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Imagine the sanity of a country that pays for jihadis to learn how to drive an 80,000 pound missile of death. Meet Amir Meshal, Minnesota's newest Class A trucking licensee, and member of the DHS "No Fly" club.
A Minnesota man, who Homeland Security identifies as a terror suspect who is on the "No Fly" list, now has his Class A commercial license, which will allow him to drive semi-trucks.
The FOX 9 Investigators revealed last May that Amir Meshal was attempting to get his Class A license from a South St. Paul Truck Driving School. The $4,000 tuition was paid for through the state workforce program.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety confirms he was granted the license after passing a road test on August 8.
Getting taxpayers to underwrite his training was a nice touch, eh?
But wait, there's more.
A spokesperson said Meshal has also applied for a school bus endorsement.
Instant hostages! Like lambs to the slaughter.
By now you're asking yourself, how could this happen?
Here's how. Four letters: A. C. L. U.
The ACLU recently sued TSA and Homeland Security to have Meshal removed from the "No Fly" list. But Homeland Security responded in a letter obtained by the FOX 9 Investigators that Meshal, "may be a threat to civil aviation or national security," adding that, "It has been determined that you (Amir Meshal) are an individual who represents a threat of engaging in or conducting a violent act of terrorism and who is operationally capable of doing so."
Yeah, I'd say he's "operationally capable" of "conducting a violent act of terrorism" alright. Maybe by loading up a truck full of explosives, or worse, and driving it into a shopping mall. Because before truck driver school, he spent time at Jihad U.
In 2007, Meshal, a U.S. citizen of Egyptian descent, was arrested in Kenya by the FBI, suspected of leaving a terror training camp in Somalia.
In May 2014, Meshal was removed and trespassed from a Bloomington, Minn. mosque, Al Farooq, after he was suspected of radicalizing young people who would later travel to Syria. According to the police report, religious leaders said, "We have concerns about Meshal interacting with our youth." Meshal had previously been asked to leave an Eden Prairie, Minn. mosque for similar reasons.
Sounds like a real "mom and apple pie" kind of guy. Definitely someone who deserves to be entrusted with the keys to an 18 wheel behemoth, or the bus carrying your kids to school.
What could go wrong?
In some fashionable circles carbon credits are useful, mainly for "printing money." However, their ability to actually reduce greenhouse gas emissions turns out to be just so much hot air.
That's the finding of a new report from the Stockholm Environment Institute, which investigated carbon credits used to offset greenhouse gas emissions under a UN scheme. As one of the co-authors of the report put it, issuing these credits "was like printing money."
Here's the scoop from The BBC:
As a result of political horse trading at UN negotiations on climate change, countries like Russia and the Ukraine were allowed to create carbon credits from activities like curbing coal waste fires, or restricting gas emissions from petroleum production. Under the UN scheme, called Joint Implementation, they then were able to sell those credits to the European Union's carbon market. Companies bought the offsets rather than making their own more expensive, emissions cuts.
But this study, from the Stockholm Environment Institute, says the vast majority of Russian and Ukrainian credits were in fact, "hot air" — no actual emissions were reduced.
In other words, carbon credits are a total farce.
You'll note that this is essentially the same scheme being pushed by Barack Obama and his Green Goons at the EPA. The "right people" get richer, and the environment gets hosed.
Perhaps worst of all are the perverse incentives the SEI report alleges these credit swaps have created for actually increasing emissions. According to a study released in the journal Nature Climate Change, plants in Russia "increased waste gas generation to unprecedented levels once they could generate credits from producing more waste gas," resulting in an increase in emissions as large as 600 million tons of carbon dioxide — roughly half the amount the EU's ETS intends to reduce from 2013 to 2030.
Pretend to save the planet by generating more CO2, all while profiting handsomely! What's not to like?
