Bob Unruh  WND


At least one member of Congress has taken a step beyond criticism and defunding of Planned Parenthood for its willingness to swap the body parts of unborn children for cash, urging a criminal investigation of the largest player in the abortion industry.

Meanwhile, a student organization is announcing a series of rallies across the nation to support a plan to cut taxpayer funding for the abortion-business behemoth.

“In addition to cutting funding for abortion providers, I strongly urge Congress to investigate the legality of the practices engaged in by Planned Parenthood,” U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said Tuesday.

“The U.S. has strict laws against trafficking and selling human body parts. Additionally, the first of these videos seems to indicate that the abortion provider conducted partial-birth abortion to preserve organs for sale, which is illegal in the U.S.,” he said.

“I truly believe that every American, regardless of their stance on abortion, would be shaken to their core by these videos, which display an utter lack of human decency,” Meadows said. “I am deeply disturbed by these horrifying videos. I pray for the soul of our nation.”

Meadows’ comments came only hours after a new video was released by the Center for Medical Progress.

It shows another Planned Parenthood executive negotiating over compensation for “intact” baby pieces, noting she would like to have enough money to buy a Lamborghini.

Last week, CMP released a video of Planned Parenthood Medical Director Deborah Nucatola cavalierly discussing the sale of livers and other fetal organs obtained from altering late-second trimester abortion procedures. Her remarks sparked outrage, even from some abortion supporters, prompting Congress and several governors to begin investigating.

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The second undercover video, made in February, features Mary Gatter, the president of the Planned Parenthood Medical Directors Council, talking with actors who say they represent a tissue procurement company.

“But, you know, the money is not important. But it has to be big enough that it makes it worthwhile for me,” Gatter says.

“It’s been years since I’ve talked about compensation, so let me just figure out what others are getting and if this is in the ballpark, that’s fine. If it’s still low, we can bump it up. I want a Lamborghini,” she says.
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