It gets worse: Planned Parenthood official sells baby parts for a Lamborghini

plannedparenthoodvideoThe Center for Medical Progress has released a second damning undercover video exposing Planned Parenthood’s practice of selling parts of aborted babies. This second video, recorded in February of this year, shows a business lunch between undercover investigators and the President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America Medical Directors’ Council, Dr. Mary Gatter. In the video, Gatter is shown haggling over the price of baby parts, and stating she wants to buy a Lamborghini with the profits.

Dr. Gatter’s admission that she intends to purchase one of the world’s most expensive cars contradicts Planned Parenthood’s claims that they make no profit off of the sale of aborted children. It is also against the law to sell fetal tissue for profit.

Gatter served as medical director of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles until 2014, and now oversees the Pasadena branch of the organization. The investigators posed as officials from a fetal tissue procurement company hoping to secure specimens (aborted babies, whole and pieced out) from Planned Parenthood’s Pasadena clinic.

Gatter admits the Pasadena branch performs 800 abortions a year, with 60 in the second trimester. The second trimester abortions are an important number, as those “specimens” command a higher rate for being more developed.

Gatter admitted that Planned Parenthood receives compensation for the baby parts sold to medical research companies, while mothers who agree to donate the tissue “don’t get anything, of course.” She then haggles a bit over pricing, insisting she does not want to be “lowballed” over a price. She then discusses how Planned Parenthood could change their method of abortion (not using certain suction techniques) to ensure babies come out more “intact,” so their bodies are more usable and valuable.

After more discussion on price, Gatter says she will have to check with other Planned Parenthood affiliates in California to ensure the price on baby parts is fair, and if not, they may need to “bump it up.” She then jokes “I want a Lamborghini.”

You can view the video of the incident below:

H/T: The Center for Medical Progress

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