On the plus side, given this context, Obama spewing a few tons of CO2 flying Air Force One to Vegas so he can lecture us about reducing our greenhouse gas emissions doesn't seem so out of line. Because hey, if his Euroweenie buddies can get away with paying lip service to the gods of Climate Change, why should he bother to practice what he preaches?
Oh, and don't forget how George Soros is "suddenly" buying up coal company stocks, at fire sale prices. Prices engineered by Barack Obama. The profits from which Soros will then use to help put Hillary Clinton in the White House, and probably underwrite a good chunk of Obama's "post-presidency" to boot.
Yes kids, Climate Change is a fraud. And we're the marks.
Bob Menendez repeatedly said he didn't have sex with prostitutes. He even labeled the accusations a right wing smear campaign instigated by conservative media outlets.
But as it turns out, where there was smoke, there was indeed fire.
When federal agents looking into health care fraud searched the office of Florida eye doctor Solomon Melgen in January 2013, they found references to U.S. Senator Robert Menendez scattered all around.
There was a black notebook, found on the bottom shelf of a bookcase, according to court records. In it, agents found what "looked to be a ledger of prostitution activities," FBI Special Agent Gregory Sheehy wrote in a court affidavit. Menendez's name also appeared in the notebook, along with his phone number, Sheehy wrote.
Sheehy later filed a more detailed affidavit that discussed the notebook, which he said included the names of numerous women, many "denoted simply by a single name in quotation marks." Most included a phone number next to their name, and a few mentioned a nationality, Sheehy wrote in the affidavit. There were also names of men, including Menendez, Sheehy said. The senator's name appeared on nine separate pages.
Now why do you suppose Bob's good buddy, a guy who Bob did so many favors for, would keep records of Bob's dalliances with ladies of the evening?
Can you say "insurance?"
Sure, I knew you could.
Bob Menendez was bought and paid for, and Dr. Melgen wanted to ensure that Bob stayed bought and paid for. Quid pro ho, to coin a phrase.
And, according to the New York Daily News, some of Bob's sexual partners were under the age of 18.
But in a motion Monday asking the judge to ignore the defense arguments, Justice Department lawyers say the hooker allegations "were not so easily disprovable as the defendants suggest."
Prosecutors used the defense claims to highlight previously undisclosed tidbits on Menendez's pursuit of younger woman.
The lawyers say their investigation resulted from "specific, corroborated allegations that defendants Menendez and Melgen had sex with underage prostitutes in the Dominican Republic."
Bob Menendez, the Jared Fogle of the US Senate.
Which might explain why Tom Moran and the Star-Ledger are so gung-ho to rehabilitate the reputation of Bob Torricelli. Their editorial reads like a love letter to an old flame.
If indeed Menendez goes down, it's a safe bet that Torricelli will throw himself back in the game. And if there is a smarter politician in this state, on politics or policy, then we have yet to meet.
Sheesh, get a room.
But hey, if there's one thing NJ Democrats are good at, it's replacing one
corrupt politician with another. After all, they have an endless supply.
Tonight Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally at the Ladd Peebles Stadium, home to the University of South Alabama's football team. Thirty to forty thousand people are expected to attend.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is again moving his Friday evening rally in Mobile, Ala., to a venue with more seating amid overwhelming demand, according to a Thursday news report.
Trump had already moved from the Mobile Civic Center Theater to the center's main arena, which has a capacity of 14,000. Tickets for Trump's stop were selling so quickly, however, another venue move was needed.
"It's going to end up at 30 to 40 thousand people in Alabama," Trump said this week.
Ladd Peebles Stadium hosts the South Alabama Jaguars's home games, as well as two college bowl games a season. The sporting arena reportedly has maximum capacity of 50,000 people.
London bookmakers now have Trump's odds of winning the GOP nomination at 7 to 2, only slightly behind Jeb Bush.
Of course, Jeb Bush couldn't attract 40,000 supporters if he gave away free NoDoz.
"Right down the road we have Jeb," he said of the former Florida governor, who was hosting his own event in nearby Derry.
