Valin Posted August 27, 2015 Share Posted August 27, 2015 Real Clear Politics: Heather Wilhelm August 27, 2015 On Wednesday morning, many Americans witnessed a horrifying, graphic, and evil act, broadcast on live TV. In Moneta, Va., a 24-year-old reporter and a 27-year-old cameraman were cruelly gunned down by a disturbed former co-worker—while the cameras were rolling. (Snip) In the coming days, we will hear heated arguments about what this killing means, exactly which political agenda it should be twisted to fulfill, and what it ultimately says about us. There is one point that no one will debate, however, unless they fall among the still-slender ranks of proud nihilism or the profoundly deranged: This was a nightmarish act. It was premeditated murder, plain and simple. Two human beings who were loved and cherished are gone. Earlier in the week, a different video surfaced, also purporting to present a moral horror—but in this case, not everyone agrees. On Tuesday, the Center for Medical Progress, which has spent the summer crusading against Planned Parenthood’s massive nationwide abortion network, released its eighth undercover expose. This video features Cate Dyer, the CEO of StemExpress, who casually discusses buying fetal body parts for research—and whose organization had previously and unsuccessfully filed a restraining order in an attempt to keep the unflattering “sting” productions from the public eye. If you watch the latest video, you can quickly see why its unwitting stars are not pleased.....................................(Snip) Quibble about the details if you will—and believe me, with this topic, we shall see eternal quibbling about the details, while the growing pile of tiny corpses is studiously ignored—but one thing is clear: In order for America’s abortion-on-demand industry to survive, it needs some serious smoke and mirrors. “They’ll open the box and go, ‘Oh, God!’” Dyer laughs, describing how “so many of the academic labs cannot fly” with the macabre surprise of receiving baby parts in the mail. “It’s almost like they don’t want to know where it comes from. I can see that. Where they’re like, ‘We need limbs, but no hands and feet need to be attached.’” (Snip) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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