September 8, 2015

Planned Parenthood to Congress: Ignore what you see, hear in those videos

When the videos clearly show people in the Planned Parenthood labs clinically picking over fetal parts like brains, eyes, hearts, livers, arms or legs, disputes over exactly what prompted Planned Parenthood employees to make awkward admissions of the baby’s sex and humanity seem to be mere diversions.

Planned Parenthood wants Congress to put these images out of their minds and focus on the editing of the videos.

PPFA says Fusion GPS, the firm hired by Planned Parenthood to analyze the videos, “ultimately concluded that the manipulation of the videos and the transcripts means they have no evidentiary value in a legal context and cannot be relied upon for any official inquiries unless supplemented by the original video in unaltered form.”

Though there are multiple occasions on the tapes where Planned Parenthood abortionists discuss changing the “procedure” in order to get better “specimens,” more “intact” specimens, Planned Parenthood tells Congress in the letter that the only abortion method used at its centers, from about 13 weeks of pregnancy, is what it considers to be “dilation and extraction” (D&E), and any variations are merely “adjustments” to that “method.”

Click here for the originating article from NRL News Today