An examination of the competition for Planned Parenthood's "resources" between the most-definitely-for-profit StemExpress - which, remember, has discontinued its "business relationship" with the child-killing giant - and the non-profit Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR), Inc., both of which were eyebrows-deep in this heinous butchery:
At one point, ABR procurement manager Perrin Larton describes how some abortions from mothers produce actual births — and the implication is that the babies then become intact cadaver specimens.
“The whole point is not to have a live birth,” Larton says. “Unless it’s somebody who has had six pregnancies and six vaginal deliveries.” The undercover investigator asks, “And then it just pops out?” “Yeah,” Larton replies, “they put lams in and she comes in the next morning, and I literally have had women come in, and they’ll go into the OR, and they’re back out it in three 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.'” [emphasis added]
"Lams," or laminaria, is the tool used to dilate and keep open the cervix for two-stage abortions. Given that tool's function, that babies sometimes "fall out" is not too terribly surprising, as is the fact that some are born alive. And given what the purpose of the whole procedure and "business operation" is, it also stands to reason that babies who do survive the abortion attempt are quickly liquidated and either reduced to their constituent body parts per PP's "customers'" specifications or pickled as intact cadaver organ repositories.
If that sounds Kermit Gosnell-esque, that's because it is.
The only substantive difference between ABR and SE was, depending on your point of view, that the former had greater financial scruples or that the latter were good capitalists. Or, rather, that StemExpress may have been more honest about its profit motive:
Cate Dyer, who used to work as a procurement technician for ABR before founding her own company StemExpress, shares some of the financial details of ABR: “They were funding places in Hawaii for themselves,” she divulges. “Some staff – not that I know so much on the Planned Parenthood side, but I wouldn’t be surprised – there are some staff in the past that have been on the payroll with ABR.” According to Dyer, ABR would pay an “advisor fee” to a clinic manager or director in order to preserve their exclusive right to harvest fetal tissue at that location. “There’s like, well enough known,” says Dyer, that “for a long time there were certain clinics that because they had paid advisors that were sitting on boards for these clinics, that were also an advisor to ABR, you were just never going to go anywhere with them, you know what I mean?” [emphasis added]
With all the incestuous web of relationships in this triangle, this "competition" looks and sounds more like a feeding frenzy.
But have no fear, my friends. No matter how great the Naziesque crimes against humanity of Planned Parenthood and its accomplices in fetal genocide, the Obama Regime will always have their back:
The U.S. Justice Department told a federal judge that Governor Bobby Jindal's decision to oust Planned Parenthood from Louisiana's Medicaid program appears to violate federal law by denying Medicaid patients the right to choose their health care providers.
Except, of course, that Planned Parenthood does not provide "healthcare" it slaughters unborn babies.
In a court filing, the agency said the Jindal administration hasn't offered "sufficient reasons" to keep Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast's clinics in New Orleans and Baton Rouge from receiving Medicaid payments.
Other than Planned Parenthood being an ongoing criminal conspiracy at the federal and State levels.
Removing Planned Parenthood from the Medicaid program "without providing any justification related to (the organization's) qualifications to provide medical services would violate Louisiana's obligations under the Medicaid statute's 'free choice of provider' provision," the Justice Department wrote.
The Planned Parenthood Cannibalism movie franchise has provided all the justification any reasonable mind would need, actually. Which ought to tell you all you need to know about the collective state of mind at the Obama/Lynch DOJ.
The legal brief, called a "statement of interest," was filed Monday night ahead of a Wednesday hearing to determine whether Planned Parenthood will get a temporary restraining order blocking Jindal's efforts.
Oh, they'll get it, alright. It's just a matter of time.