CMP: Undercover with StemExpress CEO

WARNING: At the bottom of this blog, I have included a very graphic and disturbing photo of a partial birth abortion in progress. This is what these people are chuckling about as they shovel food into their faces.

The undercover “Center For Medical Progress” sting operation has published the full video of a dinner conversation between CMP agents posing as fetal tissue buyers and StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer.

This latest video detailing how Planned Parenthood and its partners like StemExpress illegally sell body parts of aborted babies, continues to show the cavalier way babies are killed, torn apart, and sold for profit – but, adds a new wrinkle which should serve as a warning to women going into a clinic for and abortion: unsanitary conditions.

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Where are all those harridans with their coat hangers demanding SAFE abortions?

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The quotations are bad enough. If you can stand to watch the video, the casual attitude, laughing, eating … just makes it that much worse.

Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Buyer StemExpress Wants “Another 50 Livers/Week”

Note: When she says “an entire case”, she means a recently killed baby that the abortionist has delivered illegally, so as to provide an “entire” (full body) “specimen” (dead baby). “The whole calvarium” means “dead baby head.”  “But we know what it is [laughter].”

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Yes, Planned parenthood IS a volume abortion institution. More than 95% of the pregnant women who go to Planned Parenthood do so to have their unborn babies murdered.  So much for “safe, legal, and rare.”  The reality is more like “sloppy, illegal, and lots.”

ABORTION partial birth



Filed under Abortion, Planned Parenthood

8 responses to “CMP: Undercover with StemExpress CEO

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    “ABC, CBS, and CNN’s Sunday morning news shows all ignored the ongoing controversy over Planned Parenthood’s harvesting of aborted babies’ organs, as exposed in a series of recent undercover videos by the Center for Medical Progress.”


  2. chrissythehyphenated

    Texas abortions have declined by nearly 20,000 since the state stopped funding PP. I don’t know how this relates to conception rates. I saw a study once a while back that showed conception, abortion and birth rates before and after a state stopped paying for welfare abortions. the conceptions went down sharply. The abortion and births stayed about the same.


  3. The idiots at Vox solicited a piece from a Swedish philosophy professor and then rejected it when it didn’t support abortion enough.


    • chrissythehyphenated

      Vox wasted the man’s time and he had a right to be pissed and to say so in a public forum. I was once interviewed by ABC and the producer got all mad with me for discussing my experience with the local newspaper. I got paid nothing for the interview … the camera crew treated me to lunch … nor had I agreed to anything about what I would or would not say. Likewise, I had no control over how they used my words and image.

      The producer thought one thing I said to the paper made him look bad. I thought the way he edited my interview made me look bad. So pblt.

      Back to the article you linked. I followed the link to Brian Leiter’s original post and was disgusted (again) by modern philosophy. I’ll take Catholic theology for Eternity any day, night or week-end, Alex.

      I was interested to note how the (to me) morally ridiculous arguments these people were debating reflected G.K. Chesterton’s point that materialism is like a circle … or like a snake swallowing its tail. It goes nowhere and can never be any bigger than itself. (I’m reading Orthodoxy.)


      • Good GKC choice! I agree about materialist/modern philosophy, but it cracks me up how EVEN THAT thinking, that cares only about the happiness of man, contradicts the tenets of liberalism, making them completely without any consistent ethical authority at all, and the whores at Vox still presume to explain the world to us from a position of authority. Pbbtt.

        I know what you mean about the media interviews. They ALWAYS make you look bad, even though it’s their story that they got wrong.


        • chrissythehyphenated

          I got the feeling Vox wanted a “we’re so smart, we do philosophy” thing but only if it supported the views they already hold for reasons that have nothing to do with reason.

          To my mind, one explores philosophy and theology to find truth, then one lives that truth. It’s just so much delightful karma that the article they solicited backfired on their backwards a$$es. LOL