Slowly but surely evidence is surfacing to substantiate the claims made in my article “Congress, Abortion, and District 19” written two weeks ago today. I covered the story of Republican Nan Hayworth, current darling of the Republican Party and 2010 contender for New York’s Congressional District 19. Nan Hayworth has what I call “baggage” – and because of this – will be unable to gain the favor of primary voters and secure the Republican and Conservative Party nominations.
Unfortunately for Nan Hayworth, her husband, Scott Hayworth, is an OB/GYN doctor, and by virtue of his profession, three significant problems have emerged:
1. Hayworth admits to having performed abortions in the past;
2. He is CEO of Mount Kisco Medical Group (“MKMG”), a clinic that performs abortions, despite stating at this blog that “MKMG is not an abortion clinic”; and
3. Hayworth is part of a political action committee that supports pro-abortion candidates.
The main issue becomes: If Nan Hayworth was elected to the United States Congress, will she be advocating on behalf of the abortion lobby as a payback to the many abortion doctors that have directly or indirectly donated to her campaign?
Just yesterday, YouTube poster “ ocogop” showed his/her disgust with the Republican’s choice of candidates in a little over one minute, devastating clip that communicates some of the damaging details surrounding Scott Hayworth. View video here.
NewsCopy.com Editor Bob Fois confirms that abortions are taking place at MKMG, and opines that despite all fingers pointing to the Hayworth campaign in the negative, the people who need to know, or need to say they know, are nowhere to be found:
Sources have told News Copy that evidence exists proving that Dr. Hayworth does run an OB/GYN clinic that performs abortions. The issue is not expected to go away anytime soon but no accountable claim by a candidate or organization has surfaced.
Bob Fois suggested that I “follow the money” if I want to learn the truth. Indeed, a second and closer look at the individual donors to the Hayworth campaign led me to further question the credibility of the Hayworth’s. (Source: CampaignMoney.com).
Out of the 15 doctors that donated individually to the Hayworth campaign, seven including Scott Hayworth work at the Mount Kisco location – Building 90. Five of the seven donors are OB/GYN doctors with their practice limited to gynecology – what this means is that women who want to bring their pregnancy to term are not being treated there – and although I do not have concrete evidence to support this assertion yet, it seems Building 90 is the abortion site of the MKMG clinic.
The Republican Party has some nerve trying to push a candidate whose husband is as closely related to the abortion industry as Scott Hayworth is. The argument that Nan is the good enough candidate because she has the most money to spend, is not nearly enough to put my morals and ideals aside, and it is this precise disregard of the People’s values that has the tea party folks so disappointed. They want Mr. Smith Goes to Washington not The Manchurian Candidate.
There are so far four other candidates pursuing the Republican and Conservative Party’s nomination in District 19. None having the same abortion industry connection as Hayworth and all claiming to be pro-life, surely, the respective Parties have options.
Although the NYS Conservative Party has not issued an official endorsement, I can say with complete confidence that Party Leaders will not support Nan Hayworth, even though Conservatives oftentimes, just like their Republican counterparts, use the close enough strategy in their attempts to win at all costs– Hayworth baggage, however, is proving to be too heavy.
The Republican Party, on the other hand, is still balking at the idea that a pro-life candidate can win in New York, and are still being weighed down by motives to retain power and make money, instead of standing on principle and moving from there.
In Hollywood, any publicity is good publicity, but in the brutal world of politics, politicians are held to a higher standard. Since elected officials are just a microcosm of the public’s wants and needs, it should reflect the morals and ideals of the populace.
Hello Mr. Ed Cox, I have another message for you:
District 19 deserves better. They deserve a candidate that represents their values. Nan Hayworth is closely related to the abortion industry – an industry that is antithetical to freedom and makes its living tearing apart tiny infants in the womb. My prediction is that the Hayworth ship, being weighed down by too much baggage, will sink and sink hard – it’s only a matter of time.