"An eyeball just fell into my lap," and other horrifying quotes from leaked abortion conference footage
Earlier this week we reported on an abortionist who told attendees at the National Abortion Federation (NAF)’s highly-secretive conference that pushing aborted babies’ bodies down the garbage disposal was, “funny in a really sick way.” The dedicated Pro-Life activists at Students for Life of America spent the last few days compiling some of the most shocking segments from the footage, featured in the five-minute video below:
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Upon learning that their conference was filmed by citizen journalists from the Center for Medical Progress, NAF pursued and obtained a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the CMP, halting their release of the footage. There is absolutely zero mystery, in light of what we’ve seen in the hours of leaked content, about why the National Abortion Federation sought to hide this footage from the American public. Dismayed by the CMP’s First Amendment rights, and the right of the American public to know what they are funding when they fund the abortion industry with taxpayer dollars, GotNews published the footage via YouTube.
Congress has possessed this footage and more for three weeks, as part of their body of evidence to consider as they investigate whether Planned Parenthood deserves continued taxpayer funding. The organization currently receives over half a billion dollars in government funding per year – funding many Americans and elected officials find more abhorrent than ever now that we’ve seen the inner recesses of the abortion cartel at work. Several states, with Texas being the most hard-hitting, have taken steps to totally divest Planned Parenthood of state funding.
To date, Texas has launched multiple investigations and Planned Parenthood’s Medicaid contract. This is in addition to massive defunding in 2011, when PP was removed from the Texas Women’s Health Program, and in 2013 and 2015, when multiple other funding streams to Planned Parenthood were dried up and redirected to deserving programs. Today, Planned Parenthood has limited access to Texas taxpayer dollars, and a budget overlay restricting abortion providers from receiving any state government funding could stop these sources of funding as well.
The full videos of leaked NAF conference footage are rife with candid conversations about the daily work of the abortion industry; SFLA’s compilation provides just a peek into the mind-boggling inhumanity that fuels this lucrative, profit-driven industry. Watch the full footage here.
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