Well… they say it’s from unviable tissue but that really depends on the law in the state where Preventing Parenthood’s abortion clinics do, ahem, business. Some such laws do not restrict abortions to non-viable fetuses.
Indeed,the Baby Chop Shop gets much better prices the closer to birth the aborted infant is, because the organs are more mature. PP’s profits already are in jeopardy as advances in medical technology keep pushing fetal viability back into the second trimester when the organs are still immature.
And you can bet PP is quietly lobbying against a new move in Congress to outlaw all abortions after 21 weeks—as Texas law already does.
UPDATE: “O’Donnell said she worked for six months identifying pregnant women at Planned Parenthood who met the standards for fetal tissue orders and then helped to harvest fetal body parts after abortions at Planned Parenthood facilities,” in yet another video.
MORE: Harry Reid doubles down. Who else? You know, that Nevada pol who got rich off, wait for it, “public service.”
The cartoonist ought to have added the nincompoop Barry assigned to run the Defense Department since it (allegedly) controls the National Security Agency and the CIA which are running the domestic spy ops on all of us in the name of fighting terrorism. Worked so well in Boston and Fort Hood, didn’t it.
“Knowing in my heart that President Obama has all the integrity of a Maitre D’, I figured that Americans would get the responsible service in this regard that they paid for, which for most of us is a contemptible near-zero amount.”
As J.D. Allen reminds, it’s not a question of whether the spying feds (and their undoubted director Wormtongue) have time to look at billions of emails and phone records. Of course they don’t.
Rather, it’s about when they decide, for whatever reason (and they get to pick the reason) to look at our individual emails and phone records. That’s when you’ll know (too late) that you’ve been chosen to play the “rule of law” game. A game they almost always win, even if you can afford to turn over a major part of your assets (such as selling your home) to pay a defense lawyer.