Wednesday, February 09, 2011

PPH Caught Again----Abortion Clinics Unregulated in WA State

Yes, Planned Parenthood has been caught again, this time in New York City, and again it has to do with sex trafficking of minors.

The trial for the abortionist in Philadelphia is under way. What is being learned will shock your sensibilities and conscience.

And did you know the abortion clinics in Washington State are unregulated? That's right. Unregulated.

First, Planned Parenthood in New York City has told an undercover "pimp" that he can serve as guardian for his underage sex slaves.

Keep in mind, sex trafficking of minors is a federal crime and punishable by imprisonment of 10 years to life. 18 US Code 1591.

Any person who aids, abets, or counsels a federal crime to be committed may be punished as if they had committed the crime themselves. 18 US Code 2.

Please
view the video of this latest encounter with evil.

There are several things that stood out to me during the video taped meeting.

*These young pro-life people at "LIVE ACTION" have made 14 or 15 similar videos and Planned Parenthood has never challenged the authenticity or validity of the tapes. Others have, but PPH has not. They are authentic.

*The demeanor of the abortion clinic managers and staff suggests to me that this is not something unusual or out of the ordinary in any way and are always ready with a hushed tone explanation of how to proceed, regardless of how illegal or bizarre the circumstances the "client" is describing.

* Note the emphasis on "confidentially"---keeping things from parents, etc. The Planned Parenthood worker, Kristol, says, "Like, a 13 year old could come in and get the services she needed by herself." Telling the pimp he could be the guardian if needed.

Now Planned Parenthood is publicly promising to "re-train" their workers on "how to report potential risks to minors." And they say this is not new material, but material they have previously used for training. This will be a "refresher".

A "refresher"? Oh sure. That will make everything okay. I think I see a little more than a forgetful employee. I see activism in its lowest, most immoral and likely illegal, form.

Those who see and advocate abortion as merely a sophisticated and progressive right and choice should think again.

The trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the abortionist in Philadelphia, is already revealing more than most of us would want to know.

Local people are asking, "How many severed baby spines does it take to pay for a $948,000 shore house?" "How many severed baby feet is a boat worth?" And, "What part of Dr. Gosnell's abortion clinic paid to keep his 41 year younger mistress on the payroll?"

He is charged with killing 7 babies and one patient.

The court has found he made $1.8 million per year, just on abortions, not including prescriptions, etc.

And most all of the $1.8 million was cash from desperate, poor women. Likely minorities.

While Planned Parenthood and NARAL lead the charge to abort the pro-life Pregnancy Centers by suing them out of business, they themselves are operating without any oversight or state regulation.

Abortion Clinics in Washington State are not regulated by the State.

Ramona Reeves-Stumpf, a homeschooling mom, former journalist and County Council staffer, was wondering what state regulations applied to abortion clinics, since they are so focused on regulating the Pregnancy Centers, so she wrote an email to the Department of Health last month asking if abortion clinics were regulated.

The response:

"Good Afternoon, Ramona,

"We do not regulate abortion clinics in Washington State."

The State continued. "These clinics do not have any safety or cleanliness standards, because the clinic itself is not regulated."

I have linked
Ramona's website and the state's complete response.

She notes that, "Pro-abortion forces want to regulate facilities that merely provide Information, about a women's pregnancy and All her choices."

While they themselves remain unregulated. And in control of a majority of elected state legislators regarding this issue.

Is legalized abortion the enemy within?

Marcus Tillus told the Roman Senate in 58 BC:

“The enemy is within the gates; it is with our own luxury, our own folly, our own criminality that we have to contend.”

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Gary Randall
President
Faith and Freedom

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12 comments:

  1. Thank you Gary, for your insightful and informtive blogs on this subject. I have sent this information to my entire list. Honestly, I am shocked at all this. I have always been pro-life but had no idea that all this went on in the abortion business. Keep up the good work.

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  2. Gary,

    I'm not a lawyer, but even I could do a quick search of the Revised Washington Code and see tons of regulations regarding abortions, providers, and patients. Start with Chapter 9.02 of the RCW, there's plenty right there.

    Then I did a search of the RCW for medical clinics - tons and tons of regulations.

    Do you ever check out the stuff you report?

    Mark in Tigard

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  3. Do you ever check out the stuff you report?

    Clearly not. He just throws out pleasing tropes for the sheeple.

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  4. You've got to be kidding Mark. Gary linked the State of Washington's response, which was "we do not regulate abortion clinics." Does the state not know what you know about what they do and do not do?
    About the tropes and sheeple. I'm sure you hope people will believe that. This site, particularly Gary's writing does more documentation than any site I read. You may disagree with him and hate him for what he believes, but you can't make a very strong case that he just "throws out pleasing tropes for the sheeple." No one will give you that one, even those who disagree with him.

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  5. Mark, you are not reading before you speak. Gary linked the full state response on regulation. They do not regulate abortion clinics. The tons of regulations you refer to are related to the personell, not the clinics. You may be so motivated to critize, you are not actually reading what is published by Faith and Freedom. He provides lots of documentation and links.

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  6. I am a husband, father, doctor and I read and agree with this blog most of the time. Am I a "sheeple"?

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  7. 5:01 PM,

    All Gary linked to is what some right-wing anti-abortion blogger claims is the State's response, in fact she doesn't even post the actual email allegedly from "The State". That's why Gary's act works, the sheeple are gullible and never question pleasing stories.

    I read Gary's blog all the time, and it is a non-stop cavalcade of less than factual information that is revealed to be such with 2 mins on "the google". While he often links to sources they are invariably extremely biased and extremely far right sources. Gary invariably presents these partisan players, which have included SPLC identified hate sites in the past, as if they were reputable and mainstream. The sheeple like the cant, so they don't question it. Later, rinse, repeat.

    That's how you get two separate individuals, who claim that Gary linked to "the state's" full and complete response on regulation, when he did no such thing. Frankly, you would think a man, who works in politics and deals with the state government regularly, could be bothered to pick up the phone and make a simple call to confirm something like this before he posts it as fact.

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  8. OK, you guys are technically correct on the semantics. They do state that they regulate the individuals rather than the clinic. However, I believe Gary intended to convey that there was no regulation in a medical practice that's actually highly regulated. And that is what I reacted to. He got me on that one.

    Regulating the individuals in a medical clinic is effective because they are licensed. Therefore they have accountability and the state has recourse.

    Whereas in a center that doesn't require licensed personnel, its more practical to regulate the facility itself.

    Bottom line, the fact that they approach regulation for different types of facilities differently is to be expected. It can sound shocking if phrased properly, but it's not a big deal.

    Mark in Tigard

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  9. Mark, you "believe Gary intended" to convey there was no regulation in a medical practice? You cannot mean that. How else would one say the abortion clinics are not regulated by the state? He never addressed medical practices. Abortion clinics only. Do you really think the home school mom is lying and fabricating an email from the state of Washington? You may need some fresh air. Gary's blog today will really be a problem for you.

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  10. Mark,
    Thanks for the 'policing'. You are following the Biblical model of iron sharpens iron. Sure don't mind your questions. However, your attitude is to often degrade the humans your are speaking to.

    You do not know the IQ rating of any of these folks and they certainly do not need to be insulted.

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  11. 8:21,

    Abortion clinics ARE medical practices!!

    Do you really think the fact that this blogger is a "home school mom" precludes her from lying? Jeesh! No wonder people are always getting rooked by televangelists.

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  12. If abortion clinics are truly completely unregulated in this state, why have FFN, and conservative elected officials not done something about it? Why have they not even introduced any bill? I guess they were just too busy trying to deny rights to same-sex couple these last few years.

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