Remember that ghoulish Abortion exec that wanted a Ferrari? It was one of several undercover videos exposing the dark underbelly of Planned Parenthood.
Not long after these videos came out, the Media(D) formed a defensive ring around the Abortion Industry and did everything in their power to deny, discredit, disprove what was plainly said on the video conversations recorded by citizen journalists working with the Center for Medical Progress.
Silicon Valley joined right in, suppressing the videos on social media, and deleting youtube videos where people tried to post them.
It did NOT pass unnoticed to the Pro-life crowd that the LA judge who put the gag order on these videos should have recused himself, as he happened to be married to an abortion activist.
The claim was that these videos needed to be silenced because they were, in today’s language, ‘fake news’. They were ‘deceptively edited’ to misrepresent what was really being said by the people involved.
This is not to say that the words themselves were supposedly altered, just changed in their context enough to change the MEANING of those words.
That’s right, you tell ’em, Vince.
The ‘Free Press’ we keep hearing about was actually suppressing news that they didn’t want us hearing about… news embarrassing to their political allies, and the Democrat donor base.
Isn’t that the OPPOSITE of what a free press is supposed to do?
Tonight, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit released an opinion in Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Family Planning and Preventative Health Services, Inc. v. Smith, in which the Court reversed the district court’s preliminary injunction preventing Texas from terminating state Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood. The panel’s decision represents a win for pro-lifers and general foes of Planned Parenthood.
The opinion features a graphic depiction of the tissue of an aborted unborn child. But perhaps even more notably, the opinion’s sixth footnote, pertaining to the underlying Center for Medical Progress’s undercover video footage that led Texas to terminate its funding, says the following:
In fact, the record reflects that [the Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s Office of Inspector General] had submitted a report from a forensic firm concluding that the video was authentic and not deceptively edited. And the plaintiffs did not identify any particular omission or addition in the video footage. Moreover, the district court also suggested that there was no evidence that any of PPGC’s research was federally funded, so the regulations relied on by OIG might be inapplicable. But the record actually establishes that the UTMB study was funded by the National Institute of Health.
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This is huge news tonight, and a big pro-life win worth celebrating. https://t.co/9lw368YCYW
— Alexandra DeSanctis (@xan_desanctis) January 18, 2019