Planned Parenthood faces major charges after undercover video exposes them again

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Planned Parenthood is no stranger to being exposed for its controversial business practices.

The anti-life advocacy group has pushed the envelope on what is ethical since the very beginning.

And now Planned Parenthood is facing major charges after an undercover video exposed them again.

Planned Parenthood has a history of being exposed in undercover videos

In 2015, Planned Parenthood was exposed in a major way when a senior executive appeared in an undercover video discussing the sale of body parts from aborted babies. 

The video showed Mary Getter negotiating the price of body parts when she said that it had been “years” since she discussed compensation.

“Let me just figure out what others are getting and if this is in the ballpark, then it’s fine, if it’s still low, then we can bump it up,” Getter said.

The video ended with Getter saying that the one thing that she wants is a “Lamborghini.” 

This was the second video that year that exposed the group for selling the body parts of aborted children. 

Both videos were taken by The Center for Medical Progress, a group that fights hard to protect the Right to Life. 

These videos should have been the death knell for Planned Parenthood—but years later no one has ever done anything about them.

Planned Parenthood admits to helping kids cross state lines for abortion “every day”

At the end of last year, Project Veritas released new video footage from inside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Kansas City, Missouri. 

In the video, an employee of Planned Parenthood admitted to helping teen mothers get abortions without their parents’ consent. 

An undercover reporter for Project Veritas told Lashuana, the managing director of the Kansas City clinic, that he wanted to help a 13-year-old get an abortion without letting her parents know. 

“We never tell the parents anything. She’s an adult in our clinics,” said Lashuana. 

The conversation turned to the fact that abortions weren’t available in Missouri and how the undercover journalist could get the young girl to Kansas where it was possible. 

Lashuana assured the journalist that they help transport kids across state lines “every day.”

Now someone is finally going after Planned Parenthood for this outrageous admission.

Video “establishes a pattern of behavior, a history of lawlessness”

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has filed a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood for trafficking minors across state lines for abortions. 

Calling the group a “lawless cult of death” the Attorney General said that his office is “not going to let this go.”

Bailey says that Planned Parenthood “should no longer be allowed to operate in the state of Missouri” adding that they “will continue to pursue them using every available resource…”

In a statement to the Christian Post, Bailey explained that the video “establishes a pattern of behavior, a history of lawlessness.” 

“At this point, I am convinced, and I think the evidence establishes, that Planned Parenthood is more committed to the destruction of human life than they are to the health and safety of women,” Baily said.

The lawsuit seeks to put an end to the action of helping facilitate interstate travel for abortions. 

But it could have much wider implications. 

Bailey wants to strip state funding from the organization entirely.

“Why would we pay for an organization that’s conspiring to violate state law?” Bailey asks.

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