensen is the “dean” of Wisconsin’s abortionists, having performed abortions for 36 years, 31 of them in Wisconsin.
Christensen submitted a declaration in 1998 to a Wisconsin federal court in which he admitted performing one to two partial-birth abortions each year. The declaration was entered when Christensen sued to keep partial-birth abortions legal in Wisconsin after the Wisconsin legislature had enacted a law to prohibit partial-birth abortions.
Christensen told a Michigan court in the late 1990s that he had performed 60,000 abortions in his career at that time, with 9,000 of them beyond the first trimester. Christensen performed abortions up to 24 weeks (six months) of pregnancy. He referred women wanting abortions after 24 weeks to an abortionist in Wichita, Kansas, most likely the notorious George Tiller who is under indictment in Kansas at this time.
Wisconsin Right to Life is urging the residents of Wisconsin to call Governor Doyle and demand that this tainted money which helped put him into office be returned.
A complete record of Christensen donations to Doyle can be found here.