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The video I link to below is an undercover video where a woman who is 23.5 weeks pregnant goes to an Arizona Planned Parenthood clinic under the guise of seeking an abortion. While filling out the paperwork, she asks various medical staff what happens if the baby survives the abortion. They describe, with unnerving clinical coldness, babies being sucked out of the womb in pieces and occasionally surviving - only to be left to die on the table. It's particularly gruesome, yet they talk about it so indifferently, like in their minds it's still not a human being. They counsel her that the "humane" thing to do is to get an injection to "stop the fetal heart" before the procedure. Even then, they say, some infants will survive. They assure her though, that they will do nothing to resuscitate the baby born alive.

We talked in another thread about the pro-life movement getting more brazen and lifting the gruesome lid on the abortion industry. This video does just that and IMO needs to be trumpeted from the rooftops. This is now my third post trying to get your attention on this and hopefully this one does just that. I thought "I'll try this one more time - in the top post on this site and - if this doesn't work, I'll assume that everyone here has already seen this video and thus it's 'old news'".

Anyway here it is...

Inhuman: Undercover in America's Late-Term Abortion Industry - Arizona

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