Facebook Censors New Video Exposing Planned Parenthood Doc Admitting Babies Born Alive are Killed

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Mar 29, 2017   |   6:00PM   |   Washington, DC

The social media giant Facebook is censoring an advertisement from LifeNews.com promoting our news story about a shocking new undercover a video that exposes a Planned Parenthood medical director admitting that babies born alive after abortion are sometimes killed.

The top Planned Parenthood official is caught on video essentially admitting that it “depends on who is in the room” as to whether or not a baby who is born alive after a failed abortion is taken to the hospital or left to die.

Facebook rejected a boost post of the story in our attempt to bring it to more of the nearly 1 million people who are fans of the LifeNews.com Facebook page. The reason? Facebook asserts that the headline of the story contains a “false or deceptive claim.” Facebook doesn’t say whatnis supposedly “false or deceptive” and has yet to respond to a support email requesting additional information.


Never mind that the claim is entirely accurate.

The new undercover video shows DeShawn Taylor, previous Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of Arizona and longtime abortion practitioner at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, graphically describing how to deliver intact fetuses in late-term abortions to harvest high-quality body parts, and indicating possible cover-up of infanticide.

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At a networking reception at a Planned Parenthood conference, CMP investigators posing as buyers from a biotech company are introduced to Dr. Taylor by Dr. Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Senior Director of Medical Services.

Taylor explains to the investigators, “In Arizona, if the fetus comes out with any signs of life, we’re supposed to transport it. To the hospital.” When one investigator then asks, “Is there any standard procedure for verifying signs of of life?”

Taylor replies, “Well, the thing is, I mean the key is, you need to pay attention to who’s in the room, right?”

Taylor then laughs as she repeats what the Arizona law requires, and says, “It’s a mess. It’s a mess.”