California Bill Would Make Video Taping a Crime Illegal
We should have seen this coming. It should have been especially apparent once they had caught them breaking the law on video. We should have known they would make it illegal to video Planned Parenthood after all the crimes they caught on tape.
There would be no way that these high-paid henchmen would sit by and do nothing as people tried to expose their bosses.
Christian News reports:
Following controversy over undercover videos filmed by the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) into the practices of Planned Parenthood, a lawmaker in California has introduced a bill that would make secretly recording inside abortion facilities punishable by up to a year behind bars.
It should also not be a surprise that these people would use the safety and privacy of the women as a cover for this law. They want these and others to think that they have their best interest in mind. Sure, you would not want someone to see you killing your child.
In reality, this is the politicians in California trying to get back to business as usual. They want to be able to do their business in private without the fear of being discovered. Ever since the release of the videos by CMP, they have had to be extremely careful. They could not be sure if they were being watched.
This would provide the legal protection to continue their criminal action without fear of public outrage.
Christian News continued:
“For years, undercover journalists have documented Planned Parenthood employees covering up for sex traffickers, failing to report child sexual abusers, and trafficking in baby body parts,” Lila Rose of Live Action said in a statement. “Rather than be more transparent with the public, Planned Parenthood wants to make it a crime for the media to publish evidence that it might be doing something illegal.”
She is exactly right, and this is what this bill was designed to stop. They want people to stop exposing their criminal activity. And it will do just that if it becomes a law.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com. Article by Michael Ware.