Posted by life dynamics on July 14, 2015
2016 presidential hopeful and the only GOP female contender in the race, Carly Fiorina, has spoken out against Planned Parenthood selling aborted baby parts.
In post on her Facebook page, Fiorina writes, “I am proudly pro-life. I believe that every human life has potential and that every human life is precious. This latest news is tragic and outrageous. This isn’t about “choice.” It’s about profiting on the death of the unborn while telling women it’s about empowerment.”
The video uploaded by the group showed a Planned Parenthood doctor who believed that she was at a business lunch with buyers from a human biologics company. Instead, she was speaking openly with investigative “actors” from the Center for Medical Progress.
The conversation detailed pricing as well as how the abortion giant would extract fetal body parts including hearts, lungs, and livers among others.
The shocking three year undercover investigation, dubbed the “Human Capital Project”, was conducted by the The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) and directed by CMP project lead David Daleiden who says he much more to release.
Of course, rather than being outraged as most Americans are with selling aborted baby parts, one abortion advocate on Carly’s page posted this:
The statement was quickly rebuffed by pro-lifers:
Meanwhile, Dr. Russell Moore who is the Dean of the School of Theology and Senior Vice-President for Academic Administration at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary claims that Facebook blocked his post about the grisly operation.
He then sent out this message, “Dear @Facebook, what is “abusive” about protesting Planned Parenthood’s human trafficking?”
Facebook has now permitted Dr. Moore’s article.
On his blog, detailing his shock at the video and what it detailed, Dr. Moore wrote this, “For years, many of us have called on government leaders to see to it that no taxpayer funds, of any kind, go to Planned Parenthood. Is it not clear that these are not health-care providers but pirates and grave-robbers of those who have no graves? The Department of Justice and the United States Congress should undertake a thorough investigation of this.”