Babies Dismembered While Still Alive

Federal law prohibits partial-birth abortion, a gruesome procedure in which an unborn baby is intentionally turned to the breech position to ensure that delivery of the body happens before delivery of the head. Once the baby’s head is stuck in the birth canal, the abortionist punctures the skull, evacuates the contents, and the baby is dead.

So how do Planned Parenthood abortionists regularly flout the federal ban on partial-birth abortion?   According to Planned Parenthood doctor Deborah Nucatola some use digoxin so they have no risk of violating the Federal ban.  “Because if you induce a demise before the procedure, nobody’s going to say you did a ‘live’—whatever the federal government calls it. Partial-birth abortion.  The second reason providers use it is “because they actually think it makes the tissue softer and it makes it safer and easier to do the procedure.”  So, if you “dig” you’re guaranteed a dead baby and a successful abortion without having to worry about the law.  Moreover, you’ll find that a baby who has already died from a digoxin heart attack is apparently “softer” and easier to pull apart with metal instruments.

Maybe digoxin seems humane to some who murder unborn babies, at least when compared to the primitive method of tearing a live baby apart in the womb. But unfortunately, that’s not the case when the abortions lead to Planned Parenthood’s “fetal tissue donation.”

In the second video, we are told by Planned Parenthood’s Dr. Mary Gatter that abortions performed with feticides aren’t viable for fetal-tissue donation.  If digoxin is used, it renders the fetal stem cells unusable.

Knowing this, Nucatola’s graphic explanation of how to “crush” unborn babies to maximize organ retrieval requires a clarifier.  When Planned Parenthood performs abortions for fetal-tissue donation, these babies are strategically maneuvered, crushed, and dismembered under ultrasound guidance – while still alive.

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