There is a new Planned Parenthood exposé video which was published Wednesday on YouTube by The Center for Medical Progress and in this one, we are told by a former StemExpress employee that they don’t always get permission to collect the infant’s parts.
People aren’t that upset apparently at hearing all this so maybe we should pretend these are lion babies and give them names.
Former StemExpress employee, Holly O’Donnell, says the fetal body parts are sometimes obtained without permission. She said they come in and just do it. The supervisors are cold and they don’t care if the girls are “throwing up in a trash can”, they just want their money.
The girls would ask if they should do it but for these people are telling women to kill their babies because they want to get money.
Holly O’Donnell, who appeared in another video by The Center for Medical Progress, was a blood and tissue procurement technician at StemExpress, the company that sells the baby body parts obtained from abortion mill, Planned Parenthood.
“I’m not going to tell a girl to kill her baby so I can get money. And that’s what this company does. Straight up, that’s what this company does.,” Holly said.
She went to the clinics to collect the specimens. The environment in the clinic is “morbid, “you hear screaming,” “you hear crying.” StemExpress supervisors told her that approaching patients in the Planned Parenthood clinic about donating is “not an option, it’s a demand.” It was her job she was told.
“Pregnancy tests are potential pregnancies, therefore potential specimens. So it’s just taking advantage of the opportunities,” Holly said.
David Daleiden, who is in charge of this effort, said in a statement that Planned Parenthood is “not a safe place” where they “can be cared for.” “It’s a harvesting ground for salable human ‘product’.
Our tax dollars are paying for this. Oh well, what difference…at this point…does it make? As long as scientists are happy to have the stolen parts. Maybe they should move on to grave robbing. That would at least by more morally acceptable.