"Very small crowd ... you know what's happening to Jeb's crowd right down the street?" Trump asked. "They're sleeping now. I don't see how he's electable."
Of course Jeb's wimpy, whiny, guilty-white-"moderate" GOP establishment
losers supporters don't see how Trump is electable either.
One group is wrong.
I'm starting to think it's not Team Trump.
That is, Donald Trump is on to something. And as he racks up the crowds he's also slowly trading the bombast for sensible sound bites.
For example, here's how he answered the charge he's really a closet Democrat in a recent one-on-one interview with John Hawkins of Right Wing News.
Well, the first thing I'd say is Ronald Reagan was a Democrat, actually with a very liberal bent and he became a Republican conservative and he was somebody I knew and liked and got along with very well. But, you know, I think it's important to know I grew up…I started in Queens, but I moved into Manhattan as a young man into a small studio apartment in Manhattan. And everybody in Manhattan, you know, it's a Democrat area.
That's what they have. They have Democrats and …Republicans are……you can forget it. If you're the Democrat primary winner, you automatically win the election. So you grow up with that and, of course, I wasn't thinking very much in terms of politics. I was a businessman and the reason I gave to everybody was because it ended up that I was a world-class businessman. You know, I built a great company and when you're a businessman, you give to everybody. You don't say, "Oh, gee, I'm not going to give." You give to everybody. I think that hurdle has totally been passed, John. You know people understand it and they dig it. Actually they dig it. And I'm honest about it. I say, hey, look, and that's part of the problem of the system because if you look right now with Jeb Bush and all these guys, they've got all this money raised and everybody that gives them money has tremendous power over them. I mean they're like puppets. They're like total puppets and I don't need money. I use my own money and these people are totally controlled by their donors and their special interests and their lobbyists — and nobody knows the system better than I do. I mean I'm a professional at this system and it's a system that has to be changed.
The first step in solving the problem is recognizing that there is a problem.
The second step is putting yourself in a position to solve the problem.
Washington can't be fixed from the outside. But it's going to take an outsider to fix it. Which is why the outsiders are gaining so much traction. When you look at the latest opinion polls the establishment guys are taking a beating.
A month ago, what I'll call the Not-Washington Crowd of candidates — Trump, neurosurgeon Benjamin Carson and businesswoman Carly Fiorina, plus anti-establishment Sen. Ted Cruz — collectively got about 38 percent of voters, excluding undecideds, in the Huffington Post Pollster Average. Eight current or ex-governors got a combined 45 percent.
Now, the tables have more than turned. The Not-Washington Crowd has 50 percent, and the governors have fallen to 35 percent.
The biggest risers have been Trump, Fiorina and Carson, in that order. The biggest drops: Scott Walker, then Jeb Bush. (Everyone else in the 17-person field has been virtually flat.)
Voters have been drawn to Trump, I think, for a few reasons. To some extent, it's as simple as this: People are angry, Trump knows it, and he's s conducting a master class in Madison Avenue-style persuasion, as Dilbert creator Scott Adams recently detailed on his blog. (Who else but a cartoonist could explain this campaign?)
But the success of the other Not-Washington folks, at the expense of those long deemed front-runners, also looks like a considered vote of no-confidence in the governing class. A lot of voters no longer believe politicians can fix government. They see Trump's "Make America Great Again" ball cap and think the hat might be cheesy, but the slogan is dead-on. It's much the same sentiment, albeit not the exact playbook, that turned David Perdue into Georgia's junior senator last year.
America is on the ropes.
Trump's been on the ropes, and he's bounced back.
America will be great again. And Donald Trump just may be the guy who can make it happen.
Hillary's Clinton's email security plan: what happens in the bathroom stays in the bathroom.
The IT company Hilary Clinton chose to maintain her private email account was run from a loft apartment and its servers were housed in the bathroom closet, Daily Mail Online can reveal.
