Originally published September 3 2015
Obama says it's okay for FBI to entrap Americans, but it's 'fraudulent' to expose Planned Parenthood's organ harvesting operation
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) To hear the Obama Administration tell it, a series of undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood's profit-motivated harvesting of organs from aborted babies are fabrications that are only intended to besmirch the otherwise fine "women's health" services that PP provides.
Only, it's hard to take the administration at its word when, at the same time, it admits that no one in the White House has actually watched the videos.
"There's ample reason to think that this is merely the tried-and-true tactic that we have seen from extremists on the right to edit this video and selectively release an edited version of the video that grossly distorts the position of the person who is actually speaking," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said recently when asked about the videos.
'Nothing to see here'
"Based on the essentially fraudulent way in which these videos have been released, there's not a lot of evidence right now that Planned Parenthood hasn't lived up to" its ethical standards, he added.
In other words, the administration is being willfully ignorant, relying on the "word" of an organization that the President and his Democrat Party wholeheartedly support, no matter what. When pressed a few nights ago by CNN's Jake Tapper – one of the few mainstream journalists willing to cover this issue due to a virtual MSM blackout – whether anyone in the White House had seen the videos, Earnest defaulted to the they are "highly edited" talking point.
As reported by LifeSiteNews:
Tapper responded, "The whole video is put up on the website of this anti-abortion group that put them out. You don't have to watch just the edited version. You can watch the whole version." To which Earnest replied: "I'm relying on news reports that I've seen on people who've taken a look at this and raised questions about the videos themselves and there's no doubt that this is an organization that has targeted Planned Parenthood for some time so they clearly have an ideological ax to grind."
However, when it comes to "fraudulent" government actions, like entrapping Americans during "terrorism" "sting" operations, those are not only acceptable but necessary functions of "national security."
As we have regularly reported, the FBI routinely ensnares otherwise innocent people in completely fraudulent, manufactured circumstances which the agency creates out of whole cloth.
In April, the agency came under fire again for instigating another of these stings. As reported by NBC News, FBI agents recently arrested an Ohio man who allegedly was attempting to set up an ISIS cell in the United States and planning an attack on the U.S. Capitol Building. However, U.S. officials also told NBC News that there was never any danger because the government set up the whole thing.
History of fakery and "fraudulent" abuse
NBC News provided additional details:
Christopher Lee Cornell, 20, of Green Township, near Cincinnati, was arrested after he bought two M-15 semi-automatic rifles and about 600 rounds of ammunition as the undercover operative watched, according to an FBI affidavit.
Government officials said Cornell never purchased any pipe bomb components. "There was never a danger to the public," one official said.
There have been a host of other such fraudulent incidents:
-- In September 2011, Britain's The Guardian newspaper reported on "fake terror plots" and "paid informants" to "entrap" "terrorist" suspects. That story is here.
-- Activist Post reported on a phony FBI "terror plot" in October 2012; that post is here.
-- In November 2011, Reuters reported on another "lone wolf" patsy here.
-- The ACLU has been following the FBI's "record of extraordinary abuse... under the guise of counterterrorism after 9/11." That report is here.
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