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Planned Parenthood Admissions: It’s a Baby and It’s a Boy
Six weeks ago, I was privileged to be in the delivery room when my seventh grandchild was born. The only response to the doctor’s words “It’s a boy” were tears of ineffable joy.
This morning I heard those same words when a Planned Parenthood medical assistant plucked casually through the bloody remains of a just-butchered baby and announced in a jubilant tone, “another boy!” in the newest Center for Medical Progress video:
Last week, another conscience-deformed obstetrician, Dr. Jen Gutner, writing a defense of Planned Parenthood for the New Republic, criticized the use of the phrase “baby parts” …
Posted in Sanctity of Life Tagged Dawn Lauguens, Easten Niphakis, Jen Gutner, Martin Luther King Jr., Planned Parenthood, Sabita Ginde, Thomas Parker Comments Off on Planned Parenthood Admissions: It’s a Baby and It’s a Boy