Planned Parenthood Sold the Intact Bodies of Dead Babies to 3rd Parties
In an interview with CNN the man behind the Planned Parenthood videos explained why StemExpress (one of the companies buying baby parts from PP) has sued to stop the videos from being released. David Daleiden, who led the efforts to unmask the evil deeds at Planned Parenthood and their partners, told CNN this past week that in one of the videos StemExpress admitted that they sometimes receive “fully intact fetuses” at their laboratories.
While this may not sound shocking to you, especially after the revelations that these companies buy baby parts and organs from CNN, it should shock you.
If StemExpress really does get “fully intact fetuses” it would legally be “prima facie evidence” that Planned Parenthood is delivering living children, allowing them to die and then shipping them to StemExpress.
Here’s what Daleiden said on CNN:
In a meeting with their top leadership, they admitted that they sometimes get fully intact fetuses shipped to their laboratory from the abortion clinics they work with, and that could be prima facie evidence of born alive infants. And so that’s why they’re trying to suppress that videotape and they’re very scared of it.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 31, 2015
This is why StemExpress is fighting so hard to suppress the videos that they appear in. They are terrified that they will be held both criminally and ethically liable, along with Planned Parenthood, for these heinous deeds (as they should be). If it gets out that Planned Parenthood and StemExpress are allowing babies to be born alive and then letting them die (after birth) it could destroy their businesses. And so they fight to repress the truth.
Get ready, folks, this entire sick and twisted story is going to become even more disturbing than it already is.
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