Planned Parenthood accused of selling aborted human remains

Surprised baby, Dad
Surprised baby, Dad

Is Planned Parenthood selling “medical waste” or “fetal remains”? Either way, you can’t get away from what is really happening… baby human parts and pieces are being sold. Could Planned Parenthood stoop any lower? Let’s not issue the challenge…

The ugly business of abortion became even more abhorrent this week as a 30-month undercover operation revealed that Planned Parenthood’s heavily federally subsidized, billion-dollar-plus-a-year corporation seems also to be generating revenue by harvesting and selling body parts such as hearts, livers, lungs, and muscle tissue of aborted infants. The question becomes whether that is a crime. The answer under current federal law, one might say, depends on the definition of “valuable consideration” — because profiting from the sale of human remains is illegal.

And now comes the question… is this even legal? They’ll be arguing the definition of “valuable consideration” for a while. I guess it’ll all come down to how much they’re actually selling these babies for. (I can’t even believe I just typed that!)

Read the full article here at NationalReview. H/T Shayn Roby.

Photo credit Gonzalo Merat

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