Daily Mail Online tracked down ex-employees of Platte River Networks in Denver, Colorado, who revealed the outfit's strong links to the Democratic Party but expressed shock that the 2016 presidential candidate chose the small private company for such a sensitive job.
One, Tera Dadiotis, called it 'a mom and pop shop' which was an excellent place to work, but hardly seemed likely to be used to secure state secrets. And Tom Welch, who helped found the company, confirmed the servers were in a bathroom closet.
Sure makes it easy to flush the evidence!
And talk about the shit hitting the fan...
Because, really, this stinks.
But now we know what Hillary means by "data dump."
Maybe she thought the Internet was just a series of tubes.
Gee, I'm on a roll here!
Sadly though, almost no one is surprised by Her Majesty's complete disregard
for even the most rudimentary security measures. It's amost like she
wants America to go down the drain.
Is there anyone in the Democratic Party who isn't old, white, and past retirement age? Because c'mon, Al Gore? For president? Again?
The best sign that Hillary is in trouble is that even Al Gore insiders are talking up a potential run.
Because why re-enact Bush vs Clinton when you can generate Real Excitement with Round 2 of Bush vs Gore? Florida, here we come!
Supporters of Al Gore have begun a round of conversations among themselves and with the former vice president about his running for president in 2016, the latest sign that top Democrats have serious doubts that Hillary Clinton is a sure thing.
Gore, 67, won the popular vote in the 2000 election, and has been mentioned as a possible candidate in every contested Democratic primary since then. He instead spent much of the 2000s focused on environmental campaigning and business ventures. He has largely slipped out of public view more recent years.
"But in recent days, they're getting the old gang together," a senior Democrat told BuzzFeed News.
"They're figuring out if there's a path financially and politically," the Democrat said. "It feels more real than it has in the past months."
Democrats: yesterday's candidates, tomorrow!
In other words, they're fresh out of new ideas. Bring on the retreads!
Or rather, trade one old tired retread (Hillary) for another (Gore, or Biden).
Because, all that talk about "diversity" nonwithstanding, they're really the party of Old White Folks Who Want To Be President.
Hillary Clinton? Old white gal (67).
Bernie Sanders? Old white guy (73).
Jim Webb? Old white guy (69).
Lincoln Chaffee? Old white guy (62).
Joe Biden? Old white guy (72).
Al Gore? Old white guy (67).
Martin O'Malley? Middle aged white guy (52).
Elizabeth Warren? Old white gal, pretending to be Native American (66).
That Obama fellow sure seems like a one-off, eh? Maybe, even a token minority dude to fool the low-information voters. Two terms for the young, hip, black guy, and it's right back to their stronghold of old white people.
Meanwhile, it's the Republicans who demonstrate actual diversity in their candidates. Five minorities (African-American, Indian-American, Latino). And no one over the age of 70. Heck, they've even got seven folks younger than me running. Plus a woman who's actually got real world experience working with, and for, average Americans.
But let's not jump to conclusions. I'm sure not all Democrats are closet
racists. Just the ones who pick their presidential candidates.
Democrats are worried that the furor surrounding Hillary Clinton's private email server will be prolonged and intensified after her sudden move to hand it over to the FBI.
The Clinton campaign's decision to give up the server and a thumb drive containing backup copies of emails left Democrats scratching their heads as to why the former secretary of State had resisted for months turning over the server.
Coupled with new polls that suggest Clinton is vulnerable, Democrats are nearing full-on panic mode.
"I'm not sure they completely understand the credibility they are losing, by the second," said one Democratic strategist, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "At some point this goes from being something you can rationalize away to something that becomes political cancer. And we are getting pretty close to the cancer stage, because this is starting to get ridiculous."
Buying a book on how to permanently delete emails probably didn't help her cause either.
So as the FBI zeroes in, Huma Abedin lawyers up.
