You know the Lone Star State's tourism slogan, "Texas: It's a whole other country"? It isn't just a tourism slogan:
Texas sent agents to Planned Parenthood facilities on Thursday seeking documents, the group said, calling it a "politically motivated" move that comes on the heels of the State's Republican leaders barring it from receiving Medicaid money.
Kinda hard to avoid when Planned Parenthood's black market baby organ trafficking criminal conspiracy is so well and politically protected.
Members of the Texas Office of the Inspector General made unannounced visits at Planned Parenthood health centers in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio, staying in some cases for several hours and giving Planned Parenthood twenty-four hours to deliver thousands of pages of documents stored at its facilities across the State, the organization said.
The Inspector General Office declined to comment, as did health officials. Inspector General agents were seen on local news reports entering a Planned Parenthood facility in San Antonio.
An odd choice if this is nothing but a "politically-motivated fishing expedition," don't you think?
Texas, the most populous Republican-controlled U.S. State, said it would launch a probe of Planned Parenthood after the release of videos in July by the [pro-life] activist group Center for Medical Progress in which a Planned Parenthood official is seen talking about transactions involving fetal tissue.
If Planned Parenthood is indignant about being treated like criminals, perhaps they should stop systematically engaging in, and profiting from, not just criminal activity, but crimes against humanity.
Exit question: Any chance of remanding Planned Parenthood prisoners for trial in,,,,Nuremberg?