Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Just think about that for just a moment. Your average Planned Parenthood supporter and promoter and whatever else they call themselves out there, they’re not concerned about the children. They’re concerned about their reputation. Just ponder that for a moment. Check out today’s transcript for the rest….
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Mike: It is not constitutional so much as the Constitution is being used to support it and promote it. He is a member of a legislative body that has a vote on whether or not that entity, that unconstitutional law, abortion, and the unconstitutional entity that is being supported by it – there is nothing in the Constitution the calls for the federal government, or calls for any government for that matter, to be funding the murderous practice of abortion. There’s nothing in the Constitution to be funding any of these medical procedures, all of Obamacare. If you go to my website, in the search box at the top of the page type in “Franklin Pierce,” as in president. As a matter of fact, I’ll do it for you. I’ll put it in today’s Pile of Prep so you don’t have to find it. Read his veto of the “Indigent Insane Act” 1843.
What rationale did Pierce give to veto the “Indigent Insane Act?” He said Congress had no authority to care for, deal with, fund, manage in any way shape or form anything that had anything to do with a medical procedure, with medical practice, with medical conditions. He went on to say that if Congress did claim that they could do this because these mental patients were crossing state lines, which is one of the flimsy excuses used in the bill, then anyone that had a common cold, if they crossed a state line, that’s federal now. Congress would have to take all – of course, that is exactly what has happened. Pierce correctly noted that it shouldn’t happen. So Senator Lankford is doing his constitutional duty. Although he didn’t frame it as such doesn’t mean he wasn’t doing it as such. Oklahoma, you’ve got a good man there. Support him.
Now I’d like to take you to the pages of Chronicles Magazine and one of my favorite writers, Aaron Wolf. Here’s the headline: “Planned Parenthood: hearts and minds, and livers.” By the bye, if you’re just joining us today, remember that I’ve coined a phrase for the Planned Parenthood clinics that are perpetrating these acts. They shall be known on this show henceforth as Planned Parenthood’s Gurney Kill Butcher Shop. If you’re wondering gurney kill, think road kill. That’s how they treat children anyways, gurney kill. Women strapped on a gurney, children ripped out of their wombs, massacred, and then the parts sold. But don’t worry, we have a domestic terrorism problem. We have a horse slaughter problem, too. Wolf gives narrative to this and to what is happening and what Planned Parenthood is doing.
By the way, Planned Parenthood is now out there and is actually being asked some questions. The excuses that they’re giving for this, the justification for it is offensive. It ought to be offensive to the sensitive mind that holds near, dear, and precious human life. [mocking] “It’s just tissue.” Let me ask you a question, Mr. and Mrs. Planned Parenthood. If I’m alive and someone needs one of my legs, some of the muscle from one of my legs, if you can successfully restrain me, usurp all the liberties that I have, and then get a doctor to cut one of my legs off because you need the muscles, what did you just cut off? What is that? That’s a human leg. But when you do it to a 20-week-old baby, which now, thanks to medical breakthroughs, can survive outside the mother’s womb, so don’t tell me it’s not a baby, that that’s tissue. When you do it to me, you’re taking my leg; when you do it to the kid, you call it tissue. This is what is known in philosophia perennis as the fourth argument in a syllogism. Guess what? There can only be three arguments in a syllogism. It is a fallacy of analogy. In other words, you take a word that means something and we all know what it means and you use it in a manner in which it means something else. Back to Aaron Wolf: You?
Busy reporting on Bill Cosby, the mainstream media took an entire day to notice the shocking video, allowing for time to figure out how it could respond in such a way that liberals and Planned Parenthood supporters would not be offended.
Mike: Just think about that for just a moment. Your average Planned Parenthood supporter and promoter and whatever else they call themselves out there, they’re not concerned about the children. They’re concerned about their reputation. Just ponder that for a moment. All the responses that we’ve heard have nothing to do with the lives of the children that are being massacred, the human cannibalism basically that’s going on here. [mocking] “Mike, it’s for medical research.” Call it whatever you will. I told you on Wednesday this is the greatest scandal of the 21st century. No one believed me. Now as we learn the details and see the reactions, do you now believe? This is as scandalous as it gets. The people that are involved here are not worried about the butchering and the murder and the massacre that they’ve committed. They’re worried about their own reputations. Let’s compound the prior sin of thou shall not kill with another one. [mocking] “I need my dose of pride. You’re not going to injure my reputation, buddy, just because some stupid fetus, just because they set this sting video up and found out that we were killing these kids and selling the parts.” Back to Aaron Wolf:
Ultimately, the coverage seems to be focused on converting outrage at Planned Parenthood into righteous indignation toward the Center for Medical Progress, highlighting the connections between the pro-life and James O’Keefe, Lila Rose, fake pimps, ACORN, etc. etc. Reports also emphasized that the viral video was highly edited (indeed it was), [Mike: So?] and claimed that it was misleading with regard to the Center for Medical Progress’s allegations about organ sales. In the end, the media avoided offending Planned Parenthood by using Planned Parenthood’s own press release and tweets as the basis for their reporting.
Even Snopes.com, the urban myth buster of the interwebs, found time to post a “fact check” of the viral “Baby Parts for Sale” video, asking, “Does a video show Dr. Deborah Nucatola admitting that Planned Parenthood sells organs from aborted fetuses?” Now, Snopes can’t answer no, because both the edited video (with its text overlays and ominous music) and the unedited version (forthrightly provided by the Center for Medical Progress) make the answer painfully obvious. Plus, Planned Parenthood plainly admits that it procures infant parts for biomedical companies and charges something for its trouble, in the very press release it issued in response to the video, which is quoted at length in the Snopes posting. But Snopes can’t simply say yes, and confirm that the allegation is no “urban legend,” because the plain truth is too horrifying to contemplate. So the status of reality remains “Undetermined.”
The angle pursued by the video’s producers involves the profit motive and federal law.
Mike: This is where I really appreciate what Aaron Wolf has written here. I’ve talked about this, too. No, that’s not me seeking credit for it. I’m just happy and delighted to see that Chronicles Magazine would publish this. Remember, truth doesn’t have an expiration date. I’m always trying to seek truth. I think Mr. Wolf is as well, and I think he gets it correct. Maybe we’re both wrong. I don’t think so but here you go.
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