What will it take for the media to get on a real story of child abuse — not decades-old cases of clerical sex abuse, but the present involvement by the abortion industry in covering up the rape of children and lying to women about the nature of abortion?
In the last two weeks, the pro-life group LiveAction, headed by the intrepid Lila Rose, has put out two undercover videos of her experiences in abortion clinics.
The first found her in a Planned Parenthood clinic in Wisconsin. Posing as a young girl seeking an abortion, she was told by a Planned Parenthood employee that her 6 to 8 week-ole baby had “no arms, no legs, no heart no head, no brain”, and that an unborn child at that age has no “identifiable parts” and is just “fetal matter.” The clinic employee discouraged her from adoption, and urged her to have an abortion right as soon as possible. View the video for yourself, and you’ll feel your blood pressure go up, especially if you have a daughter. Yes, that’s really “pro-choice” — lying to women and pressing them to destroy their children.
The next video is the worst. Lila goes into an abortion clinic in Kentucky, claiming to be a 14-year-old girl who is 14 to 15 weeks pregnant. The clinic worker coldly explains to her how she can evade the state’s parental notification laws by obtaining a “judicial bypass”, with the help of a local attorney. So much for informed choice, if the girls’ parents won’t even know about the abortion.
That was bad enough, but what happened next is stomach-turning. The worker asks Lila how old her “boyfriend” is, and Lila tells her outright that he is 31 years old. The clinic worker doesn’t bat an eye, and just tells her that this won’t be a problem for the “judicial bypass”.
Think about that for a nauseating second — a 31-year-old adult, having sex with a 14-year-old. That is rape, and it should be reported to the authorities instantly. View the video for yourself and be sickened at the callousness of the clinic worker, who clearly just doesn’t care — after all, what’s little rape when you’re in the murder business?
In a day when technical flaws in cars are the subject of endless headlines, and where deception and fraud on Wall Street produces Presidential addresses, what does it say when child-rape and deception aren’t even newsworthy?
It says to me that the conscience of our society has been deadened by indifference to and cooperation in the worst kind of child abuse — the killing of unborn children. And until we recapture our reverence for human life at its earliest stages, all sorts of horrors are possible — and may even be inevitable.