Court Rules Texas can strip taxpayer subsidies from Planned Parenthood after ruling shocking videos as authentic

Court rules Texas can strip taxpayer subsidies from Planned Parenthood after ruling shocking videos as authentic

The state of Texas can now strip taxpayer subsidies from Planned Parenthood after The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that evidence found in undercover videos of the abortion provider’s involvement in harvesting and selling aborted baby body parts for profit was Authentic.

The undercover videos were first released back in 2015 by David Daleiden, the founder and project lead at the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), and have been since heavily scrutinized by Planned Parenthood and members of the media as “deceptively edited.”

“Planned Parenthood for years has been smearing us trying to say the videos were not accurate or somehow misleading,” Daleiden said in an interview with Federalist contributor DC McAllister. “The Fifth Circuit explicitly found in their ruling last night that the Center for Medical Progress’ videos are authentic…and could be relied upon by Texas and by others as the regulatory and other enforcement proceedings.”

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling directly refutes Planned Parenthood’s claim that the CMP videos were “highly edited,” and “falsely portray[ing] Planned Parenthood’s participation in tissue donation programs.”

“The video camera doesn’t lie: CMP’s undercover video series caught Planned Parenthood’s top leaders openly admitting to selling baby body parts for profit in violation of federal law,” said the Center for Medical Progress in a statement. “Now it is time for the Department of Justice to do its job and hold Planned Parenthood accountable to the law.”

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