By Bob Unruh
A deadline set by the U.S. Supreme Court is looming for abortionists to justify their demand that an undercover video of their comments about their business – even their jokes – be censored.
It could be called a D-Day, since the case centers on the work of David Dalieden, founder of the Center for Medical Progress.
His group went undercover into Planned Parenthood, National Abortion Federation and other events and caught on camera abortionists negotiating for higher pay for the body parts of unborn children.
One Planned Parenthood executive famously insisted on higher pay because, “I want a Lamborghini.”
The Thomas More Society, one of several groups that has defended Dalieden and his co-worker in the undercover videos, Sandra Merritt, noted this week “the clock is ticking down to January 26, 2018, which is the extended deadline for the National Abortion Federation to file a response to the petition filed by the legal team representing undercover journalist David Daleiden with the United States Supreme Court.”
The report explains Daleiden has petitioned the high court to review and reverse a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision affirming Judge William Orrick’s gag order that prohibits Daleiden from releasing videos he took at National Abortion Federation conferences.
More than a dozen other videos already have been released, and the NAF video was online for a brief moment before a Planned Parenthood-linked federal judge, who refused to take himself off the case, issued an order suppressing it.
In the censored video, Susan Robinson of Planned Parenthood of Mar Monte in San Jose, California said: “The fetus is a tough little object and taking it apart, I mean taking it apart, on day one is very difficult.”
And Talcott Camp, deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Reproductive Health Freedom Project remarked: “I’m like, ‘Oh my God!’ I get it! Click to see the original article