This is disgustingly sick. We just don’t understand how they can be so callous about shipping baby parts. This is what evil really looks like. Just go ahead and ship the entire baby head “make sure the eyes are closed so the lab techs don’t freak out and have meltdowns” … “They’ll open the box… ‘Oh God!”
No more funding for groups like Planned Parenthood who profit from the murder and selling of babies and their parts. It’s time we stop the brutal torturous death of innocent unborn babies through abortions.
Ever think of starting a business? Cate Dyer did. She’s the CEO of StemExpress, a company that (until recently) worked with Planned Parenthood to supply researchers with tissue from aborted children.
It’s pretty lucrative, although there are some challenges. Apparently neural tissue is “the hardest thing” to transport because “it’s insanely fragile.” The solution? Just ship the whole head. Dyer talks about all that and more on the Center for Medical Progress’s upcoming release.
The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) has put out a series of undercover videos that recorded meetings between Planned Parenthood officials and people claiming to be fetal tissue buyers. The officials are shown trying to profit from organ sales, offering to illegally alter how abortions are performed, and admitting to partial-birth abortions.
Other videos featured StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer, but their release was blocked by a temporary restraining order – until now.
CMP has assembled a trailer you can watch below.
One of the things discussed is how difficult brain matter is to ship:
As you probably know, one of the issues with neural tissue, it’s so fragile. It’s insanely fragile. And I don’t even know—I was gonna say, I know we get requests for neural, it’s the hardest thing in the world to ship.
The potential buyer suggests sending an entire head, and Dyer concedes this is a good idea. However, there can be problems when the package is delivered: “They’ll open the box… ‘Oh God!’” According to her, “lab techs freak out and have meltdowns,” so it’s important to “tell the lab it’s coming.” When the buyer says to “make sure the eyes are closed,” Dyer laughingly agrees. More