The Center for Medical Progress has released a fourth video exposing more of Planned Parenthood’s organ trafficking scheme. In the video, Planned Parenthood employees are seen showing off the quality of the organs they get from each baby, and a doctor explains how they would cover up the scheme if it ever became public knowledge.
In the beginning of the video, CMP investigators posing as undercover “organ buyers” have a conversation with Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains VP & Medical Director Savita Ginde.
“Usually you can see the whole brain come out,” Ginde says as she describes the procedure.
The doctor also admits that in order to extract organs to sell, they would have to evaluate their current abortive process, and make alterations in order to get intact organs.
“We’d kind of have to see the baseline of how things are getting extracted now, and then see if we could do any more work with them to maybe be a little more gentle,” Ginde said.
She then discusses how Planned Parenthood would spin their actions if their organ-for-compensation scheme came out. She explains that all the Planned Parenthood locations have to communicate with each other and all be on the same page, so if one gets in any trouble, they can corroborate their stories: “We have to make sure we’re all saying the same thing, and that the CEO’s are all saying the same thing… We don’t want to get called, you know, on selling fetal parts across states.”
Towards the end of the video, the cameras get inside the abortion clinic’s pathological laboratory. Medical assistants are heard and seen cracking skulls, and extracting brains.
“Here’s some organs for you,” a Planned Parenthood employee said. “Here’s a stomach, kidney, heart.”
A medical assistant exclaims: “And another boy!”
Late last night, Los Angeles Superior Court issued a temporary restraining order against CMP, which blocks them from showing video footage obtained during a May lunch attended by three StemExpress officials.
For the past three weeks, CMP has followed an almost predictable pattern of releasing their videos on Tuesday mornings. But perhaps the court ruling had something to do with the videos’ Thursday morning release.
Warning: The embedded video has some graphic footage after the 8:40 mark.