A Matter of Honor — Christian University Honors MD Who Invented Assembly Line Abortion
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Eliminating welfare would be a good step toward population control, Allred said.
Allred is also listed as the physician on duty at the failed abortion of Gianna Jessen in 1977 who was born alive after her mother underwent an attempted saline abortion. She suffers cerebral palsy, but has become an outspoken anti-abortion advocate and dedicated Christian, specifically lobbying for legislation signed by George W. Bush in 2002 that outlawed the killing of abortion survivors by strangulation, suffocation, discarding the living fetus, or leaving it to die. (See GiannaJessen.com)
Allred, who had made millions through is abortion clinics, sold his chain of clinics in 2005 to another graduate of Loma Linda University. Allred also bought the Los Alamitos Racetrack and in the past decade lobbied to change state law in order to have Vegas-style slot machines brought to the track to help increase revenue.
In 1992, the Seventh-day Adventist Church published Guidelines on Abortion
La Sierra University describes Allred as follows:
In naming the center after Allred, La Sierra has bestowed not only an honor, but staked its claim by tacitly acknowledging, approving, and praising his controversial entrepreneurial accomplishment.