A grand jury in Houston was asked to investigate Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, a branch of one of the country’s most important healthcare providers for women, the grand jury found no wrongdoing on the part of the group, whose staffers were secretly videotaped talking about the cost of procuring fetal tissue for research. Instead, the grand jury handed down indictments against two of the antiabortion zealots involved in the “sting.”
If that’s not poetic justice, nothing is.
I understand there are many in the country who oppose abortions and want to find every avenue to stop them.
David Daleiden, the antiabortion zealot who created the Center for Medical Progress as a front for his deceptive efforts, has been indicted on a felony charge of tampering with a government record. (The reason for that charge is unclear, but Planned Parenthood has alleged that Daleiden and his associates used fake government identifications and used aliases.)
Once again it is men who are trying to tell women how they should handle an unwanted pregnancy. I am certain that there are women who oppose abortions too but it seems to be men who are in the forefront of the antiabortion fight. Carly Fiorina has been in the forefront of the fight. She claimed to have seen a video of a fully formed fetus kept alive to harvest the brain. Chris Wallace debunked that claim on his Sunday morning show.
So there is hope for the people of Texas.