The following article, Planned Parenthood Launches Tool on Their Website That Helps 13-Year-Olds Get Abortions, was first published on Big League Politics.
Planned Parenthood has launched an “Abortion Care Finder” feature on their official website that gives children instructions on how to receive abortions.
“View nearby Planned Parenthood health centers that provide abortion care and get the information you need to schedule an appointment,” the website explains.
Townhall editor Timothy Meads tested the software to see if Planned Parenthood placed any limitations on it. He put in the age as 13, and listed the last period as Aug. 1, 2019. This would have theoretically put the pregnancy at 15 weeks.
According to BabyList.com, this is the status of the fetus at that stage of the pregnancy:
At 15 weeks pregnant, you may not be able to feel it yet, but your baby is moving around in there. Here’s more about your baby this week.
- Working joints: Your baby can move all their joints and is practicing moving around in there.
- Translucent skin: If you could see a picture of your baby, you’d see that their skin is thin and see-through. Later on, they’ll pack on some baby fat, which will make it more opaque.
- Seeing light: Your 15 week fetus is able to sense light, even though their teeny eyes are still closed. (Pretty cool, huh?) If someone shines a flashlight on your belly, your baby will probably move away from the beam.
The website immediately recommended the nearest place that the 13-year-old girl could get the abortion, and gave no information about the necessity of parental consent or the viability of the baby.
Despite their frequent denials, Planned Parenthood has a clear monetary incentive to promote abortions. Recent findings in a case involving bio tech firm StemExpress show how the fetal tissue trafficking industry is booming:
The founder and CEO of biotech firm StemExpress gave shocking testimony last week when she admitted that her company provides intact heads and beating hearts harvested from fetuses to medical researchers.
The CEO admitted in court that a baby’s head could either be acquired attached to the baby’s body or “could be torn away” depending on the situation.
“That is an especially gruesome admission, but it begs the question: how did they get these fully intact human children?” asks lawyer Peter Breen, who is representing activists from the Center for Medical Progress.
Breen stated in court that Stanford University studies have used Langendorff perfusion, a technique requiring a beating heart. He asked the StemExpress CEO if her company had supplied Stanford with this tissue.
“Does StemExpress supply fetal hearts to Stanford?” Breen asked.
“Yes, we have provided heart tissue to Stanford,” she responded after being instructed by Judge Christopher Hite to give a straight answer.
Activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt recorded individuals from the abortion industry boasting about their lucrative fetal trafficking operation, and released the information in a series of videos. For their ground-breaking journalistic work, they are being prosecuted for violating the privacy of the offenders they exposed.
The gruesome nature of the abortion industry is being revealed, and the butchers of Planned Parenthood are the prime drivers of this Mengelean reality that Roe v. Wade has given us.
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