Bad News, Abortion Enthusiasts: More Planned Parenthood Videos On The Way

Jim Treacher | Blogger

This is only the beginning.

Jessica Heslam, Boston Herald:

One of the country’s foremost anti-abortion crusaders — who worked on the explosive undercover investigation into the alleged farming of aborted babies’ body parts at Planned Parenthood — said the group plans to drop another stunner next week.

“We have thousands upon thousands of hours of video and notes, and this is the first piece that we’re going to release,” Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue, an anti-abortion organization based in Kansas, said of this week’s eight-minute video that has already gone viral with more than 1.5 million views on YouTube. A second unedited three-hour video was also released.

“Whatever lies Planned Parenthood used to cover this up to try and justify what they do, we’ve got the evidence to prove they’re lying and they’re breaking the law,” he added.

In case you missed it, here’s the original video of Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood’s senior director for medical services. Observe as she calmly describes, between bites of salad and sips of wine, how she harvests human organs and then lies about it:

And, for the panicky abortion fans who keep insisting this video was “selectively edited” (as if there’s such a thing as unselective editing), here’s the full, unedited video:

Of course, you could get a video of Nucatola actually cutting up a baby and haggling with prospective buyers over the price of each part, and the people with an emotional and/or financial investment in abortion-on-demand wouldn’t believe it.

If this is all just a hoax, why did Nucatola delete her Twitter account as soon as these videos were released? Why hasn’t she spoken up? Why isn’t she defending herself from these evil right-wing woman-haters who want to take away women’s choices because they hate women?

Try clicking your heels together three times, jerks. Maybe that’ll make it all go away.

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