Yesterday, the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released their eighth installment in a series of damning undercover videos exposing the fetal body parts trafficking which, until the CMP investigation, has occurred within the abortion industry unbeknownst to the average American.
Thus far, the CMP has exposed multiple Planned Parenthood abortionists bartering the sale of fetal body parts, admitting to altering abortion procedures in order to obtain intact tissue, and candidly explaining that infants born alive during abortion are a normal element of their modus operandi. In the latest video, we see StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer admit that Planned Parenthood ships “intact cases” to their lab – “a lot.”
In a press release, the CMP preempted the objection that these “intact cases” refer to anything other than the full bodies of aborted children:
“What about intact specimens?” asks one of the actors. “Oh yeah, I mean if you have intact cases, which we’ve done a lot, we sometimes ship those back to our lab in its entirety,” replies Dyer. “Case” is the clinical term for an abortion procedure. An “intact case” refers to an intact abortion with a whole fetus. “The entire case?” asks an actor. “Yeah, yeah,” says Dyer. “The procurement for us, I mean it can go really sideways, depending on the facility, and then our samples are destroyed,” she explains past botched fetal dissections, “so we started bringing them back even to manage it from a procurement expert standpoint.”
Dyer’s admission is supported by other footage released by the CMP in which a former abortion worker-turned-whistleblower and a tissue procurement tech who was filmed undercover both explain that children are routinely delivered whole (and likely alive) during abortions. In last week’s video, for example, former StemExpress employee Holly O’Donnell recalls how she was instructed by her supervisor to procure the brain of a baby whose heart was still beating when his intact body was brought to the lab.
Across the board, callousness characterizes these interactions. We learn that, within the abortion industry, the death of the preborn carries a premium far higher than we ever realized. “It’s all just a matter of line items,” we are told. While swilling wine or laughing hysterically, abortionists and biotech executives have revealed first-hand their involvement in these illegal aspects of fetal tissue harvesting.
There is a certain schizophrenia in abortion legislation, which is predicated on the dichotomous belief that killing children while they’re inside the womb is acceptable, but killing them outside the womb is wrong. Killing children is, of course, never acceptable. But, thanks to the CMP, Planned Parenthood’s pious façade of operating within the bounds of the law has been exposed – we now know that they likely disregard even laws against infanticide. In reality, the organization snubs the law in favor of profit without a shred of remorse.