Politico reports today that Huma Abedin has a team of lawyers on the case as she comes under scrutiny from both Congress and federal judges probing the evasion of FOIA demands during Hillary's tenure — and Abedin's unusual financial arrangements at State.
And don't forget Cheryl Mills and her bald-faced pledge to delete all of her emails in defiance of both congressional and court orders.
A fish rots from the head. And they can smell the rot in Camp Chappaqua all the way down in Joe Biden's Vice Presidential vacation retreat.
Vice President Joe Biden is using part of his vacation in South Carolina this week to sound out friends and family about a presidential bid, as some Democrats press him to enter the race and give the party another option in the face of lingering controversies involving Hillary Clinton.
From his vacation spot on Kiawah Island, Mr. Biden is giving the strongest signal yet that he is actively considering making a third run at the presidency. He is asking political allies for advice and gauging the strength of Mrs. Clinton's campaign as he weighs his options, people familiar with the matter said. Mr. Biden is expected to announce his decision next month.
"He's taking input from a lot of people he cares about and respects," said James Smith, a South Carolina legislator and Biden supporter who said he has urged the vice president to run. "He knows where I stand. It's just got to be his decision."
Because one septuagenarian white guy in the race isn't enough.
Joe Biden isn't the Democrats' Great White Hope. He might be testing the waters, but it's Elizabeth Warren who's standing by, patiently waiting for The Call.
Warren bowed out of this race months ago in deference to Hillary. But now that Hillary is mortally wounded, I can already see the "heroic" press conference. I could write the script.
Elizabeth Warren will step up to the podium and say, "I've been a fighter for underdogs my entire life. I've fought for women, African Americans, Hispanics, gays, unions, the poor, the working class, mothers on welfare, children without enough food to eat. In light of Hillary Clinton's distractions, I have decided for the good of this country and my party to re-think my decision. I believe my party needs me. I believe my country needs me. Consumers need me. The working class needs me. So…I've decided to enter the race for president of the United States."
And just like that … Hillary is done.
Warren fires up the Democrats looney-lefty base even moreso than Barack Obama. She can preach about the "War On Women" far better than Hillary ever could. And she embodies all the Democrats' perpetually angry grievance groups in one (admittedly fake) bundle of populist mendacity. But what else would you expect from the self-appointed grandmother of Occupy Wall Street, right?
Forget Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren is the perfect purveyor of the Moocher Class mantra — Free Stuff for us! That's why all my ultra-liberal friends, who currently voice tepid but as of yet unwavering support for Hillary Clinton, swoon with dreamy eyes whenever her name is mentioned. Elizabeth Warren is the Democrats' new, and definitely improved messiah.
She'll lead them to the Promised Land. Or so they'd like to believe.
Funny thing though. Wasn't that Obama fellow supposed to do that too?
Bristol Palin nails it: enough already with the Republican "outrage industry."
It's official. I used to use this blog to point out how liberals use the "outrage industry" to manipulate people and keep their power. Now Republicans are just as bad.
They're doing the MSM's dirty work, for free! Especially Erick Erickson and his merry band of RedState rowdies. And of course, Fox News. Which means that no one is taking shots at Obama and Hillary, because they're too busy stabbing each other in the back.
I don't endorse everything Donald Trump says or does… Mainly because I actually have to work for a living and I don't pay as much attention to politics as professional pundits. But I know that I hate the "politics of outrage" that people engage in.
Give me a break.
We only have so many opportunities to hear from the fifty million candidates who are apparently running for President. And we get the Fox moderators asking questions that the New York Times applauds? Please. Let's don't use the Democratic "war on women" talking points when we have ISIS to worry about.
Let's focus on winning the election, not winning accolades from the New York Times.
Dear GOP: Write down that last line so you don't forget: "Let's focus on winning the election, not winning accolades from the New York Times."
Why do we have 17 candidates playing circular firing squad and dancing to the Democrat media mavens' tune? Because Donald Trump said something impolitic?
Cue the fainting couches.
