Planned Parenthood Thinks It Uncovered Next Live Action Expose’

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Oct 15, 2012   |   6:54PM   |   Washington, DC

Leading pro-abortion groups are sounding the alarm today to the liberal Huffington Post about what they think is the next expose’ video from Live Action, which has repeatedly exposed problems at Planned Parenthood.

The group that has caught Planned Parenthood officials doing everything from aiding in the arranging of abortions for sex-trafficking victims to failing to report statutory rape to accepting donations to kill black babies in abortions, is supposedly involved in a new expose’ of some of the nation’s top pro-abortion advocacy groups.

Here’s what they told the pro-abortion Huffington Post today:

Live Action, which most recently tried to catch Planned Parenthood facilitating sex-selective abortions in April, sent a woman posing as the owner of a Malibu, Calif., abortion clinic to meet with at least four women’s health advocacy organizations — Planned Parenthood Action Fund, NARAL Pro-Choice America, EMILY’s List and Priorities USA — during the first week of October. The woman called herself “Wendy Reed,” presented a business card with that name on it, and promised to make a “substantial donation” to each organization if they agreed to meet with her and answer her questions, the organizations confirmed to The Huffington Post.

The woman asked each organization a similar pattern of questions having to do with President Barack Obama’s plans for abortion policy in his second term. She asked whether the groups expected him to repeal the long-standing Hyde Amendment, which prevents the use of federal funds to pay for abortions, and whether they or the president supports late-term abortions, or so-called partial birth abortions. She also inquired about the groups’ political strategies and pressed for information about how closely the groups worked with the Obama campaign.

All of the organizations said they immediately suspected that the woman was not a legitimate donor.

PPAF became so suspicious of the woman that they set up a second meeting with her to get a better image of her face on the security camera.

LifeNews contacted Lila Rose, the head of Live Action, who challenged the groups to come forward with evidence they think supports its claim Live Action is engaging in another round of investigative videos.



“If these pro-abortion groups were as “on to us” as they claim, they should have filmed the encounters themselves. And if Planned Parenthood and their pro-abortion allies stand by everything they said, they should proudly release the tapes and educate the public,” she said.

Time will tell whether any Live Action videos emerge soon related to the elections, but the HuffPo article follows a similar pattern the Planned Parenthood abortion business engaged in earlier this year — when it went to a friendly reporter at the Washington Post to try to do damage control on the sex-trafficking videos before they emerged. Are pro-abortion groups sounding the alarm again seeing to try to spin what could be very damaging expose’ videos?

Planned Parenthood also sought to sound the alarm earlier this year on another potential expose’. Planned Parenthood told the Huffington Post it may be facing another campaign from Live Action to expose its practices on how it would handle someone seeking a sex-selection abortion.