Want to support Planned Parenthood? Congress already signed you up.

I’m not a Catholic, and I don’t think I’d make a very good one. Still, there are some Church teachings I’ve managed to follow. For example, I’ve never worked for an organization that slices open infants and sells their organs.

Apparently that’s too much to ask at DePaul University, a Catholic institution of higher learning.

As Calvin Freiburger previously reported, students at America’s largest Catholic college were encouraged to volunteer with Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion chain. Last year Planned Parenthood ended over three hundred thousand young lives, and it seems not all those children died in the womb; some of them of them “fell out” early.

That’s what Perrin Larton said on the  Center for Medical Progress’s (CMP) latest undercover video release. Larton is a procurement manager with Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc., a company supplying human body parts to researchers.

The firm has a longtime relationship with Planned Parenthood, and its procurement technicians often wait directly outside the rooms where abortions are performed. Their job is to take the remains afterwards and sift through the pile of severed body parts, collecting whatever organs clients are interested in.

Or at least that’s what’s supposed to happen; as Larton explains at 5 minutes and 7 seconds into the footage above, things don’t always go according to plan:

I literally have had women come in and they’ll go in the O.R. and they’re back out in 3 minutes, and I’m going, “What’s going on?” Oh yeah, the fetus was already in the vaginal canal whenever we put her in the stirrups, it just fell out.

This is consistent with what Dr. Savita Ginde, vice president of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, said. On an earlier CMP video, she admitted that infants are sometimes delivered “intact” prior to late-term abortions. That’s also the video where she looks down at an aborted fetus and declares, “It’s a baby.”

So what happens to babies who are delivered alive?  According to Holly O’Donnell, they don’t stay that way.

O’Donnell worked as a procurement technician for StemExpress, another human tissue outfit tied to Planned Parenthood. In the video below, she recalls the time a supervisor showed her an aborted child whose heart was still beating, describing it as “kinda cool, kinda neat.” Then she was told to cut open the face and start removing brain tissue.

Under federal law, children born during botched abortions are supposed to be protected; yet that obviously wasn’t a concern here. The fact that some of these children were old enough to scientifically experience pain wasn’t a problem either.

Given all of this, you might be surprised that DePaul University would want its students working at Planned Parenthood. Of course, Catholic college students aren’t the only ones contributing to Planned Parenthood; Congress already signed you up.

Planned Parenthood receives over half a billion dollars from taxpayers annually. While Senate pro-lifers want these funds redirected to community health centers, pro-abortion Democrats won’t let it happen.

If you’re not happy about being on Team Planned Parenthood, then sign Live Action’s petition calling for an end to the abortion giant’s funding. It’s available here, along with more proof of Planned Parenthood’s crimes.


America is a diverse country, with people of many faiths as well as those with none at all. However, it would be nice if there were some things we could all agree on. Not supporting a group that kills infants and sells their corpses should probably be one of them.

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