Planned Parenthood accidentally tweets about ‘baby’ doctors saved while in the womb
MARYLAND, January 29, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A Planned Parenthood affiliate tweeted, and then deleted, an article about a “baby” who successfully underwent surgery while still in the womb.
Planned Parenthood of Maryland tweeted a beautiful baby picture which linked to an amazing story of a pre-born baby’s life being saved by experimental surgery for spina bifida at Texas Children’s Hospital.
“After Surgery in the Womb, a Baby Kicks Up Hope,” Planned Parenthood tweeted. This was the title of the New York Times’ article, which wrote about the “small person who had surgery before he was even born.”
The Times even called the preborn a “baby,” gave him his parents’ name, and referred to what the abortion industry calls “a blob of tissue” as “him,” “the patient,” “his,” and “he,” instead of “it.” An earlier report on the surgery itself noted, “Fingers, toes, the soles of his feet [were] all exquisite, all perfectly formed...”
Meanwhile, the abortion conglomerate’s website praised a mother for deciding to abort her 22 week-old “fetus” due to the possibility of spina bifida.
The Weekly Standard pointed out both Planned Parenthood’s inconsistency and its unexplained deletion. Other outlets did, too:
- “Planned Parenthood Finally Admits Fetus in Womb Is a Baby”
- “Planned Parenthood Sends Mixed Signals with Tweet Praising Successful Surgery on Unborn Baby”
- “PLOT TWIST: Planned Parenthood of Maryland shares article about baby *saved* in the womb”
PJMedia summarized, “Planned Parenthood admitted that a child in his mother’s womb is, indeed, a ‘baby.’ As in a living, breathing individual. Go ahead and enjoy the shock and awe of such gross hypocrisy on the part of the nation’s largest abortion provider.”
Outgoing Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards once answered the question, “When does life begin?” with her feeling that her own children’s lives began only “when I delivered them.”
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