Quelle surprise! but it would seem that Planned Parenthood's assertion that there is no profit being made on "donated" body parts may be a half-truth.
And by "half-truth," I mean "lie."
Check out the full post at Marty Duren's Kingdom in the Midst blog. I don't know anything else about the man, but this blog post is solid.
Two days ago, the Center for Medical Progress released a second video of their actors posing as "Specimen Procurement" and discussing a potential business relationship with Planned Parenthood. This time the meeting was with Dr. Mary Gatter, the Medical Directors' Council President for Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Is that a hint of disgust I see in Dr. Gatter's responses? Could some human part of her, deep down, be communicating her latent distaste for those who traffic in mulched humans? Or, more likely, is it simply the contempt she feels for those who aren't initiate in her damned cult of death?
All this talk of whether PPFA is profiting or not is, to me, not the real crux of the issue. PPFA and their supporters are attempting to reframe and take back the narrative before it's too late. Too late for what? They know that the American people are still not truly aware of the extent to which fetal tissues are used in their research, in their cosmetics, in their vaccines, and in their food. PPFA and their affiliated tissue peddlers are afraid that so much light will shine on the issue of fetal harvesting that even those Americans that make maintaining ignorance an art form will not be able to continue with their heads in the sand. They'll see the bloody machine for what it is.