Skip to comments.When Two Worlds Collide: Planned Parenthood Meets the Russia Collusion Hoax
Posted on 09/15/2019 5:53:48 PM PDT by Missouri gal
It would astonish most people to learn that many news stories are connected in some way. Such is the case with two seemingly disparate major stories that dominate the news: the effort to tag President Donald J, Trump as having colluded with Russia and the matter of abortion-in particular the Center for Medical Progress' 2015 undercover videos that showed Planned Parenthood's involvement in the illegal trafficking of aborted baby tissues and organs.
Those two stories are intertwined in surprising ways.
(Excerpt) Read more at operationrescue.org ...
They need to learn how to connect the dots better. If they can’t do that in the first 2 paragraphs then they lose the reader. I skimmed it and was like...I’m out of here. Way too much to read just to find out what the major connections are.
It’s sad because if they wrote better more people would pay attention. It’s simple it could be like this.
XYZ funded both the russian collusion hoax and planned parenthood selling baby parts. (or whatever the real connection is). Then go back and give the evidence of the connection.
Don’t spend all day telling me what and who the players are BEFORE you tell me the connection.
I know you didn’t write this article, but can you give the cliff’s notes version of the connection for us to save everyone a lot of time?
Thank you :-)
Years ago the left learned that they could get away with bizarre schemes if the made them byzantinely complex.
And what you just said is exactly why.
The Clintons got away with Whitewater largely because it was a complex scheme to explain.
Complexity for complexity’s sake makes prosecution difficult and it makes explaining things to the public more difficult as well.
Nailed Russian ‘collusion’, you did.
Watergate was pretty complex, and the big 3 TV news networks would devote half their nightly broadcasts to diagrams, charts, timelines, and interviews to explain the complexity. Didn't bother them at all, in fact they made the complexity look damning for the Nixon administration.
I had a subscription to Newsweek at the time (I was in high school). They had big charts, detailed timelines, expertly presented annotated diagrams and maps of DC with the various venues illustrated with the proverbial "circles and arrows."
This sort of detailed, explanatory coverage went on for months. Many months. They sold lots of advertising with it.
The main defendant in the Nunes suit is a company called Fusion GPS the very same company hired by Planned Parenthood in 2015 to debunk the CMP videos. Fusion GPS was later hired by the DNC and the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign to produce the discredited Steele dossier that falsely accused then-candidate Donald J. Trump of colluding with the Russians to affect the 2016 presidential election.
This is a case about active, coordinated and ongoing corruption, fraud and obstruction of justice by Fusion GPS, its founder, Glenn Simpson, and the [Campaign for Accountability], the suit states.
In 2017, Operation Rescue wrote the following about Fusion GPS:
In 2015, Planned Parenthood was reeling from negative publicity due to the release of damning undercover videos produced by the Center for Medical Progress that showed Planned Parenthood executives in their own words haggling over the best price in exchange for aborted baby body parts and confessing to other crimes.
In an attempt to diffuse the outcry, Planned Parenthood hired Fusion GPS to conduct a forensic analysis of the videos, which were mostly in the form of brief summaries compiled from hours of raw video.
Planned Parenthood got what they paid for.
The Fusion GPS report falsely declared that since the videos had been edited, they were therefore fake. Planned Parenthood pushed the phony report out as gospel truth to a willing mainstream media that never bothered to question whether Fusion GPS had the qualifications to conduct a forensic analysis of anything.
In truth, Fusion GPS has no known qualifications in the field of forensic video analysis. But what it does have is expertise in political dirty tricks that concoct dirt where there isnt any.
In his lawsuit, Nunes describes in detail Fusion GPS modus operandi and gives a detailed timeline into how this company provided fake reports and dossiers to smear opponents of those who hired them details that corroborate Operation Rescues own reporting about Fusion GPS political trickery. An excerpt is reprinted below.
In truth, Fusion GPS is a political war room for hire that specializes in dirty tricks and smears. As a regular way of doing business, it smears the opposition on behalf of its undisclosed clients. Upon information and belief, many of Fusion GPS clients, agents and donors are located in Virginia. Fusion GPS repeatedly uses the same means and methods: it creates fake dossiers and supplies the fraudulent documents to friendlies in the media for dissemination online and via social media.
It is clear that nothing produced by Fusion GPS can be trusted for veracity, and it appears that most Washington politicos that used them to smear their opponents knew it.
Perkins Coie and Fusion GPS
BOTH involved in smearing Planned Parenthood opponents
the Trump-Russia ‘collusion’ crap.
Abortion is the Rosetta Stone of politics
Whoever questions my conservative nature I simply say Im
Very pro-life - how could I ever vote democrat . And its over
You either support life. ALL LIFE BEGINNING TO END
or you promote MURDER FOR CONVENIENCE
It’s easy enough to understand if explained properly.
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