The video is pretty much three parts: there’s the part where Planned Parenthood swears up and down that they don’t harvest babies for profit. There’s the testimony from a former phlebotomist and tissue harvester that yes, Planned Parenthood harvests babies for profit. And then there’s the (content warning) part where you see a couple of Planned Parenthood staffers casually separate out an aborted baby on a clear pie dish and ask the sting operatives whether said operatives would be willing to buy the… stuff. Oh, and then they made it clear that they want to be paid per item, not per baby: Continue reading Planned Parenthood Sting Video #3: ‘Human Capital.’ Episode 1. [CONTENT WARNING]
[UPDATE: Yeah, my bad. Could have been worse: I could have had it as being Disney.]
Because the official Twitter feed of Planned Parenthood certainly seems to want to make it look like Dreamworks Universal stands with them on the righteousness of harvesting babies for their profitable organs.
Or didDreamworks Universal give Planned Parenthood permission to use their intellectual property in an official capacity? Does Dreamworks Universal, in fact, support baby harvesting, and this is their way of tacitly admitting that? …The pro-life subset of American consumers would like an answer on that, please. Preferably before they start planning their Christmas shopping budgets.
Oh, and before anybody starts objecting: Planned Parenthood apparently likes to claim support from mainstream corporate America for their abortion services when such support does not actually exist. As Coca-Cola, Ford Motors, Xerox, March of Dimes, and others have hastily, if not desperately, scrambled to explain. So it is indeed entirely possible that Planned Parenthood is merely doing something similar here, although, frankly: messing with a major studio’s intellectual property like this is sufficiently dangerous that it makes it hard for me to believe that the image was used without permission.
That’s how you do it. You don’t even have to raise your voice, at this stage. You simply say I see you, and wait to see who visibly flinches in response.
Representatives from Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Co. and Xerox say they’ve asked Planned Parenthood to remove their names as corporate donors to the embattled organization.
The move follows a Daily Signal report revealing the names of 41 companies that Planned Parenthood listed as donors. That list, which was featured on Planned Parenthood’s website, has since been removed.
More here: turns out the March of Dimes and the American Cancer Society also don’t want their name associated with Planned Parenthood right now. …Which is the idea. And this is actually useful work; they had that donor brag page up for a reason. It helped give the organization legitimacy. Now it’d help give the opposition to the organization legitimacy, which is why PP took the donor brag page down.