Undercover Planned Parenthood ‘baby parts’ videos are changing minds about abortion

Numerous undercover Planned Parenthood videos showing top-level executives haggling over aborted baby parts have gone viral, and have shaped public dialogue on abortion and the practices of America’s largest abortion chain. The videos, released by The Center for Medical Progress, are changing hearts and minds about abortion for many people.

Recently, The Center for Medical Progress posted this status update on Facebook:

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And the comments rolled in from others who had the same testimony:

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Facebook users noted how the undercover videos gave them an encounter with the humanity of preborn children who are victims of abortion every day.

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The comments in response to the undercover videos are a microcosm of what is happening all over the nation: America is seeing abortion for what it is. The euphemisms of Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby are being unmasked by grisly undercover footage, showing facility workers sifting through the body parts of aborted babies in pie pans.


While some abortion advocates have tried to dismiss CMP’s investigations, the power of social media has been a game changer this time around.

Planned Parenthood can twist its rhetoric and try its damage control, but not even the nation’s abortion giant can control the power of images to change hearts.

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