Dr. Mengele of the Antebellum South?

https://usslave.blogspot.com/2011/05/dr-j-marion-sims-medical-experiments-on.html

Well, this is a highly biased PC, cultural left blog – but facts are facts – unless this site is lying.

Sims also argued that the movement of the skull bones during a protracted birth contributed to trismus. Clearly designating patients by class and race, Sims began to exercise his freedom to experiment on the enslaved infants. He took custody of them and with a shoemaker’s awl, a pointed tool used for making holes in leather, tried to pry the bones of their skulls into proper alignment. According to his published articles, this procedure was only practiced on enslaved African babies. Because he “owned” these poor, innocent children, he had free access to their bodies for autopsies, which he usually performed immediately after death. Sims routinely blamed “slave mothers and nurses for infant suffering, especially through their ignorance.”

Isn’t the quote below something that hasn’t changed with cultural conservatives?

Sims routinely blamed “slave mothers and nurses for infant suffering, especially through their ignorance.”

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