Sunday, December 13, 2015

Planned Parenthood Sues Ohio Over Bad But True Publicity

by JASmius

You will recall that I took the revelation that three Ohio Planned Parenthood abortuaries not even bothering to take the duely-diligent time to ensure that dead baby debris got included with medical waste but was just tossed in the regular garbage as being wholly unremarkable and a mis-focus of where the problem truly lies - the abortions themselves.  If I were the relevant PP poobah, I would sniff, shrug, pay the fine (which is probably negligible anyway), and go back to the "production line," far more concerned with my superiors finding out that my organ factory had been trashing perfectly good inventory than how and where I disposed of it.

But we have to remember that, as incredible as it sounds, these butchers and Mengeles are also among the biggest moral supremacists on the planet, and will not tolerate a disparaging word being said about them, no matter how brutally factual it is.

You can see what's coming next, can't you?:

Planned Parenthood sued Ohio's health director on Sunday in a dispute over how the organization's affiliates handle the disposal of [dead babies] in the State.

The organization is accusing the State's health department of changing the interpretation of a [dead baby] disposal rule without notice and then unfairly targeting Planned Parenthood, violating its due process and equal protection rights.

The federal lawsuit filed in Columbus follows an investigation by the State's attorney general into the organization's three facilities in Ohio that [inflict] abortions.

.....that found that PP violated a State law requiring the "humane" disposal of baby corpses and/or fragments.  Which, as I observed the other day, is garishly misplaced "humanitarianism" since the babies have already been ripped apart and fatally dismembered, but the law is the law.  But Ohio A-G and former U.S. Senator Mike DeWine embarrassed the baby-slaughtering industry giant, so they must be punished, no matter how many phony-baloney grievances they have to make up and how many frivolous lawsuits they have to file.

And rest assured, they're working the Robert Lewis Dear angle like an exotic dancer frantically grinding her pole:

Planned Parenthood called the alleged wrongdoing "inflammatory."...

But they must not be confident of the smear--pro-lifers gambit's success, since they are having to be quite open about their own blatant contradictions:

Stephanie Kight, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio, said the disposal process is handled safely and respectfully.
In its lawsuit, Planned Parenthood said it's always abided by the directive that [dead babies] be disposed in a "humane" manner and has never been cited by the Ohio Department of Health, which licenses abortion facilities in Ohio, for violating those regulations.

Until now.


Attorneys for Planned Parenthood accused the State's health director, Richard Hodges, of abandoning his standard process of providing notice of alleged non-compliance and providing an opportunity to correct such issues.

In which PP alleges they have not engaged.  Which would mean they would have nothing to correct.  And yet they're complaining about not being given the opportunity to make "corrections".  Oops.

Planned Parenthood said it didn't hear from health officials about the alleged violation until the group reached out to them Friday.

i.e. They didn't think the State of Ohio had them on anything, thinking it was going to be a Planned Parenthood Cannibalism angle, and they got caught flat-footed.

In their complaint, attorneys for Planned Parenthood argued, Hodges has "arbitrarily singled out" the organization.

Which is what happens when an organization is investigated with ample cause.  And your point is?

And then cometh the true, unpardonable "sin":

"This sudden and targeted treatment is no doubt motivated by his animus to a woman's right to safe and legal abortion and to Planned Parenthood in particular," the attorneys wrote.

Which has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that three Ohio Planned Parenthood outlets were tossing baby corpses in landfills.  Sheesh, you'd think that the Buckeye State was going after their core business to shut it down once and for all.

Which isn't a bad idea.  If small fry investigations are going to stir up such litigatory hornets nests anyway, why not swing for the fences?

UPDATE: Planned Parenthood's Raqqa affliliate, perhaps?:

Islamic State jihadists have reportedly ordered the execution of children who are mentally or physically disabled — an horrific replay of the Nazi atrocities that murdered thousands of children with disabilities during WWII.

In a Facebook post, the Iraqi activist group Mosel Eye released a video and reported a "fatwa" had been issued on the innocents.

Sharia judges have allegedly ruled ISIS followers are authorized to "kill newborn babies with Down Syndrome or congenital deformities and disabled children," the group writes, naming one of the judges as a Saudi, Abu Said Aljazrawi.

Nah.  Planned Parenthood is worse.  At least ISIS doesn't seek to exterminate ALL unborn human life (just disabled and "infidel" babies), and they don't hide their atrocities behind filthy lies like "Women's health" and "the right to choose".

Plus, ISIS doesn't contaminate THEIR landfills; they eat the flesh of THEIR enemies.  Not very "vegan," but definitely more "green".

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