World Somehow Shocked After Sting Operation Reveals Corporation Widely Known For Murdering Helpless Babies Involved In Unethical Practices

July 17, 2015 by  
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Days after a sting operation caught on video showed a top Planned Parenthood official casually discussing the shipment of aborted fetus body parts to research labs around the country, many in the world are still somehow shocked that a corporation that makes hundreds of millions of dollars for dismembering helpless babies and scaring vulnerable girls has been involved in unethical practices.

“Well I think there’s been a kind of misrepresentation of the conversation that took place in the transcript in the conversation in the video that they have,” House Minority Leader said. “I believe it’s very clear that Planned Parenthood organization does not engage in fetal organ trafficking. That would be unethical and immoral. Planned Parenthood has a moral right to dismember babies, but they do not have the right to traffic them. I think that’s a point made pretty clear in the teachings of the Church fathers.”

The Planned Parenthood President issued a statement yesterday saying, “Our top priority is the compassionate care that we provide while killing babies after scaring the living crap out of their vulnerable mothers. In the video, one of our staff members speaks in a way that does not reflect that compassion. She’s correct in everything she says, but her tone was incorrect. I personally apologize for that. On a side note, how are people shocked right now? Seriously, what could lead anyone to believe we’d not do something like this?

  • Sherada Marie Collins

    This has been going on for years.

  • Phil

    This is the least satirical thing EOTT has ever posted.

    • CWD

      Intentionally so, I believe. The (justified) outrage is palpable. In a world that had not gone completely mad, this could be a serious story in a legitimate news source.

      • JR

        Wait a sec. How can they sell “parts” of what they and the media told us were just “blobs of protoplasm”?

      • cececole

        Pffft not this could be a serious story in mainstream media it SHOULD be a story in mainstream media. You sure got the world gone mad part right.

  • this is gold.

  • Mbukukanyau

    I am numb

  • wiffle

    Thanks for this EOTT. I’ve never understood why the media gets shocked over it what it does. They make their money killing — why in the world would you expect them to be ethical about anything? The only shock is that it’s taken this long for it to get on camera somehow.

    • samton909

      The only shock is that the media never uncover such things.

  • David W

    An article worth sharing. Unfortunately I had to chop up the title to share it on Twitter with the 140 character limit

  • I pretty much wrote the same thing at my blog a couple days ago:
    I am surprised other people are surprised at Planned Parenthood’s unethical practices.

    • samton909

      I am surprised that you are surprised that other people are surprised.

  • sixlittlerabbits

    The PP doctor in the video has been compared rightly to Hitler’s Dr. Mengele, and that’s NOT satire, this bunny notes while shedding huge tears at the slaughter of unborn humans for profit by PP.

  • ithakavi

    There is nothing humorous that can be said.

    It is time that the Bishops enforced Canon Law and refuse the Eucharist to politicians and judges who support abortion and homosexual marriage. Nancy Pelosi and Anthony Kennedy should be on the short list. And while they are at that, they should enforce Ex Corde Ecclesiae and order nominally Catholic universities to remove the word ‘Catholic’ from their names and literature. Fordham, where the Chairman of the Theology Department just ‘married’ another man, should be first on the list. Georgetown should be right behind. This is a time in which moral clarity must be demonstrated – Pope Francis’ call to ‘charity’ notwithstanding.

    • Mike Dross

      They won’t invoke that until someone does something that really crosses the line.

      • ithakavi

        If the line has not yet been crossed there is no line. Cardinal Burke would do it – which is why he’s been given a purely ceremonial position.

      • Salted Slug

        In all honesty, I don’t know what that hypothetical line would look like anymore…if it still exists, it appears to be hidden under a four-lane highway funded by my tax dollars.

    • Maggie

      Our bishops? Get real. After all, the killing of the unborn is the ‘law of the land’ just like sodomy. Ask a Cardinal and he will tell you.

      • ithakavi

        Our cardinals have become politicians. If there was any spine in them they would excommunicate Anthony Kennedy and Nancy Pelosi. There was a time that the Church had cojones and would stand up to Emperors and Kings. Now they won’t stand up to anyone but orthodox Catholics and people who work for a living.

  • Matthews Otalike

    I thought it’s no surprise that PPF is dealing on baby parts. It’s no surprise too that a congress person could boldly retort that “Planned Parenthood has a moral right to dismember babies”. What a shame! The right in my view is legal and not moral because morality does not come to play in “murdering” the unborn which is “dismembering”. In relativistic belief systems why recourse to talk of morality. If PPF was legally empowered to dismember babies and what the organization does is not checked, of course unethical practices won’t be far fetched I thought. Even at that Congressmen are only skirting around the truth by defending PPF’s supposed ethical practice.

  • Barrysullivan1

    At the Nuremburg trials Dr. Mengele stated he was appalled at the air pollution that was created by burning all these globs of tissue needlessly. Therefore, he
    decided to experiment on these “blobs” before they were terminated and burned
    so it was not in vain. Nancy Pelosi vigorously defended him stating during his trial , “This is just a right wing conspiracy to make choice illegal.”

  • ithakavi

    Linking PP and ‘ethical practices’ in the same sentence creates an internal fallacy.

  • Maggie

    Yeah, as a spokesperson for ‘planned barrenhood’, I am mad as hell that someone twisted the words of our compassionate, respected ‘doctors’ in a deliberate sting operation! We will have some of our allies have them investigated! We will not stand for those pious religious types who harass our victims to have the upper hand here! Why would we be paid enormous blood money salaries if the govt. were not on our side? After all the ‘law of the land’ makes the killing of the unborn perfectly legal. Did I mention safe and rare? Oh, well, those kind of went by the wayside but anyway, we are LEGAL! Besides that, what are lies when you are in the business of murder? Also besides, the pres. and others support us, so there!

  • Salted Slug

    Hard to be witty here…the release of the 3rd undercover video today almost made me vomit, literally.

    Please excuse my naivete, but in all earnestness I don’t understand how any “non-profit” is allowed to take $500M in public funds annually, and then donate some of those same funds to support election campaigns. And how much “padding” is in the annual PP funding budget so that they can “afford” to donate to political campaigns? And, do those same politicians vote to approve the next funding budget?

    (Isn’t this known in other circles as money laundering?)

    Seems to me the reluctance of some politicians to defund PP isn’t due to a grave and deeply disordered conviction about a woman’s “right” to eliminate “products of conception”, but something even more base…our elected officials having absolutely no convictions at all except to prevent their own political “defunding”.

    Our Lady of La Leche, please pray for us.

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  • pat

    Well, the pope thinks we obsess about abortion too much, especially here in America. You don’t see him getting all upset about it, so why should anyone else. After all, a person can believe whatever they want, right? If all the pro-life Catholics just decided to accompany PPF instead of judging them…