From the ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ files, so far this year the Supreme Court — which is split ideologically down the middle — has done more to advance constitutional rule of law than has the Republican-controlled Congress.
And now comes yet another sickening story of heinous acts of moral bankruptcy at the hands of Planned Parenthood, who for some reason is STILL receiving federal tax dollars despite the more than dozen videos showing criminal and egregious acts involving born and unborn babies.
When will it stop?
Here’s more from the Resurgent…
A former patient at the Planned Parenthood butchery in St. Paul, Minnesota has come forward with shocking (but is it really at this point?) testimony that staff abortionists informed her that should her baby be born alive, somehow surviving the abortion attempt, they would “break the baby’s neck.”
This isn’t a hidden camera sting operation like those conducted by the Center for Medical Progress that have exposed the abortion giant for some ghastly, horrific practices beyond just murdering viable infants. Instead, this video released by Pro-Life Action Ministries is conducted as a testimonial of a former patient. The patient, whose identity is not disclosed in the video apparently visited the St. Paul clinic when her baby was 22 weeks and a day along in the gestation process.
As LifeNews noted,
This would be a clear violation of Minnesota’s “Born Alive Infants Protection Act,” which, similar to federal law, requires that, “All reasonable measures consistent with good medical practice . . . shall be taken . . . . to preserve the life and health of the born alive infant.”
That would be the same Born Alive Infants Protection Act legislation that Barack Obama vehemently
opposed when he was a state senator in Illinois. The Illinois law was a near carbon copy of federal legislation that not one U.S. Senator (Democrat or Republican) voted against. When called on this horror, Obama lied claiming he opposed the law because it didn’t contain language that guaranteed it would not infringe on the right to abortion. The law did contain that language.
Not even the radicals at NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) opposed the Born Alive acts.