What do contract negotiations for baby part sales, Kermit Gosnell, and ripped open baby abdomens all have in common? They are all results of the Big Abortion business in a post-Roe United States.
The largest abortion provider in the U.S. (and in the world) is Planned Parenthood. Estimates have the abortion giant raking in over $150 million in annual abortion revenue from the over 300,000 abortions they commit each year. They have built an empire off of the mothers they prey upon and their aborted babies. In fact, their empire is so vast, and so politically well-connected, that many thought they were untouchable.
But then the undercover videos happened.
If there's anything these videos recorded by The Center for Medical Progress have taught us, it's that women can't trust Planned Parenthood. Why? It's quite simple really:
Big Abortion and the baby part selling business, of which Planned Parenthood is king, do not want you to keep your baby, and they will do whatever it takes to make sure that doesn't happen.
The ninth undercover video recorded by the Center for Medical Progress gives further insight into the reality that when a pregnant woman walks into a Planned Parenthood clinic, all the clinic sees is dollar signs.
The only good baby when it comes to the baby-part-selling business is a dead baby. No dead baby equals no baby parts, which equals no money for baby part buyers like StemExpress and Advanced BioScience Resources, or for the providers of dead baby parts (aka abortion clinics like Planned Parenthood).
In the sixth video, testimony from whistleblower Holly O'Donnell revealed that pregnant women who enter a Planned Parenthood that harvests baby body parts aren't treated like patients—they are treated like incubators carrying a bunch of parts that are only valued for how much money they are worth:
“I’m not going to tell a girl to kill her baby so I can get money…and that’s what this company does. Straight up. That’s what this company does.”
This mindset of viewing women as incubators also drastically affects the care that women receive. If Big Abortion and the baby part selling business really cared about women's health, they wouldn't pressure women into abortion, or value them for their dilation capabilities to provide intact aborted babies. And we certainly wouldn't hear stories of Planned Parenthood affiliates committing abortions on abused underage girls and then handing them back to their rapists (such as what happened in Colorado and Alabama).
Big Abortion singlehandedly funds the baby part selling business. Pregnant women and their unborn babies are simply a means to an end, especially at Planned Parenthood. Case in point:
- In 2014, for every 175 pregnant women that entered Planned Parenthood, only one chose adoption, while 174 chose an abortion.
- Women with an unplanned pregnancy are 38 times more likely to choose abortion if they go to Planned Parenthood for advice.
Planned Parenthood isn't at the center of the baby part selling business by accident. They've been doing this for a long time. Abortion rates may be falling in the United States, but the number of abortions Planned Parenthood commits each year continues to increase. Why do you suppose that is?
Planned Parenthood claims to be "the most trusted women’s health care provider in this country," but these videos show otherwise. Women have better, safer, and more humane choices than Planned Parenthood, and it's time to make sure they know it.
The reality is that our federal abortion laws are stuck in the past. So, it makes sense that Mississippi would want its state law to reflect our modern scientific knowledge.
While claiming to protect women’s health, this legislation fails to acknowledge the physical and mental toll abortion has on women—to say nothing of the unborn female lives being aborted.