Here's a thought. Talk about what's really important. Obama and Hillary's foreign policy disasters. Unemployment. Jobs. Obamacare. Crippling EPA regulations. Activist judges. Illegal immigration.
Donald Trump's spat with Megyn Kelly isn't even in the same time zone as any of that stuff.
Because here's the thing. While all you knuckleheads are busy being distracted, Hillary is deleting emails and obstructing justice. And Barack Obama is giving The Bomb to Iran while falling into the cesspit of anti-Semitism.
But hey, let's talk about Megyn Kelly's menstrual cycles.
I'm with Bristol: Give me a break.
Fortunately, Ted Cruz still has his eye on the prize.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday warned that the Republican presidential candidates who are slamming Donald Trump do so at their political peril.
"I would … note that an awful lot of Republicans, including other Republican candidates, have gone out of their way to smack Donald Trump with a stick. Now I think that's just foolish," he said.
Asked why, Cruz paused and then replied, "Donald Trump had a rally in Phoenix, Ariz. [to which] between 10 and 20 thousand people came out. When you attack and vilify the people at that rally as crazies, it does nothing to help Republicans win in 2016. I'd like every single person at that rally to show up and vote in 2016, knock on doors with energy and passion, and turn this country around. If Washington politicians show contempt and condescension to those [voters,] that is a path to losing at the ballot box."
Right on Senator.
Yeah, I know, you guys really want me to comment on last night's cattle-call debates. Here goes: Carly won.
Now on to the news.
While you were watching Megyn Kelly bait Donald Trump for laughs and ratings, our Dear Leader was busy doubling down on his "Republicans and Iranian mullahs are two sides of the same coin" Orwellian claptrap.
Obama's "common cause" argument rests on several factual premises that seem to us obviously false, and that certainly are not obviously true — among them, that Republicans desire war, that there is a meaningful distinction between "Iranian hard-liners" and the Iranian regime, and that those hard-liners would prefer American military action to American appeasement.
But there is an even more basic objection to Obama's statement. Assume for the sake of argument that the "Iranian hard-liners" and the Republicans really do want an all-out military confrontation. Now, consider an example from history when such a result actually obtained. On Dec. 7, 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. On Dec. 8, Congress declared war on Japan. Would it make any sense to say that the Japanese and the U.S. Congress had made "common cause"?
Obama is equating mutual antagonism with its opposite, "common cause." Again, Orwell put it more pithily: War is peace.
Because Obama is the center of his universe. If you are not with him, you are against him. And, everyone who is "against" him must be acting in concert.
Which means Chuck Schumer is a Republican now. LOL.
It's all part and parcel of Obama The Petulant.
Lame duck Obama no longer cares about even the appearance of civility with Republicans, or any Democrat who dares to oppose him. His gloves are now off, it's all personal to him (and his worshippers), and his radical ideological agenda is on full display. It's full Orwell, replete with blatant lies, rewriting of history, and assault on the fabric of society itself. Obama is a bully, with a bully pulpit, and he doesn't give a damn about the Constitution or its founding principles, which he thinks is deeply flawed. He has done more to damage the Constitution, the economy, and societal unity than all prior presidents combined.
That's what "fundamentally transforming" America means to him: Burn it down.
Which, to utilize his own twisted logic, puts Obama firmly in "common cause" with every rogue regime, terrorist group, radical Islamist, and Marxist revolutionary worldwide. Hence we get rapproachment with Cuba and Iran while shunning Great Britain and Israel. We get subservience to Vladmir Putin's expansionist aggression while gutting our own military capabilities. We get the rise of ISIS, the disintegration of Libya, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, a resurgent China, and saber-rattling in Argentina while our erstwhile Commander in Chief plays golf with celebrities. Not to mention crippling deficits, a moribund economy, and bureaucratic tyranny on an unprecedented scale while he demonizes patriotism and slanders local law enforcement.
