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Planned Parenthood baby harvesting CEO supports Hillary Clinton while GOP candidates denounce

Posted in 2016 Presidential Race, Carly Fiorina, Center for Medical Progress, Hillary clinton, Partial Birth Abortion, Stem Cell Research, stem Express with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2015 by saynsumthn

In Wednesday’s CNN GOP debate the presidential hopefuls went after Hillary Clinton.

CNN GOP Debate Sept 2015

“Hillary is going to have to defend her track record of lying about Benghazi, of lying about her e-mails, about lying about her servers..if you want to stump a Democrat ask them to name an accomplishment of Mrs. Cinton’s.
” said Carly Fiorina, the only female competitor on the stage.

Another topic that came up was the subject of defunding Planned Parenthood, something Congress is set to hear this week.

As Governors, Chris Christi and Scott Walker reminded their supporters that they defunded Planned Parenthood and Ted Cruz called the abortion biz a “criminal enterprise.”

But Carly went for Hillary’s jugular regarding Planned Parenthood funding.

Carly on Planned Parenthood CNN Debate

With a great deal of emotion and conviction, Fiorina suggested that Hillary watch the Center for Medical Progress videos which exposed Planned Parenthood for their bloody baby parts harvesting operation:

    As regards Planned Parenthood. Anyone who has watched this video tape…”

    “I dare Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, to watch these tapes. Watch a fully formed fetus on the table, it’s heart beating, it’s legs kicking, while someone says we have to keep it alive to harvest it’s brain. This is about the character of our nation. And if we will not stand up and force President Obama to veto this bill shame on us.”

I have documented the long held pro-abortion position of Hillary Rodham Clinton who once praised the racist founder of Planned Parenthood.

Interestingly enough, there is one supporter of Hillary Clinton associated with the Planned Parenthood videos.

Her name is Cate Dyer and she is the founder of Stem Express, whose “specimens” have been implanted into animals and is one of the fetal procurement companies used by Planned Parenthood.

Cate Dyer STem Express Fetal Liver Planned Parenthood

A conversation between Stem Express CEO Cate Dyer and the undercover CMP buyer revealed that the woman who harvests baby parts for Planned Parenthood is a HUGE Hillary Clinton supporter.

In their meeting with the procurement CEO, CMP under cover buyers suggested they supported the Democrat presidential hopeful, telling Dyer and her associates they want to give Hillary more money suggesting that harvesting baby parts would do that.

From the transcript:

CMP Buyer: I would like to be able to add a lot to Hillary Clinton’s purse.
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Me too!
CMP Buyer: Really?
Stem Express Cate Dyer: I mean, ask these guys. The minute she announced her candidacy—I have a signed picture from Hillary, because my sister works in Congress. So it’s on my— I like brought it into work the next day and propped it right on my desk. So, yeah.
CMP Buyer: So, wouldn’t you—
Stem Express Cate Dyer: I’m a huge Hillary fan.

Cate Dyer intact cases fetal Planned Parenthood Stem Express

Let’s not forget that it was former Blood and Tissue Procurement Technician for StemExpress Holly O’Donnell who told CMP that she was asked to cut through the face of a live baby in order to harvest the child’s brains for Stem Express.

Later in their conversation the aborted baby parts procurement CEO stated her love for Hillary again.

From the transcript:

Stem Express Cate Dyer: Yeah, I’m a huge Hillary fan.

Then the StemExpress founder rejoices that Hillary Clinton is into stem cell research:
Cate Fyer of Stem Express fetal body parts

CMP Buyer: So I can save my money? I don’t need to—
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Well, I’m sure she’s [Hillary’s] gonna need a lot of it…
CMP Buyer: Really.
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Yeah, kind of shocking, her background is an attorney, and she works with health care reform. And so she’s very socially liberal and super into stem cell research and everything, but as far as health care’s concerned, she lines up really well with the conservative group.

Cate Dyer is correct, Hillary once promised to lift the ban on stem cell research.

Hillary CLinton fetal stem cell research

In 2014, the San-Diego Union reported that Hillary Clinton was advocating for Biotech companies of which StemExpress is one, especially those in California:

    California (undertook) a very important task in creating a funding stream for stem cell research,” Clinton said. “Other states have followed suit, when it looked as though the federal government would not be doing that. States have a role to play, but we need a national framework.”

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PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION

The conversation then went to the now illegal partial birth abortion procedure.

The Center for Medical Progress has suggested that some of the ways Planned Parenthood has been able to get “intact fetuses” may be from using the prohibited partial birth abortion procedure, which Hillary defended.

