[guest post by Dana]
The Center for Medical Progress released another Planned Parenthood video today. It is nothing less than the fullness of evil unmasked in all its hideous strength and might:
A former procurement technician who helped harvest organs at Planned Parenthood said she saw a baby boy’s heart beating outside his body before the child’s body parts were extracted.
Tragically, these tiny silent gifts from God are doomed to a pain unimaginable as they endure a barbaric death. It is an abomination, unspeakable and unimaginable, and yet that is precisely why it must be spoken about. Consider yourselves warned:
Holly O’Donnell, a former procurement technician at StemExpress, said at Mar Monte’s Alameda clinic in San Jose a co-worker named Jessica brought over the most fully developed baby she had ever seen and said, “I want you to see something kind of cool.”
There she saw the “closest thing to a [fully-developed] baby I’ve seen.”
“It had a face. It wasn’t completely torn up,” she said. “Its nose was very pronounced.”
“She has one of her instruments, and she taps the heart, and it starts beating.”
“I’m looking at this fetus, and it’s heart is beating,” O’Donnell said in astonishment.
“I don’t know if that constitutes it’s technically dead, or it’s alive,” she continued.
Dr. Ben Van Handel, the vice president of Novogenix Laboratories, says on the video “there are times when, after the [abortion] procedure is done, that the heart is still beating.”
O’Donnell said that, after showing her the child’s beating heart, Jessica told her, “This is a really good fetus, and it looks like we can procure a lot from it.”
And it gets worse:
She then asked O’Donnell to remove the baby’s brain with scissors through the baby’s face.
“I can’t even describe what that feels like,” O’Donnell said. “That was the moment I knew I couldn’t work for the company anymore…even if it was the cure for some disease.”
Warning: graphic images:
Death becomes a welcome friend. These are the silent witnesses of the evil among us. With their last breath, they fall gently into the open arms of God, close to His beating heart of perfect love as He welcomes them home.