By: Bob Trent
Many states in America have laws on the books that require abortion businesses, like Planned Parenthood, to dispose of aborted babies’ bodies in a humane manner.
Considering what we know about Planned Parenthood, we shouldn't be surprised that laws are needed to ensure that the abortion giant treats the remains of the precious 800 babies it kills every day with respect. Nor should we be surprised when they break these laws.
Ohio state Attorney General Mike Dewine today released results of a Planned Parenthood investigation that found “that aborted fetuses are ultimately disposed of in landfill sites – apparently intermingled with other common residential and commercial trash.” He cites Ohio Administrative Code 3701-47-05, which mandates that a “fetus shall be disposed of in a humane manner.”
But this inhumane practice is not limited to Ohio.
In October, South Carolina fined a Planned Parenthood affiliate for sending their victims’ remains to the local dump. At about the same time, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards announced her organization would no longer accept money for the body parts of aborted babies.
Or is it possible that Planned Parenthood values life so little – even less now that these aborted remains are no longer treasures that they can make money off of – that throwing them into a landfill is no different than taking out the trash at the end of the day?
Unborn children are neither your trash nor your treasure, Planned Parenthood. They are human beings.
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