The ninth video from the Center for Medical Progress's three-year investigation provides more proof that Planned Parenthood and its partners are in the business of profiting off abortion.
Planned Parenthood has supplied fetal tissue to Advanced Bioscience Resources for more than ten years for experimentation purposes, the CMP explains in its latest installment. For each body part harvested, ABR pays Planned Parenthood $60. So it’s beneficial to keep specimens as intact as possible. ABR Procurement Manager Perrin Larton describes the optimal process for procuring baby parts after an abortion. One drug her company discourages using, she says, is digoxin, for it has an unpleasant odor.
“We’ve been in the business long enough, I can tell if it’s been dig’ed or not,” Larton said. “You know, I just look at it and I go, ugh. Yeah. And they have a smell, it’s just, it’s not right. So, it’s just kind of icky.”
How Larton can find practices like this “icky,” yet be unmoved by the destruction of human life in general, is beyond rationality. She went into more detail about the ideal (and not-so-ideal) procurement process. An intact fetus - ideal:
"I literally have had women come in and they’ll go in the O.R. and they’re back out in 3 minutes, and I’m going, ‘What’s going on?’ Oh yeah, the fetus was already in the vaginal canal whenever we put her in the stirrups, it just fell out."
Messing with 'smooth liver' - not so ideal:
“Whenever we have a smooth portion of liver, we think that’s good,” she said.” Because most of the time it’s got, you know, just the instruments they go in to pull – and it’s just whatever presents first. And unfortunately, I don’t know why, a lot of times the abdomen presents first and they just go in and start pulling, and…it really pisses me off.”
Well, these videos have also pissed off many pro-life Americans, who are abhorred that $500 million of taxpayer money is funneled to Planned Parenthood each year. Thankfully, the House of Representatives has just announced they are planning to vote to defund the organization immediately following their return to Capitol Hill next week.