abortion, human trafficking, infanticide, late-term abortion, Planned Parenthood, pro-life movement
A further article from Denny Burk on the Planned Parenthood scandal (his previous articles on the subject are well worth reading):
Planned Parenthood’s problems have to do with facts that are not in dispute
I watched a good bit of the testimony that Cecile Richards offered to Congress yesterday, but I suspect that most Americans did not. Most Americans will view news reports about the hearings if they hear anything at all. That means that most Americans are going to be woefully under-informed about what happened yesterday. So let me give you the bottom line about what came out in the hearings.
1. Planned Parenthood harvests organs from aborted babies and gives those organs to researchers in exchange for money. Planned Parenthood disputes the claim that they “profit” from this exchange, but they do not dispute that the exchange happens. They provide the baby parts, and the researchers (or middle men) give them money for the parts. That is the bottom line confirmed again by yesterday’s hearings, and no one disputes those facts.
2. Planned Parenthood’s revenues exceed their expenses by $127 million dollars.
Read the rest of the article here.
Other articles by Denny Burk on this issue: