Mandeville, LA – The Center for Medical Progress has just released video #5 in their expose of the diabolical actions of Planned Parenthood clinics. I ask “pro-choicers” if they think the body parts, shown in these screen-caps from this latest video, came from a Barbie Doll or Mr. PotatoHead set? These are REAL parts, ripped from very much alive babies under the misnomer “abortion”. Heaven help us for standing idly by while this happens in American cities under American law.
SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE
I was moved by Father Carney’s sermon Sunday during Mass when he issued a call “we HAVE TO BE willing to risk something to bring this to an end.” Then he gave a brief account of Hernan Cortez upon landing at Vera Cruz (on Good Friday) and then seeing/learning of the human sacrifice of the Aztecs committed his army of 150 to convert the 15 MILLION Aztecs to the Christian Faith. That’s right 150 against 15,000,000 and here we sit letting 535 tell us genocide must continue. I recounted part of this story from Cortez here.
The Center for Medical Progress posted the video that contains the photos shown above; be warned that this video contains vile, disgusting and morally repulsive “medical procedures” that may cause nausea or intense stress. From the latest video, the CMP informs:
“Where we probably have an edge over other organizations, our organization has been doing research for many many years,” explains Farrell. When researchers need a specific part from the aborted fetus, Farrell says, “We bake that into our contract, and our protocol, that we follow this, so we deviate from our standard in order to do that.”
Asked specifically if this means Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast can change abortion procedures to supply intact fetal specimens, Farrell affirms, “Some of our doctors in the past have projects and they’re collecting the specimens, so they do it in a way that they get the best specimens, so I know it can happen.”
The investigators ask Farrell how she will frame a contract in which they pay a higher price for higher quality fetal body parts, and she replies, “We can work it out in the context of–obviously, the procedure itself is more complicated,” suggesting that “without having you cover the procedural cost” and paying for the abortion, the higher specimen price could be framed as “additional time, cost, administrative burden.”
Farrell finally summarizes her affiliate’s approach to fetal tissue payments: “If we alter our process, and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, we can make it part of the budget that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this. It’s all just a matter of line items.”
The sale or purchase of human fetal tissue is a federal felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison or a fine of up to $500,000 (42 U.S.C. 289g-2). Federal law also requires that no alteration in the timing or method of abortion be done for the purposes of fetal tissue collection (42 U.S.C. 289g-1).