Vicki Saporta is retiring after 23 years as a CEO and is proud of her work. While they normally would make sense in any other industry — it’s particularly disgusting when the CEO heads the biggest trade group of abortion companies in the United States.
Saporta has been the president and CEO of the National Abortion Federation for over two decades and she is finally going to step down in June. The abortion clinics that are a part of the National Abortion Federation have combined to kill millions of unborn babies — but in a statement today she said she’s proud of what the abortion business alliance has accomplished, including ending the lives of little boys and girls before birth.
Saporta announced her plans to retire in June 2019, saying, “It has been a great privilege to lead this organization and work alongside so many courageous abortion providers and dedicated advocates to help ensure that women can access quality abortion care. NAF and our members make such an important difference in the lives of so many people, and I am proud of what we have together accomplished in the past two decades.”
She specifically lists as a highlight of her career the killing of millions of babies (and some women) by the dangerous mifepristone abortion drug: “Led the introduction of mifepristone (medical abortion pill) in the United States and Canada. Since 2000, more than 3 million women in the United States have safely and effectively used mifepristone to terminate a pregnancy.”
“During the past 23 years, Vicki has taken an innovative approach to every program area at NAF and has been a creative and courageous advocate for abortion providers and women seeking this care under extremely challenging conditions,” said Dr. Sue Carlisle, Chair of the NAF Board of Directors. “We appreciate Vicki’s outstanding and tireless leadership, which has well-positioned NAF to continue our work to ensure abortion is safe, legal, and accessible.”
Innovative apparently includes the buying and selling of aborted babies.
The National Abortion Federation was a key player in the scandal involving Planned Parenthood in the rest of the abortion industry where abortion clinics were caught on undercover video discussing how they buy and sell the body parts of aborted babies. And it’s still fighting to censor David Daleiden and prevent him from releasing additional footage.
In 2016, the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released an undercover video in an effort to further expose the abortion industry’s role in harvesting aborted baby parts. The video captured National Abortion Federation (NAF) representatives calling money for tissue a “win-win” and expressed relief that CMP could rid them of aborted baby leftovers after trouble with other “disposal services.
In the video, a CMP investigator posing as representative of BioMax, a fake fetal tissue “procurement” company, introduced the topic of fetal tissue research to NAF representatives.
The video also featured short clips (many taken from previous CMP videos) of Vicki Saporta, executive director and CEO of NAF, Deborah VanDerhei, national director of the Consortium of Abortion Providers (CAPS) at Planned Parenthood and Cate Dyer, CEO of StemExpress.
CMP Project Lead David Daleiden released the following statement along with the video:
From the very first moment the National Abortion Federation met purported baby parts traffickers in our investigative journalism study, NAF was eager for them to attend its meetings and pay its member clinics for fetal body parts.
Multiple Planned Parenthood executives and the leadership of StemExpress told our investigators many times that NAF was a key partner for fetal tissue harvesting. The fact is, the National Abortion Federation is a key accomplice in Planned Parenthood and StemExpress’ scheme to profit off baby body parts, and for this reason they are desperate to suppress the freedom of the citizen press and cover up the evidence of their illicit dealings.
Over the years, Saporta has made some interesting comments such as the time when she defended killing unborn babies with Down Syndrome.
NAF attacked a Pennsylvania bill that would prohibit abortions on one of the groups most discriminated against in the world today – children with Down syndrome. Saporta told the Reading Eagle they oppose the bill – and any other legislation that restricts abortions.
“You would think this is a huge problem in the United States,” she said in response to a large pro-life, pro-disability rights rally Monday at the Pennsylvania Capitol. “We believe women should be able to make their own decisions about unwanted and unplanned pregnancy.”
The NAF also opposes sex-selection abortion bans, another non-discrimination measure that Pennsylvania adopted more than two decades ago.
“Women in Pennsylvania deserve the autonomy and dignity to act in accordance with their own personal convictions and to decide what is best for their own lives and families,” Saporta told the newspaper. “Politicians have no place in that decision. This is just another way for politicians to insert themselves into women’s private medical decisions.”
In other words, women should be allowed to discriminate against their own children via deadly means as long as their children are not born yet. Good thing she’s retiring.