SICK: Abortion Clinic Provides THIS Baby Body Part to a Summer Camp

Written by Michael Cummings on July 2, 2016

The Left would have us believe the Supreme Court is and should be all powerful and all-knowing — naturally, only in situations that push their statist narrative. But we have multiple cases over the years that prove these black clad people are not gods and goddesses, but are human like us and therefore fallible. Did you know the Court agreed with putting American-born citizens into concentration camps because they looked like our Japanese enemies (Korematsu)? Did you know they approved of racial segregation (Plessy)? Did you know they approved of a law that forces you to buy a product of the government’s choosing (Obamacare)? And the classic: Did you know it’s legal to murder a baby under a non-existent right to privacy (Roe)?

We can now add “Hellerstedt” to this list of terrible decisions (I refuse to call this case by the other party’s name “Whole Woman’s Health”), which essentially said Texas abortion laws are too restrictive. Let’s be honest, it’s only America if we have a clear, easy, and paid-for path to murdering innocent lives. Abortion and barbecue have evidently become the American way. Sadly, even if Antonin Scalia hadn’t died, the decision would have been 5-4 in favor of murder, as opposed to 5-3.

It gets worse.

A story came to light last week that I think you should know. I have a pit in my stomach thinking about it, but I believe we honor our innocent when we don’t avoid the tough conversations. Brace yourselves [emphasis mine]:

Today, the House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives released a gruesome journal of “Procurement Notes,” which was given to the Panel by the University of New Mexico. The notes were made by a lab technician who was employed by the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. UNMHSC partnered with the Southwestern Women’s Options abortion facility and would send a tech over to collect aborted babies and their body parts.

In explicit detail, the journal describes various body parts of aborted babies and, in some cases, what happened to them.

Perhaps the most disturbing revelation to come from the journal is a description of baby brains that were passed on to someone who wanted to use them at a youth summer camp.

The journal notes:

5-24-12 “Asked clinic for digoxin treated tissue 24-28 wks. for methylation study & because [redacted] wants whole, fixed brains to dissect w/ summer camp students.

So not only are we murdering innocent babies who deserve the same right to live as we, not only are we taking money from American taxpayers to pay for those abortions — making many abortion providers rich in the process, not only are we selling the body parts of innocent babies — also making many rich in the process, but we are now exposing our children to this acidic and demonic act under the laughable guise of science. What are the odds the science campers know they’re dissecting baby brains? Would there be outrage if their parents knew? Maybe everyone knows, and no one cares.

GK Chesterton said, “When men choose not to believe in God, they do not thereafter believe in nothing, they then become capable of believing in anything.” I’ll add a darker angle to that: When men choose not to believe in God, because anything goes, men quickly learn that evil becomes easy, it’s never satiated, and it will continue to eat until nothing is left.

If God has abandoned us, I won’t blame Him.

photo credit: Luke at Birth via photopin (license);Nell Smith

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Michael Cummings
Michael A. Cummings has a Bachelors in Business Management from St. John's University in Collegeville, MN, and a Masters in Rhetoric & Composition from Northern Arizona University. He has worked as a department store Loss Prevention Officer, bank auditor, textbook store manager, Chinese food delivery man, and technology salesman. Cummings wrote position pieces for the 2010 Trevor Drown for US Senate (AR) and 2012 Joe Coors for Congress (CO) campaigns.