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Originally published July 28 2015

Newsweek and Washington Post attempt to cover up murders and organ harvesting by Planned Parenthood

by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Two major media outlets have been caught scrubbing the details of the recent Planned Parenthood scandal involving aborted human babies being "harvested" for their vital organs. Undercover video footage exposes Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood's senior director of medical research, sipping wine and casually discussing how the pro-murder group routinely collects dead babies' vital organs in order to sell them. But both Newsweek and The Washington Post have been complicit in trying to conceal this shocking truth from public view.

An initial report by The Washington Post about the shocking video bore the title "Undercover video shows Planned Parenthood exec discussing organ harvesting." But shortly after being published, the story's title was quietly changed to "Undercover video shows Planned Parenthood official discussing fetal organs used for research," without notating this change to readers. The text of this same article was also made "politically correct" by removing all references to specific vital organs like the heart and lungs, replacing these with the vaguely defined word "tissue."

The Washington Post was quickly outed for altering its story to make it more palatable in defense of Planned Parenthood, with Twitter users around the world slamming this dinosaur media outlet for trying to veil the truth about Planned Parenthood's business of child murder and organ trade. The Washington Post also altered the video itself, releasing a highly edited version that makes Nucatola appear less vile and inhumane in her callous disregard for the lives of the unborn.

"The video of Dr. Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood's senior director for medical services, clearly shows her bragging about how babies are aborted in a specific way so that their body parts and organs can later be sold for profit," explains InfoWars, adding that The Washington Post "removed a sentence about the PP official 'sipping red wine' while explaining how to preserve the organs of an aborted fetus while 'crushing' it."

Savage baby murderers like Deborah Nucatola get free pass from corrupt, globalist media

Almost in lockstep, the mainstream rag Newsweek engaged in its own form of journalistic fraud by publishing a story claiming that Nucatola didn't actually say that Planned Parenthood sells body parts, fetal or otherwise, even though she clearly does in the full-length video that wasn't edited by the mainstream media to protect the reputation of Planned Parenthood.

It's a sick joke on the American people, and an even worse travesty in terms of journalistic integrity and blatant media corruption. If you watch the disturbing video for yourself, you'll see that Nucatola has no conscience whatsoever, relegating murdered-in-the-womb babies to the category of just another resource to be exploited for financial gain -- and all the while, she's seen drinking wine, eating and laughing as if this is no big deal.

Nucatola and her fellow baby murderers clearly have no shame in their vile pursuit of human exploitation and genocide. And yet the old-guard media isn't concerned with reporting the truth of any of this to the public -- in fact, both Newsweek and The Washington Post, as clearly demonstrated by their heartless misreporting of the facts, are actually complicit in this for-profit business of infanticide.

"The media is lying through their teeth," wrote one InfoWars commenter. "What Planned Parenthood does is organ harvesting for profit, not donating for science. They have been doing this for a long time. ... It shows how totally amoral and vicious these people really are. Where the big bucks [come] in is the later term abortions. This is murder as far as I am concerned as a medical professional."


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