First, Planned Parenthood’s CEO apologized for the undercover videos exposing its trafficking of aborted baby body parts. Then it backtracked and claimed the videos were “heavily edited.” Now, it’s saying the videos were entirely “faked.”
The undercover videos by the Center for Medical Progress have damaged the abortion giant’s already shady reputation. Since last summer, CMP has released a dozen undercover videos showing various Planned Parenthood employees discussing the sale of aborted babies body parts. These videos have prompted numerous state and federal investigations, as well as efforts to ban the sale of aborted babies’ body parts and end taxpayer funding to the abortion chain.
Planned Parenthood has been trying without success to discredit the videos. Several forensic analyses of the undercover videos, including one by Planned Parenthood, found no “widespread evidence of substantive video manipulation,” LifeNews reported.
Perhaps the abortion group hopes people have forgotten the results of these forensic analyses. A report on Twitchy points out how the abortion business recently published a series of tweets describing the undercover videos as “fake”: . . .
Since faked criminal videos hit, politicians in 24 states have tried to cut patients' access to Planned Parenthood. pic.twitter.com/P5fO652lqy
— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) April 23, 2016
But followers on Twitter did not let Planned Parenthood get away with it:
@PPact what parts of the videos are fake? Sadly not the baby parts from the murdered babies.
— Daniela ن (@2Cori_5_17) April 23, 2016
— Casey Mattox (@CaseyMattox_) April 23, 2016
@PPact what was "fake," specifically? Were your employees actually computer animations?
— Jason Van Steenwyk (@jwvansteenwyk) April 24, 2016
(Read more from “Planned Parenthood Faces Intense Criticism After Tweet Claiming Expose’ Videos Were Fake” HERE)