Planned Parenthood faces new charge it broke law

The recently released videos revealing multiple executives for Planned Parenthood negotiating over the prices for the body parts of aborted babies – one incredibly stated “I want a Lamborghini” – soon might be the least of the abortion industry leader’s problems.


After all:


A new complaint has been filed in Colorado against the same facility featured in this week’s video from Center for Medical Progress that alleges Planned Parenthood of the Rockies is in violation of state law.
Nearly two dozen senators have introduced legislation that would prohibit federal funding (about $500 million a year) from going to Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Longtime and ardent abortion supporter Hillary Clinton said, “I have seen pictures from them [the videos] and obviously find them disturbing.” She suggested the whole issue should be reviewed, not just “one organization.”
And the CMP said there are nine more Planned Parenthood undercover videos still to be released.
There was a movement of support for the abortionists, too. Breitbart reported, “A devil-worshiping group calling itself the Satanic Temple” set up a donation website to raise money for a reproductive rights campaign.


The organization “is an active campaigner for rights to legal abortion on demand, and rails against all legislation restricting abortion, including ultrasounds, and abortion waiting periods.”


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