SCOTUS Sides with Planned Parenthood — Lib Media Says Undercover Baby Parts Videos Were Discredited(?)
The video caught a Planned Parenthood medical director discussing how the abortion company sells fully intact aborted babies.
The liberal media worked overtime to hide these gruesome practices from the American public. They had to. The selling of baby body parts is so utterly grotesque and barbaric.
When conservatives compared what Planned Parenthood is doing to Nazi laboratory experiments, they were not exaggerating. Planned Parenthood was caught butchering babies for body parts. It is like watching a horror movie in real life.
Following the release of this very troubling video series a number of states took action against Planned Parenthood. The states banned Medicaid patients from using the group’s services. That’s when liberal activists took action and sued the states. The patients wanted the right to use Planned Parenthood’s services.
Planned Parenthood receives millions of dollars a year from the US government and uses their money to campaign for Democrats.
On Monday the Supreme Court left lower court victories intact for Planned Parenthood.
Justices Kavanagh and Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal judges.
The liberal hacks then at NBC came out in their report to say the Planned Parenthood baby parts video were discredited.
This is a lie – More fake news from the liberal media.
NBC News reported:
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left lower court victories intact for Planned Parenthood in a legal battle with states over access by Medicaid patients to the group’s services.
The dispute did not involve abortion, but the action by the justices keeps a hot-button political issue off the docket. Three of the court’s conservatives said the court should have taken the case.
After an anti-abortion group released videos in 2015 that purported to show officials from Planned Parenthood talking about selling fetal tissue, several states immediately terminated Medicaid provider agreements with the group’s affiliates. The videos were largely discredited, but the states involved said they found the allegations troubling.
Medicaid patients in Kansas and Louisiana, two of the states that took action against Planned Parenthood, claimed the states violated Medicaid’s requirement that patients must be free to seek their health care from any qualified and willing provider. They sued, and lower federal courts found in their favor, entering injunctions that ordered those states to lift their bans.
In declining to take up the states’ appeals, the Supreme Court’s action on Monday leaves those lower court victories for the Medicaid patients in place.