If pundits thought the last two weeks were bad for Planned Parenthood, they didn’t see this one coming. This week saw the release of the two most damning videos to date. And we know that Planned Parenthood and their compatriots are feeling the burn, based on a constant stream of attempts to rebut the avalanche of evidence against them. Those who fear public awareness of the issue have even convinced a California court to gag the Center for Medical Progress (which produced the films) from releasing more of the body of footage about StemExpress introduced in Tuesday’s video.
Of course, the ridiculous is never far from any of Planned Parenthood’s self-preservation campaigns, and a purported PP website hacking that the abortion giant has tenuously pinned on “extremists” (aka Pro-Lifers) looks to be just the right shade of ridiculous to bespeak a Planned Parenthood conspiracy:
"Extremists have wrecked our site. Fortunately, they let us control this page so we can tell you how awful they are." pic.twitter.com/sIIQROCeAg
— Jill Stanek (@JillStanek) July 30, 2015
Planned Parenthood is very well aware that states like Texas – the most “anti” (-abortion) states in America – have a vested interest in seeing their doors close for good. In the most disturbing and damning video released thus far, abortionist and Vice President of Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains, Savita Ginde, cautions the undercover buyers that their monetization of fetal body parts would not work in “anti” states: “Because if you have someone in a really anti state that’s going to be doing this for you, they’re probably going to get caught.”
Totally underestimating the mainstream Pro-Life community, Ginde assumed that Planned Parenthood’s engagement in illegal profiteering from the sale of preborn children was untouchable thanks to cunning legal strategists:
Referencing Planned Parenthood lawyer Kevin Paul, Ginde says, “He’s got it figured out that he knows that even if, because we talked to him in the beginning, you know, we were like, ‘We don’t want to get called on,’ you know, ‘selling fetal parts across states.’” The buyers then ask, “And you feel confident that they’re building those layers?” to which Ginde responds, “I’m confident that our Legal will make sure we’re not put in that situation.”
“Anti” states know that women deserve better than Planned Parenthood, and preborn children are certainly healthier without Planned Parenthood. Texas views shuttering Planned Parenthood as a state interest, preserving the well-being of generations current and future. Consequently, Planned Parenthood is under intense scrutiny in our “anti” state. We have no intention of letting Planned Parenthood slither around unnoticed as they, aided by our tax dollars, commit despicable and barbaric acts that threaten the livelihood of our most precious goods: our people. Planned Parenthood’s actions in Texas and across the country are unacceptable, and they have been caught