Planned Parenthood, currently engaging in desperate damage control following the release of two damning videos of officials talking about selling body parts of aborted babies, has also notified Congress that it believes undercover journalists have actual footage of clinics carrying out the procedures.
As reported by Life News Planned Parenthood penned a letter to the House Energy and Commerce Committee saying that Chief Medical Director, Deborah Nucatola, who sipped wine while talking about selling foetal tissue, would not be available to answer questions at a briefing.
Within the letter, Planned Parenthood, attempting to get ahead of the scandal, also notifies Congress of what it believes will be released by undercover journalists with The Center for Medical Progress who posed as researchers with a fake pharmaceutical company called Biomax.
“Biomax set up exhibits at our National Medical Conference and our National Conference over the last couple of years.” the letter states.
It continues “We believe that on at least one occasion a representative from Biomax was shown a highly sensitive area in a clinic where tissue is processed after abortion procedures.”
In other words, the CMP may have caught Planned Parenthood harvesting baby body parts on camera.
Planned Parenthood, remarkably, sidesteps any questions of the legality of this process, and accuses CMP of breaking the law.
“While this work is standard and essential during any abortion procedure, any filming in such an area would be an extremely serious invasion of our patients’ privacy and dignity.” the letter states.
Planned Parenthood also accuses the journalists of attempting to paint them up as racists.
“We also believe that in at least one interaction at a Planned Parenthood facility, the Biomax representative asked questions about the racial characteristics of tissue donated to researchers studying sickle cell anemia, apparently seeking to create a misleading impression.” the letter states.
As InfoWars reported Tuesday, Planned Parenthood, with the help of it’s corporate media mouthpiece MSNBC, warned before the release of the second damning video that more footage was coming, with “racially-charged” overtones.
The Life News piece also goes into detail about what else may be coming down the line, noting that undercover reporters were able to infiltrate the abortion industry at its highest levels and gain access to conferences and meetings that require written recommendation from senior officials.
The piece notes that ‘Biomax’ managed to set up exhibition booths at two Planned Parenthood conferences as well as sponsoring events held by the National Abortion Federation and the national association for abortion providers in America.
While Republicans in Congress and several states have called for investigations into Planned Parenthood’s actions, Democrats are ignoring the scandal and actually calling for the Center for Medical Progress to be investigated for conducting a sting operation.
The leftist corporate media also continues to shill for Planned Parenthood, with the New York Times the latest outlet to get behind the damage control spin.
The video attacking Planned Parenthood is a fraudulent attempt to make legal, voluntary services look nefarious. http://t.co/O3Sd3WI6bs
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) July 22, 2015
— Sam Brown (@__sambrown) July 22, 2015
— Celtic Selky (@celticselky) July 22, 2015
.@nytopinion These babies volunteered to be dismembered and sold off piece by piece, did they?
— curtistache (@TigerBotEdge) July 22, 2015
@nytopinion How does posting a video that shows evil and nefarious behavior constitute an "attack"?
— Garrett Hall (@Garrett_R_Hall) July 22, 2015
So, just to be clear, NYT editorial board is totally cool with strategic "crushing" of growing babies in the womb: https://t.co/OhlSoA7zpB
— mallory quigley (@mallorytq) July 22, 2015
— Heather (@hboulware) July 22, 2015
— Angry White Male (@EverymaNC) July 22, 2015
Sadly,NYTimes is so enslaved to its political agenda,it blindly defends horrific evil.They have lost all credibility https://t.co/eBVVNX1AAC
— Bryant Wright (@bryantwright) July 22, 2015
@nytopinion what part about the reference to crunchy specimens was deceptive?
— Jiggery Pokery (@whiskysandwhich) July 22, 2015
— Lindsay Williams (@eclecticlinds) July 22, 2015
— Susie Miller (@susiedillmill) July 22, 2015
@nytopinion Fraudulent how? Full unedited recordings have been made available. You're total rubes if you still think this isn't how PP works
— Farbrook (@dutchindian) July 22, 2015
@nytopinion You're right, it isn't profit, it appears they are just trying to cover the costs of shipping and Lamborghinis
— Mark Vicera (@MarkVicera1) July 22, 2015
@nytopinion If it's legal, why did Dr. Nucatola discuss their methods of getting around the law?
— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) July 22, 2015
Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.