Monday, August 24, 2015

Even PP supporters can't bear to watch the videos

When protesters gathered outside the governor's house in Louisiana to protest Governor Bobby Jindal's defunding of Planned Parenthood in the wake of revelations that it's selling dead babies for parts and profit, the governor had a great response: He had large movie screens erected on the lawn and played the videos from the Center for Medical Progress that show Planned Parenthood officials confessing to the heinous crimes.

The videos also show technicians rummaging through bins containing dead babies to find usable parts, and one technician is shown claiming she even saw a wholly intact baby whose heart was still beating as the dissection of his brain began.

Apparently the horror of these videos was even too much for the protesters, who moved away from the screens to huddle together behind a large tree that blocked the screens. 

But it begs the question: how can you support an organization that is doing the very things you cannot bear to look at yourself? On what grounds does one justify not only the slaughtering of an innocent, helpless human being, but also degrading him or her even further by chopping the body up and selling it to the highest bidder?

When presented with the truth that shows one's thinking might be wrong on something, an intellectually honest person will admit he was wrong. But when it comes to pro-abortionists and pro-human traffickers of innocent, murdered babies, no amount of truth can penetrate the ego that cannot admit a mistake.

So is that why we have the heinous, horrible, diabolical activities of Planned Parenthood being defended...because of ego? If so, how unimaginably tragic and evil that helpless human babies pay with their lives the price of someone else's conceit. 

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1 comment:

  1. Jerry Klein/Clinton Twp.September 11, 2015 at 4:56 PM

    Very, very well put. Thank you, Julie.

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