‘I Want a Lamborghini’: Planned Parenthood Employee Laughs While Negotiating Sale of Fetal Body Parts

Posted: Jul 21, 2015 10:00 AM

Since the Center for Medical Progress released a video of Planned Parenthood Doctor Deborah Nucatola discussing the price of aborted babies’ body parts while sipping her wine, the pro-life movement has been bracing for even more shocking behind-the-scenes footage of the country’s biggest abortion business. They didn’t have to wait long.

In their second released video Tuesday morning, a part of their almost 3-year investigation, CMP caught Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Medical Directors’ Council President, Dr. Mary Gatter, also talking about selling fetal body parts with actors posing as buyers, ensuring them that she doesn’t want to “lowball” the price.

“You know, in negotiations whoever throws out the figure first is at a loss, right?” she said. “I just don’t want to lowball.”

She started by suggesting $75 a specimen.

Gatter was nonchalant when suggesting she could ask surgeons to use certain abortion procedures that could keep the aborted baby “intact.” For instance, while a typical “suction” procedure would be insufficient, the TPAS (manual vacuum aspirator) option is “less crunchy,” requires less suction and would produce more “whole” specimens. She admitted using this procedure would violate their agreement with patients that they are totally upfront about the care they are getting, but said she wouldn’t “object” to asking her surgeons to do so anyway.

“So yeah, I’m not making a fuss about that.”

Women’s health.

It’s worth reiterating the fact that selling fetal body parts is illegal. Congress, along with several states, have announced they are launching investigations into Planned Parenthood, hoping their findings may at least strip the organization of its taxpayer funding. 

In the newest chilling clip, Gatter repeated that it’s not about the money. Then she added this, laughing:

“Let me just figure out what others are getting, and if this is in the ballpark, then it’s fine, if it’s still low, then we can bump it up,” she said. “I want a Lamborghini.”