Pro-life activist group Live Action is back with two, new controversial clips detailing the experiences of a former Planned Parenthood nurse as well as a former clinic manager — clips the organization says prove that some within the clinic chain are “desensitized to killing.”
In one video interview, Former Planned Parenthood nurse Marianne Anderson told Live Action founder Lila Rose that she would often find herself in the room where doctors processed the “products of conception” following an abortion.
It was in that room that physicians would examine fetal remains in an effort to ensure that they had retrieved everything during the procedure.
“Sometimes I just couldn’t take it,” Anderson said of that room. “There was one doctor who would sit there and would sometimes talk to this … ‘I’ll never forget him saying, ‘Now where’s your little arm? I’m missing this arm.’ And he would sift through it trying to find the pieces.”
Watch Anderson’s testimony below:
And in a separate clip, Sue Thayer, a former Planned Parenthood clinic manager, discussed her own experience watching abortions unfold at Planned Parenthood, saying the procedure would sometimes take just three or four minutes.
Thayer also discussed going through the remains during her initial training, recalling a specific dialogue with a fellow staffer that stuck with her.
“I said. ‘Why are there three arms?’ And the gal training me said, ‘Twins, it was twins,'” she recalled. “And I said, ‘Do you tell the mom that she had twins?’ and she said, ‘No, it usually just upsets them.'”
Watch that video below:
As Faithwire previously reported, Live Action’s previously released videos accused Planned Parenthood of “pushing profitable abortions, often at the expense of health care services for the women it claims to serve,” of having abortion quotas and of not offering widespread prenatal care, among other accusations.
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