    In the partial birth abortion procedure, an almost fully developed unborn baby is delivered from it’s mother, feet first, with only the head remaining inside the birth canal. The abortionist then punctures the child in the back of the neck with a pair of sharp scissors. The abortion doctor then sucks out the baby’s brain tissue to collapse the skull and deliver a dead baby.

Hillary CLinton Partial Birth Abortion debate 2003

In the conversation between Stem Express CEO Cate Dyer and CMP investigators they suggest that Hillary should overturn the gruesome procedure:

CMP Buyer: So, that’s why, going full circle, fund Hillary.
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Yeah, that’s true. [laughter] If she can get in—
CMP Buyer: That signature, that autograph, she can put it on the bill to repeal the federal—
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Right! I know.
CMP Buyer: And while we’re at it, repeal the partial-birth, born-alive, whatever— get rid of that.
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Yea, what do you think?
Kevin: I could see it going both way, and I can see her face making both arguments too.
CMP Buyer: You don’t think she’s reliable?
Kevin: No, I’m wondering if she’ll bring in the political courage to do it.
Stem Express Cate Dyer: Yeah. […] She’s a Clinton. [winks]
CMP Buyer: If anyone could do it-
Kevin: There’s a lot of people who could do it. It’s will they step up to the microphone?
CMP Buyer: Will they get a backbone. We could procure that for them.

Hillary defended Partial Birth Abortion when the bill came before the Senate in 2003. Read more about that debate here and watch here.

Hillary Clinton “I will lift ban on embryonic stem cell research” supports Biotech companies and GMO’s

Posted in Genetically Modified Food, Hillary clinton, Stem Cell Research with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 26, 2015 by saynsumthn

Sen. Hillary Clinton at the 2007 Take Back America Conference promised to lift the ban on embryonic stem cell research.

Hillary CLinton fetal stem cell research

According to the NIH:

    In 2000, the Clinton Administration published guidelines governing the use of human embryonic stem cells in the Federal Register on August 23, 2000.

    On April 25, 2001, a scheduled review of pending grant applications was postponed to provide President George W. Bush and his new Administration an opportunity to review the issue.

    On August 9, 2001, President Bush issued a long-awaited decision on stem cell research. He authorized funding of stem cell research using existing pluripotent stem cell lines that were derived from human embryos before August 9. Such research is eligible for Federal funding if the following criteria are met:
    1) there must have been informed consent of the donors,
    2) the embryos must have been created for reproductive purposes and in excess of clinical need,
    3) there must not have been any financial inducements to the donors, and
    4) the embryos must not have been created for research purposes.

    During fiscal year (FY) 2002, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded the first grants to conduct human embryonic stem cell research, including both new grants and supplements to existing grants.

In the fall of 2007, Hillary told the Carnegie Institute, “The Bush administration has declared war on science. When I am president, scientific integrity will not be the exception it will be the rule.”

Then, Senator Clinton said she was “committed” to seeing that stem cell research moves forward. She voted in favor of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act, and has also worked to expand the budget of the National Institutes of Health.

In 2014, the San-Diego Union reported that Hillary Clinton was advocating for Biotech companies especially those in California:

    California (undertook) a very important task in creating a funding stream for stem cell research,” Clinton said. “Other states have followed suit, when it looked as though the federal government would not be doing that. States have a role to play, but we need a national framework.”

    Clinton was referring to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, funded with $3 billion in bond money. The program was created in 2004 by California voters in part because former president George W. Bush, the first president to fund embryonic stem cell research, limited funding to those lines of human embryonic stem cells created by August, 2001. CIRM and the federal government also fund research with many other types of non-embryonic stem cells.

Hillary CLinton fetal research California Biotech

On June 25, 2014, Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Jim Greenwood, president and CEO of the Biotechnology Industry Organization, at their San Diego Convention Center pushing fetal research and GMO’s.

“I don’t want to see biotech companies or pharma companies moving out of our country simply because of some perceived tax disadvantage and potential tax advantage somewhere else,” she said.

“If Washington is not welcoming to this kind of effort, maybe it could be put together by the states that are the leaders in hosting biotech companies,” she said, citing California funding stem cell research when the federal government would not.

She also supported the promotion of GMO or genetically modified seeds which she labels “drought resistant.”

Recently, Hillary Rodham Clinton defended abortion biz Planned Parenthood who sells aborted baby parts to Biotech firms for medical research.