In an effort to discredit the overwhelming evidence against them, Planned Parenthood commissioned an analysis into videos released by Center for Medical Progress. Not surprisingly, the Planned Parenthood-funded analysis found that the videos were not “complete… or accurate.”
After being recorded on video haggling over price for fetal body parts in multiple instances and expressing willingness to alter abortion procedures to obtain them, what else can Planned Parenthood officials do but try their very best (by paying their hand-picked experts) to make damning evidence against the abortion giant appear false?
Even the New York Times admits that Planned Parenthood’s paid reviewers could not determine “the extent to which CMP’s undisclosed edits and cuts distort the meaning of the encounters the videos purport to document.” Several of CMP’s videos, hours in length, show, in context, a great deal of unethical and illegal behavior by Planned Parenthood, which can be viewed here.
In a statement posted to Center for Medical Progress’s website, David Daleiden responded to Planned Parenthood’s false analysis, stating, “[t]he absence of bathroom breaks and waiting periods between meetings does not change the hours of dialogue with top-level Planned Parenthood executives”:
Planned Parenthood’s desperate, 11th-hour attempt to pay their hand-picked “experts” to distract from the crimes documented on video is a complete failure. The absence of bathroom breaks and waiting periods between meetings does not change the hours of dialogue with top-level Planned Parenthood executives eager to manipulate abortion procedures to get high-quality baby parts for financially profitable sale.
While even Planned Parenthood’s “experts” found “no evidence of audio manipulation” in the recordings, it is telling that Planned Parenthood is trying so hard to pretend that their staff did not refer to a dismembered fetus as “a baby” and “another boy.” Planned Parenthood’s abortion providers are far more honest about the brutal reality of their work than the paid political consultants at the national office.
If Planned Parenthood really wants to disprove the now-overwhelming body of evidence that their affiliates traffic in baby body parts, they should release their fetal tissue contracts with the for-profit company StemExpress for law enforcement, Congress, and all the world to see.