The Center for Medical Progress has released a second undercover video of a top doctor for Planned Parenthood haggling over the sale price of body parts from aborted babies. It comes a week after the release of a video showing Dr. Deborah Nucatola, the Senior Director, Medical Services at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, negotiating the price of selling baby body parts.
Shot in February at a restaurant in Pasadena, California, the video shows Dr. Mary Gatter, President of Planned Parenthood’s Medical Director’s Council discussing the price of ‘intact tissue.’
“Well, you know in negotiations the person who throws out the figure first is at a loss, right? So…” she said before finally giving a price of $75. When the actors portraying interested buyers say the price seems low she responds by saying “I was going to say $50.”
Eventually the “buyers” offer $100 which Gatter quickly accepts. However, by the lunch’s end, Gatter suggests $100 is not enough and concludes, “Let me just figure out what others are getting, and if this is in the ballpark, then it’s fine, if it’s still low, then we can bump it up. I want a Lamborghini.”
Meanwhile, Dr. Willie Parker, a Mississippi abortionist and former medical director for Planned Parenthood, is attacking the first “sting video” showing a Planned Parenthood Senior Director talking about trafficking aborted baby parts. Using what he claims is a “Christian perspective,” Parker compared Nucatola to Jesus.
“I’m thinking about a strong parallel between what’s happening to my colleague and the trial week of Jesus before he was crucified,” Parker began. “As he was marched from place to place, asked to answer allegations about, ‘You say you’re the King of the Jews. What do you say?’”
He added, “Many narratives said that Jesus simply did not respond.”
“As hard as it must be for my very spirited colleague who is very bright and who is very ethical and who is very noble to have to say nothing and have to defer to the organization that she works for to speak on her behalf,” he defended, “even if she could speak, I think the best thing for her to do is say nothing.”
For all of his so-called ‘Christian perspective,’ Parker never once mentioned the babies.