CNN tells us what the Center for Medical Progress claims about StemExpress.
Even though they did nothing more than ordinary journalism, I want to thank CNN for siding with professionalism over ideology (if they will forgive me for thinking of them as tending to be sympathetic toward Planned Parenthood) and giving coverage to this issue when so many in the mainstream have been silent.
I am thanking CNN because they interviewed David Daleiden, the public face of the Center for Medical Progress. In the clip below you will see and hear Daleiden explain why StemExpress was desperate to get a judge to ban the release of the video footage of the undercover meeting with their executives.
Here it is from CNN Politic’s twitter feed:
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 31, 2015
Thanks go to Jill Stanek for bringing this to our attention. She quotes from LifeSite News that is, as in most things related to this issue, on top of the story:
In a meeting with their top leadership where their leadership admitted that they sometimes get fully intact fetuses shipped to their laboratory from the abortion clinics they work with, and that could be prima facie evidence of born alive infants. And so that’s why they’re trying to suppress that videotape and they’re very scared of it.
Fully intact fetuses means basically premature babies. If these babies are late term enough, they may very well be born alive. We know that happens. We know that Barack Obama has a record of stopping any attempts to prevent the killing of such babies who survive abortion attempts only to be murdered by a second attempt—a kind of post-birth abortion. You can read about Barack Obama’s record on the Born Alive Infant Protection Act here, on Jill Stanek’s webpage.
Remember, he said it was above his pay grade.
One question: if the videos are so “fraudulent” and are not really incriminating, then why was it so important for StemExpress to publicly go to court, draw attention to itself, and suppress the video?