In short, if Obama wasn't actively trying to destroy everything America and Americans have ever stood for, what exactly would he doing differently?
And if you wanted to see him "succeed," who better to lead the country down
the rabbit hole than stealth-Clinton-crony Donald J. Trump?
With Obamunism, it's Expect The Unexpected!
U.S. private employers hired 185,000 workers in July, which was the smallest increase since April and reduced expectations of a strong jobs reading in the government's payrolls report due Friday, according to a payrolls processor on Wednesday.
Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast the ADP National Employment Report would show a gain of 215,000 private jobs in July.
June private payroll gains in June were revised down to 229,000 from an originally reported 237,000 increase, which was the biggest rise since December.
So they lied to us again? The June jobs report was too good to be true, and in fact it wasn't true at all.
Cue my shocked face.
Then we see that their July estimates were also too rosy by far. And going by these, ahem, experts' track record, come September that 185,000 figure will almost certainly be "unexpectedly" revised downward as well.
The Obama "recovery" is one big Potemkin Village.
But then, you already knew that.
A Jewish friend once tried to put into words how he felt upon walking into the remains of Auschwitz. He broke down, several times, because such evil cannot be fully comprehended by civilized men.
Except, if you want to meet the kind of person who'd gladly volunteer to work at Auschwitz during its reign of carnage, look no further than your local Planned Parenthood abortion clinic, where you'll find fully intact dead babies for sale, by the dozen.
A Planned Parenthood executive admits in an undercover video that her doctors alter abortion procedures and she manipulates prices to accommodate specific fetal tissue harvesting requests -- including delivering fully intact fetuses -- though doing so may violate federal law.
In the nearly 16-minute, edited video, the fifth released by Center for Medical Progress, a woman identified as Melissa Farrell, director of research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, discusses pricing for specimens -- ranging from intact fetuses to tissue and organs -- for outside tissue procurement companies.
"Yeah, and so if we alter our process, and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, then we can make it part of the budget, that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this," Farrell said. "I mean it's all just a matter of line items."
There are no words to adequately express how absolutely depraved these monsters really are. Watch the video. And don't try to hold back your tears.
I'll admit it. I couldn't get through the whole thing.
Sorry. Maybe I'll try again later.
Jill Stanek did watch it all. Here's her summary:
PPH is aborting late-term babies on such a massive scale by a team of six abortionists that an order for "120 samples" of "fetal cadavers" is received without blinking. #fetalcadavers
PPH is coordinating between its "research department" and abortionists to manipulate abortions to get the desired samples, although this can be impacted by "how cooperative the patient is during the procedure."
PPH abortionists have been doing some of their own research. #PPmadscientists
Some of the requested "fetal cadavers" are for experimentation with humanized mice. #humanizedmice (page 90 of the full transcript)
One hundred and twenty dead babies. Packed up and shipped FedEx. All in a day's work. What's remarkable is just how unremarkable it is to them.
And did you catch that part about "splitting the shipments" into "line items?"
Yeah, that's called falsifying medical records. Because they've obviously got something to hide.
But what they can't hide are the enormous profits generated by their house of horrors.
My department contributes so much to the bottom line of our organization here. Even though we're one of the largest affiliates, our research department is the largest in the United Staes — larger than the affiliates combined…
Yeah and so if we alter our process, and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, then we can make it part of the budget, that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this. It's all just a matter of line items.
I know, I'm repeating the quotes.
But, God help us, this is all so heart-wrenching. It's evil beyond measure, and their cavalier attitude toward it all is absolutely soul-crushing. To keep a room, or probably rooms and rooms, chock-full of chopped up baby parts, and to openly browse the bins of tiny arms, legs, hearts, and lungs in search of just the right "specimen?" That's barbarism on an almost unprecedented scale.
There are 7 more of these undercover videos yet to be released.
I shudder to think of which one shows a Planned Parenthood staffer stitching
together aborted fetal skin into lampshades.