In the latest video exposing how Planned Parenthood harvests body parts from aborted babies and sells them to companies like StemExpress, investigative journalists go undercover with the CEO of StemExpress.
The StemExpress’ CEO discusses the rampant problems of contagious bacteria in certain Planned Parenthood clinics: “Some where you’re kind of like in question of really, should they really, you know… I’ve seen staph come out of clinics… I’ve seen all sorts of things come out of clinics.”
Should Planned Parenthood really do what? We know what they are doing. They are murdering unborn babies in their mothers’ wombs. And Planned Parenthood, which claims they support women’s health, continues to do these invasive procedures in unsanitary, unsafe, and even infected environments.
The CEO of StemExpress – which until last week was one of the top buyers of Planned Parenthood’s murdered baby parts – also reveals just how many butchered baby body parts are being sold, saying they were buying baby parts from close to 100 Planned Parenthood affiliates. She even calls Planned Parenthood “a volume institution.” The conversation over wine and lunch discusses the sale of dozens of baby’s livers and shipping entire baby heads through the mail. But, she jokes, they must warn the lab what’s coming, “so they don’t open the box and go ‘Oh God!’”
This is disgusting. Even StemExpress now recognizes that the latest revelations about Planned Parenthood make them a liability for StemExpress’ business of trading in babies’ body parts. They have cut off all business ties with Planned Parenthood.
And now that Planned Parenthood’s practices have been called into question, women have started to come forward corroborating what the investigative journalists at CMP have uncovered. Women who have had abortions—like Nancy Tanner—have begun to speak out about their horrific experiences with Planned Parenthood. Tanner told Life Site News that the staff of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Washington, D.C. forced her to sign a consent form to donate her babies’ tissue despite her protests.
I said I didn’t want to sign it (the fetal tissue donation consent form) and they said I had to or I couldn’t have the abortion. I didn’t want my baby to be used for scientific research and I was told, “Don’t worry, it’s not a baby.” I told her I had two daughters already and I knew what a baby was. She said, “We don’t think it’s a baby.”
I had changed my mind. I was looking for a way out of going through with the abortion, so I thought about just not signing the (fetal tissue donation) consent form. But the Planned Parenthood Staffer told me “what you think of as a ‘baby’ will be used for something good.” So I signed the form. I was on the table, but wanted to leave and I was pushed back down. They said it was too late to change my mind.
And as if that wasn’t horrific enough, Nancy goes on to explain that following her abortion, they picked apart her babies’ organs right in front of her.
The cramping was horrible… After the machine was finally turned off, the doctor took the jar and right in front of me, he dumped the contents onto a tray and started looking for the pieces… “I can’t find all the parts. How pregnant were you?” He yelled at me! “If you get an infection it’s not my fault.” Then he turned the machine back on and vacuumed some more. That was worse than the first time.
When I left, I stopped at the desk and asked for my tissue donation consent form back because I wanted to rip it up. They told me, “It’s too late, we don’t have it anymore.”
Stories like Nancy’s are absolutely gut-wrenching, but is it that surprising that an entity that murders more than 900 babies a day would also disrespect the right’s of the children’s mothers as well?
Thankfully, thousands of Americans are speaking out on behalf of the women and children whose voices Planned Parenthood tries to silence everyday. This weekend,thousands gathered at over 300 Planned Parenthood clinics to stand for life. Organizers are saying it is the largest protest day in the history of the pro-life movement.
As the mother of a 10-month old little boy, I was excited to be able to attend one of the gatherings with my husband and son. Just over a year ago, we were watching my 20-week-old son kick within my womb on an ultrasound screen. Now we get to hold him in our arms as we fight for the rights of other children to live at peace within their mother’s wombs as well. We joined with hundreds of our neighbors from all walks of life to pray for the lives that are quite literally being ripped apart within the walls of the clinic.
As young parents, my husband and I are proudly part of the pro-life generation. We pray that by the time our son is an adult, the Culture of Death will be defeated—that our society will no longer allow the abortion industry to murder our most vulnerable andprofit off the desecration of their tiny bodies!
At the ACLJ, we remain committed to the right to life for all human beings – no matter how small! We currently represent one of the board members of The Center for Medical Progress in federal court, and we will continue to stand up for all life in federal courts, state courts, on Capitol Hill, and around the world.
Palmer Williams is Associate Counsel with the ACLJ, focusing on government affairs, sanctity of life, and international law. Prior to joining the ACLJ, Palmer worked as the Pro Bono Coordinator for the Tennessee Supreme Court and then in the field of international adoption and orphan care. Palmer earned her Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt Law School and her B.A. in Political Science & Community Development from Vanderbilt University.
Used with the permission of the American Center for Law and Justice.