Planned Parenthood dealer of baby parts back online
It didn’t take long for Stem Express, the California-based company caught buying aborted baby parts from Planned Parenthood, to get back in business online. Stem Express, which LifeNews reported offline on Wednesday is back online today—advertising the sale of the same baby livers, Deborah Nucatola so callously went on about during her salad and red wine lunch.
Planned Parenthood’s baby livers, advertised by Stem Express, are going for anywhere from $565 to $2433.
Perhaps Stem Express principals are emboldened by the nepotism of their Planned Parenthood /Republican Party connections.
“Republican House Speaker John Boehner’s top health-care policy adviser is linked — by blood — to a figure at the heart of the Planned Parenthood baby part-selling scandal.” (DailyCaller, July 17, 2015)
Make that the same John Boehner who called the video at the heart of the Planned Parenthood baby part-selling scandal that has revolted and sickened countless Americans “disgusting” and who said said he’d probably be ill if he had to watch it.
“Charlotte Ivancic, Boehner’s health policy director, is the older sister of Cate Dyer, the founder of Stem Express, the California-based company caught buying aborted fetus parts from Planned Parenthood. (DailyCaller)
“Ivancic, formerly Rep. Paul Ryan’s point person on Medicare reform, advises Boehner on all aspects of health care reform.
“Dyer says one of her biggest inspirations is her sister, Charlotte Ivancic,” according to a Sacramento State University alumni magazine. “She too had aspirations of being a doctor, but took a detour and is now an esteemed healthcare law expert.”
Boehner, Ryan, Obama. Where does the nepotism between the White House and Planned Parenthood end? Or would it be better to ask, where did it begin and how, in decency’s name, can it be stopped?
Stem Express is as bold as proverbial brass in advertising baby parts for sale online.