cover upAbortion giant denies trafficking dead baby body parts in this state, but documents prove they are lying

Investigators have discovered the taxpayer-funded University of Wisconsin is using organs harvested from aborted babies; and Planned Parenthood has covered up the transactions.

The Washington Examiner reports:

While Planned Parenthood has said its facilities in Wisconsin don’t provide aborted fetal organs for medical research in that state, Alliance Defending Freedom says it has obtained records from the University of Wisconsin-Madison showing researchers there obtained the hearts and brains of fetuses from the women’s health and abortion provider.

The records did not show how much Planned Parenthood may have profited from the sale of dead baby body parts.

But Planned Parenthood advocates have been lobbying against being cut off from government funding, arguing there is no evidence they are receiving money in exchange for dead baby parts.  However, these transactions prove otherwise.

“On Wednesday, the Wisconsin Senate passed a bill restricting taxpayer dollars for Planned Parenthood, and the state’s House is discussing a bill that would ban research at the University of Wisconsin on recently aborted fetuses,” the Examiner reports. “Other states also have tried to restrict Planned Parenthood clinics from getting state and federal reimbursements.”

Documents also reveal a direct link between Planned Parenthood and the University of Wisconsin, which was already suspected when the school was caught buying dead baby body parts from Planned Parenthood through an intermediary.

“A handful of academic publications reveal that Dr. Shannon C. Kenney of UW’s McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research has used human fetal livers and thymus tissue from Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) for some of her latest research and experiments,” Media Trackers reported in August 2015.

“A 2013 study that Kenney and a team produced did not credit ABR with supplying human fetal tissue, but did explain that the tissue used came from unspecified ‘cadaverous sources,’” reported Media Trackers.

The breakthrough propelled legislative action.

“Today the Wisconsin State Senate passed two key bills to curb Planned Parenthood’s use of taxpayer dollars in the state of Wisconsin,” stated Heather Weininger, Executive Director of Wisconsin Right to Life.

“These bills, AB 310 and SB 238, are essential steps towards steering funds away from an organization that has been mired in controversy.”