Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska gave a passionate testimony during a Congressional hearing this week dealing with Planned Parenthood illegally profiting from the sale of aborted baby parts.
“Babies are Not the Sum of Their Parts”
“It matters whether or not abortion clinics line their pockets through the dismemberment and distribution of children—all while receiving tax dollars.” ~ Ben Sasse
LifeSite News reported:
Today, U.S. Senator Ben Sasse, who has introduced S.2066 the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, testified before the House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives at hearing to examine the pricing of fetal tissue and whether abortion clinics and middleman businesses were making a profit from the transfer of human fetal tissue — a violation of federal law.
As a part of the prepared testimony of Senator Ben Sasse proclaimed:
I am unashamedly pro-life.
I understand that others disagree. Our disagreement over abortion will sometimes be heated, but wherever possible, we should look for consensus.
Here, on this basic reality, we can and must find agreement: Babies are not the sum of their body parts. Babies are not meant to be bought. Babies are not meant to be sold.
Babies are just that—babies. They’re meant to be welcomed and rejoiced over, held and nurtured.
Outside of our Congressional responsibilities here, many of us do welcome, hold and nurture children—we adopt, foster, and mentor them and offer hope, support, and encouragement to their parents.
Hopefully, Ben Sasse and these congressional hearings will continue to show Planned Parenthood for what they truly are, a baby killing business, with no scruples.
Planned Parenthood is reeling from the disclosure of multiple undercover videos exposing the horrific atrocities involved with illegally selling baby parts.
Planned Parenthood also faced the survivors of botched abortions testifying in front of Congress.
On top of that…
Speaking before the House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives Wednesday, Sen. Ben Sasse gave an impassioned speech on the sanctity of life and the necessity of protecting the lives of the unborn.