BREAKING: Another Video Shows Gendercide at Planned Parenthood in New York City

Posted: May 31, 2012 8:04 AM

Another new and chilling  Live Action film shows gendercide being promoted in a New York City Planned Parenthood clinic. A woman undercover says if she is pregnant with a baby girl, she would want to abort and instead have a boy. The Planned Parenthood worker counsels her about how to terminate her pregnancy, late term, based on sex-selection.

"If you find out it's a girl and you decide that, what you prefer is to terminate the pregnancy then that's your decision."


On Monday, Dan brought you a video from Live Action showing an Austin, Texas Planned Parenthood employee counseling a young woman about how she could have a late term abortion if her baby was a girl rather than a boy.

The video from Monday has prompted the House of Representatives to vote on legislation today that will ban sex-selection based abortion.

Legislation coming up for a House vote would make it a federal crime to carry out an abortion based on the gender of the fetus. The measure takes aim at the aborting of female fetuses, a practice more common to countries such India and China, where there is a strong preference for sons, but which is also thought to take place in this country.

The mainly Republican supporters of the bill characterized the vote as a sex-discrimination issue at a time when Democrats are accusing Republicans of waging a war on women. Abortion rights advocates argued that the bill exploits the problem of selective abortion to further limit a woman's right to choose.

But of course, it looks like the do nothing Democrat controlled Senate will allow the war on baby girls to continue. Pro-abortion groups are already screaming about the bill and ironically calling it discrimination.

Marcia Greenberger, co-president of the National Women's Law Center, said the bill fosters discrimination by "subjecting women from certain racial and ethnic backgrounds to additional scrutiny about their decision to terminate a pregnancy."

Lila Rose, founder of Live Action, discusses: