'Another boy!' Planned Parenthood Medical Assistant picks through body parts

The Center for Medical Progress has released their fourth undercover Planned Parenthood (PP) video. (Please note that the second half of the video is extraordinarily graphic.)

The video begins with Dr. Savita Ginde, Vice President and Medical Director for Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains, speaking with the “buyers.” The conversation addresses various considerations for PP partnerships with procurement companies, including the umbrella under which such arrangements would fall (“research” or a “business” venture), fees and legal concerns.

They also talk about techniques used during abortions that might increase the chance of getting an “intact” fetus. Ginde notes that it’s all about “how things are getting extracted.” Ginde says they might be able to use techniques that would be more “gentle.” One has to appreciate the sick irony of anyone who calls themselves a physician being concerned with the gentility of how they destroy a living, thriving, growing baby in the womb.

As to the gentle extraction, the abortion industry has a lexicon unto itself in order to sterilize and medicalize what they are doing. This language minimizes a woman’s ability to give informed consent and it distorts core truths about abortion in the public debate. And so unborn, developing babies in the womb become “tissue,” “waste,” “material,” and “it.” The word “abortion” is rarely-if-ever used as it is replaced with words like “procedure,” “suction,” “extraction,” and “D&E” (dilation and evacuation), among countless examples.

The video moves from the doctor’s office to the lab where the bloody body parts and organs of aborted babies are spread out on clear glass pie plates lit from below. The Medical Assistant (MA) sifts through the parts of this once living baby with tweezers.

A cracking sound is heard – pieces of the baby’s skull. The brain from this baby has been destroyed, “blasted out with water,” but the doctor says that with “2nd tris” they often don’t need to use water: “…it’s so big you can put your hand in there and pick up the parts.”

The MA mumbles that she wants to find a leg. She then identifies a foot. She is matter of fact.

Hearing the MA identify these parts, Ginde quietly says, “It’s a baby.”

At that point I had to stop the video because the twisted nature of what is being revealed is a shock to the mind. It is so inhuman and grotesque it takes one’s breath away.

Resuming.

The doctor, the MA, and the “buyer” all observe the contents in the pie plate, joking around about various organs they see. Coming across an intact kidney the doctor determines it’s “good to go” as the MA exclaims, “Five stars!”

The sifting continues. The doctor is curious as to any usefulness the brain might have. Before the “buyer” can answer her question, she eagerly asks, “Do people do stuff with eyeballs?” as an eyeball of a tiny baby is pushed around on the plate.

The doctor and the MA continue to huddle over the plate, noting there are lots of organs available, identifying several by name, as Ginde says: “Here’s a stomach, kidney, heart, adrenal. I don’t know what else is in there. Tiny.” The MA says, “I don’t see any legs. Did you see any legs?”

After searching for a few more moments, she finds the legs she was so eagerly looking for and enthusiastically announces: “And another boy!”

I am at a loss for words.

The Center for Medical Progress has released their fourth undercover Planned Parenthood (PP) video. (Please note that the second half of the video is extraordinarily graphic.)

The video begins with Dr. Savita Ginde, Vice President and Medical Director for Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains, speaking with the “buyers.” The conversation addresses various considerations for PP partnerships with procurement companies, including the umbrella under which such arrangements would fall (“research” or a “business” venture), fees and legal concerns.

They also talk about techniques used during abortions that might increase the chance of getting an “intact” fetus. Ginde notes that it’s all about “how things are getting extracted.” Ginde says they might be able to use techniques that would be more “gentle.” One has to appreciate the sick irony of anyone who calls themselves a physician being concerned with the gentility of how they destroy a living, thriving, growing baby in the womb.

As to the gentle extraction, the abortion industry has a lexicon unto itself in order to sterilize and medicalize what they are doing. This language minimizes a woman’s ability to give informed consent and it distorts core truths about abortion in the public debate. And so unborn, developing babies in the womb become “tissue,” “waste,” “material,” and “it.” The word “abortion” is rarely-if-ever used as it is replaced with words like “procedure,” “suction,” “extraction,” and “D&E” (dilation and evacuation), among countless examples.

The video moves from the doctor’s office to the lab where the bloody body parts and organs of aborted babies are spread out on clear glass pie plates lit from below. The Medical Assistant (MA) sifts through the parts of this once living baby with tweezers.

A cracking sound is heard – pieces of the baby’s skull. The brain from this baby has been destroyed, “blasted out with water,” but the doctor says that with “2nd tris” they often don’t need to use water: “…it’s so big you can put your hand in there and pick up the parts.”

The MA mumbles that she wants to find a leg. She then identifies a foot. She is matter of fact.

Hearing the MA identify these parts, Ginde quietly says, “It’s a baby.”

At that point I had to stop the video because the twisted nature of what is being revealed is a shock to the mind. It is so inhuman and grotesque it takes one’s breath away.

Resuming.

The doctor, the MA, and the “buyer” all observe the contents in the pie plate, joking around about various organs they see. Coming across an intact kidney the doctor determines it’s “good to go” as the MA exclaims, “Five stars!”

The sifting continues. The doctor is curious as to any usefulness the brain might have. Before the “buyer” can answer her question, she eagerly asks, “Do people do stuff with eyeballs?” as an eyeball of a tiny baby is pushed around on the plate.

The doctor and the MA continue to huddle over the plate, noting there are lots of organs available, identifying several by name, as Ginde says: “Here’s a stomach, kidney, heart, adrenal. I don’t know what else is in there. Tiny.” The MA says, “I don’t see any legs. Did you see any legs?”

After searching for a few more moments, she finds the legs she was so eagerly looking for and enthusiastically announces: “And another boy!”

I am at a loss for words.