Planned Parenthood’s Senior Director of Medical Services Deborah Nucatola has a mind-boggling relationship with the U.S. Government. From 2010 to 2014, the abortionist was an “expert” at the U.S. Health and Human Services Office of Population Affairs (OPA). She also lent her “expertise” to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Reproductive Health. The subject to which she lent her professional opinions? Helping Americans to “achieve their desired number and spacing of children and increase the likelihood that those children are born healthy.”
But precisely what qualified Nucatola – whose expertise lies in the killing and dismemberment of preborn children– to participate in writing government guidelines on such a subject remains a mystery. The Obama-Planned Parenthood love affair may, in fact, be the only explanation for Nucatola’s appointment to such positions of leadership within pivotal government organizations, as the Planned Parenthood darling has no outstanding qualifiers that would flag her as an expert on the delivery of healthy children. On the contrary: Nucatola is a self-anointed expert on delivering dead children whose bodies can be further monetized beyond abortion by the sale of their intact body parts.
In spite of Nucatola’s coziness with the U.S. Government, the abortionist will not make a quick trip to Washington to appear before the federal House Energy and Commerce Committee (ECC) as requested in a July 17 letter to Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards. Planned Parenthood can’t seem to decide whether or not to send Nucatola to the hearing, and they flippantly brush off the requestby explaining that they need more time to confer about the implications of sending her.
What happened to Nucatola’s history of altruistic cooperation with the government? Apparently, her desire to help is easily tempered by Planned Parenthood’s hopeless mission to save face in the wake of a controversy from which the abortion giant most assuredly will not return intact.