Planned Parenthood Sex Trafficking Coverup May Prompt Christie Veto

State   Steven Ertelt   Feb 1, 2011   |   1:36PM    Trenton, NJ

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may be much more likely to veto again a bill that compels state residents to fund Planned Parenthood centers now that a new expose’ has gone public showing the abortion business covering up sexual trafficking.

A new undercover video shows Planned Parenthood officials, in New Jersey, telling a pimp and his prostitute assistant how they can get abortions for young teenage girls who Planned Parenthood officials are informed are Asians in the country illegally and forced into the sex trade.

The Perth Amboy abortion center where the video is filmed is the second-largest Planned Parenthood center operated by Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey and the abortion business plans to double its number of abortion centers in the state.

But, the video comes as Governor Christie, who has already yanked state taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood, has a bill the state legislature has sent him to restore those family planning funds. Marie Tasy, Executive Director for New Jersey Right to Life, tells LifeNews.com the new video should make it easy for the governor to veto the bill.

“Over the last year, several New Jersey lawmakers endorsed by Planned Parenthood have continued to defy the Governor and push legislation to use taxpayer money to fund these clinics,” she said. “” Using buzz words and phrases like ‘gender equity’ and ‘poor women’s access to health care,’ these lawmakers have invoked ‘mothers, daughters, wives, sisters and friends who may one day find themselves without health care’ to try to obtain support for their misguided attempts to fund Planned Parenthood.”

“After viewing this video, we ask, who in their right mind would trust their mother, wife, sister, friend and especially their minor daughter to Planned Parenthood?” she asked.

“New Jersey taxpayers and every state and federal elected official and law enforcement agency throughout this country should be outraged that an organization claiming to conduct ‘extensive community outreach’ has been caught on tape doing everything in its power to conceal the sexual abuse and exploitation of girls as young as 14,” said Tasy. “When Planned Parenthood says they provide ‘family planning’ services and brags that ‘we welcome everyone — regardless of race, age, income, sexual orientation, or disability,’ what they really mean is that they’re willing to make money on anyone, even child sex slaves.”

“We thank Governor Christie for vetoing legislation in July which would have restored $7.6 million in funds to Planned Parenthood and urge him to veto A3273/S2393 so that the state of NJ and its taxpayers will not be complicit in the exploitation of poor women and minors under the pretense of ‘women’s health,'” Tasy told LifeNews.

Tasy says New Jersey Right to Life is urging state officials including the district attorney and the New Jersey attorney general to immediately launch a complete investigation into Planned Parenthood clinics and the Metropolitan Medical Association abortion business in Englewood, New Jersey that Planned Parenthood referred the sex traffickers to in the video.

She is also asking Assembly Speaker Oliver and Senate President Sweeney to protect minor girls in the state by scheduling hearings on ACR71/SCR99, the Parental Notification Constitutional Amendment.

Christie headlined a pro-life rally marking the recent anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that allowed virtually unlimited abortions.