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Undercover CMP Planned Parenthood Video Reveals the Monsters Among Us

In another undercover video from investigators at the Center for Medical Progress, attendees at the 2014 and 2015 National Abortion Federation conventions can be seen and heard describing abortion procedures in a way that makes one wonder if these people are entirely soulless.

It should be noted that the video has been removed by YouTube, and that removal has turned into a controversy in itself. However, for those with even a shred of humanity, the only controversy that matters is the one arising from what abortion industry providers say on the video.

Despite the video’s removal from YouTube, most of it is still viewable in select online locations, including over at the website for the group Live Action.


Here are a couple of excerpts from the video, in case you just can’t stand to listen to supposed human beings actually saying these things.

From Ann Schutt-Aine, director of abortion services, Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast:

“If I’m doing a procedure, and I’m seeing that I’m in fear that it’s about to come to the umbilicus (navel), I might ask for a second set of forceps to hold the body at the cervix, and pull off a leg or two, so it’s not PBA (partial-birth abortion).”

From Uta Landy, founder of Consortium of Abortion Providers (CAPS), first executive director of NAF:

“An eyeball just fell down into my lap, and that is gross!” (It should be noted that Landy’s comments were followed by laughter from the audience.)

Monstrous. Seriously, what else can you call it?

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large