Planned Parenthood Fires Employee for Coaching a Sex-Selection Abortion

Paul Pauker
Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion mill, fired an employee who encouraged and coached a woman to get a sex-selection abortion that targeted a baby girl. 

In an investigative video released by Live Action, the Planned Parenthood employee smiles and laughs while counseling the woman on how to identify if her baby is a girl and how to conceal her intention of keeping the baby only if it's a boy and aborting if it's a girl.  

The Planned Parenthood employee says that the baby's sex can usually be detected at five months, and encourages the woman to wait, obtain a Medicaid-funded ultrasound, and then have a late-term abortion if the baby is a girl. 

But Planned Parenthood admitted to the abortion-friendly Huffington Post that they will not "deny a woman an abortion based on her reasons for wanting one, except in those states that explicitly prohibit sex-selective abortions (Arizona, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Illinois)."

The House is considering a bill to ban sex-selective abortions.

Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion mill, fired an employee who encouraged and coached a woman to get a sex-selection abortion that targeted a baby girl. 

In an investigative video released by Live Action, the Planned Parenthood employee smiles and laughs while counseling the woman on how to identify if her baby is a girl and how to conceal her intention of keeping the baby only if it's a boy and aborting if it's a girl.  

The Planned Parenthood employee says that the baby's sex can usually be detected at five months, and encourages the woman to wait, obtain a Medicaid-funded ultrasound, and then have a late-term abortion if the baby is a girl. 

But Planned Parenthood admitted to the abortion-friendly Huffington Post that they will not "deny a woman an abortion based on her reasons for wanting one, except in those states that explicitly prohibit sex-selective abortions (Arizona, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Illinois)."

The House is considering a bill to ban sex-selective abortions.