Here we go again… three more videos from Live Action were released today, showing Planned Parenthood clinics willing to assist a “pimp” and his underage prostitutes with contraception and abortion services.
The story is the same as it was in the last two videos from Perth Amboy, New Jersey and Richmond, Virginia: a Live Action cameraman poses as a pimp, and clearly explains he wants help managing an illegal operation that includes girls 14 years old and younger, some of whom are illegal aliens.
The “pimp” gets no grief from the Planned Parenthood employees, who are enthusiastically willing to help him evade legal requirements. A staffer in Falls Church tells the pimp he only needs a photo ID to obtain abortions for underage foreign girls. In Charlottesville, a staffer assures him that “anybody here can help you out” and “everything here is confidential.”
Here’s the complete Roanoke video:
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Here is the Falls Church video:
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And here is Charlottesville:
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YouTube had been threatening to pull down Live Action’s videos, ostensibly because the Planned Parenthood logo appears in them. After receiving a testy letter from Live Action’s attorneys, YouTube decided to leave them up. The videos released thus far are closing in on a quarter-million viewings.
Live Action president Lila Rose swatted down the flimsy cobweb of excuses spun by Planned Parenthood, saying “the only acceptable response to encountering a self-identified sex trafficker of underage girls is zero tolerance. The only professional response is to immediately call law enforcement to the scene and push for an arrest.” Telling the “pimp” to get lost, instead of spending half an hour describing all the services Planned Parenthood would be happy to provide him, would have been nice too.
Back in New Jersey, in the wake of the first Live Action video from Perth Amboy, Governor Chris Christie has vetoed an attempt to restore Planned Parenthood funding from his state.
Over at Red State, Erick Erickson has been following the saga of the missing Centers for Disease Control annual report on abortion, which the CDC suddenly decided not to publish for the first time in 40 years. The prospects of publication have now been upgraded from “never” to “maybe later this month.” The delay in publication was blamed on missing population data, a desire for pinpoint accuracy, and global warming.
Fifty three million lives have been snuffed out at abortion clinics around our nation since 1973, and it is time that we put an end to these murders. Last week was the thirty-eight year anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, and as a result we are reminded of the outrageous numbers of abortions occurring in the United States every year.
Planned Parenthood is a nationwide organization that supports and funds abortion clinics and operates on a billion dollar budget- and nearly a third of those funds come from the federal government! Your taxpayer dollars are being spent to pay for other people’s abortions and we must defund them right now.
I hope that you will join me today by signing my petition to defund Planned Parenthood. After signing,please make a donation of $25 or more to Michele PAC so that I can reach out to other like-minded conservatives who agree that abortion is a crime and must be stopped immediately.
Planned Parenthood recently mandated all of its affiliates to operate at least one abortion center. An organization that disvalues life so blatantly must never receive a taxpayer penny. We must defund them today!
During my two previous terms in the House of Representatives I’m proud to boast a 100% pro-life voting record. Now in my third term in Congress, I will continue fighting for life, and I will do everything in my capacity in the House of Representatives to put abortions back on the decline.
Children are miracles, and it is our job to protect the unborn. Human life is ended each time an abortion occurs, but we can change this. Please sign my petition today to state that you stand with me to defund Planned Parenthood.
I have great hope in the new Congress that was sworn in earlier this month. Within the 112th is a prominent bloc of solid pro-life representatives. Work has already begun to bring value back to human life, at all stages, but we must work harder. Please let me know that you stand with me today.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann
P.S. Defunding Planned Parenthood will not only save our federal government hundreds of millions of dollars but it is also the moral thing to do. Please show your support to defund Planned Parenthood by signing my petition today.
New Jersey Gov. Christie Vetoes Planned Parenthood Funding Bill
Following the release of a video that has received nationwide attention showing Planned Parenthood staff at a New Jersey abortion center helping alleged sexual traffickers cover up their crimes with abortions and STD testing, Governor Chris Christie has vetoed a bill funding Planned Parenthood.
A new undercover video shows Planned Parenthood officials in New Jersey telling a pimp and his prostitute assistant how they can get abortions for young teenage girls who, Planned Parenthood officials are informed, are Asians in the country illegally and forced into the sex trade. The staffer was later firedfor her actions.
The Perth Amboy abortion center where the video is filmed is the second-largest Planned Parenthood center operated by Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey and the abortion business plans to double its number of abortion centers in the state.
Christie has already yanked state taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood but the state legislaturesent him a bill to restore the taxpayer funds.
Marie Tasy, Executive Director for New Jersey Right to Life, applauded the veto in an email to LifeNews.com.
“We thank Governor Christie for vetoing this bill. A3273/S2393 would have forced taxpayers to support the activities and expansion of an organization that was caught on tape aiding and abetting in the sex trafficking and abortions of minors as young as 14. In vetoing this bill, Governor Christie has ensured that NJ taxpayers will not be complicit in the sexual abuse and exploitation of poor women and minors under the pretense of ‘women’s health,’” she said.
“Over the last year, several New Jersey lawmakers endorsed by Planned Parenthood have continued to defy the Governor and push legislation to use taxpayer money to fund these clinics,” she said. “Using buzz words and phrases like ‘gender equity’ and ‘poor women’s access to health care,’ these lawmakers have invoked ‘mothers, daughters, wives, sisters and friends who may one day find themselves without health care’ to try to obtain support for their misguided attempts to fund Planned Parenthood.”
“After viewing this video, we ask, who in their right mind would trust their mother, wife, sister, friend and especially their minor daughter to Planned Parenthood?” she added.
Family research Council President Tony Perkins also praised Christie:
“As the unethical and illegal activities of Planned Parenthood continue to be exposed, the pressure will build not only here in Washington but in states across the nation to end taxpayer subsidies to the nation’s largest abortion organization. Undercover sting operations in New Jersey and around the country demonstrate Planned Parenthood’s willingness to cover-up sexual abuse and even exploit victims of child prostitution,” he said. “I commend Governor Chris Christie for refusing to underwrite the apparent criminal behavior of Planned Parenthood. His commitment to both human dignity and fiscal responsibility deserve high praise.”
The bill would have restored the family planning funds his administration cut from the state budget because of deep economic troubles. The money flows in part to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business.
The funds go to 58 family planning clinics but Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion chain, runs 29 of the facilities.
Although the tax money doesn’t directly fund abortions, Christie thinks there’s little reason to send the abortion centers $7.5 million when the state currently faces an $11 billion deficit.
As of June, Christie had been resolute in his decision to cut the funds.
“I don’t believe that is a priority in a budget where you have to cut $11 billion,” the governor said. “I believe that women have the opportunity to access health care all across New Jersey. Family planning has nothing to do with mammograms, and don’t put the two of them together.”
Christie headlined a pro-life rally marking the recent anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that allowed virtually unlimited abortions.
Contact Governor Christie at http://www.nj.gov/nj/feedback.html to thank him for the veto.