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More criticism for media cowardice on Planned Parenthood news

MRC’s Rich Noyes Slams Media’s ‘Pathetic’ Coverage of Planned Parenthood
July 24, 2015 by NB Staff

MRC Research Director Rich Noyes appeared Friday on FNC’s Your World with Neil Cavuto and he slamed the “pathetic” coverage by the broadcast networks of the Planned Parenthood scandal. Regarding the undercover sting video of the abortion activists discussing the selling of body parts from aborted babies, Noyes derided: “If this had been a hidden camera expose, say, of a conservative politician, you would be seeing a lot more [coverage].”

He added: “But this is a hidden camera expo of a liberal group that gets half a billion dollars in federal money and the networks just don’t walk to talk about it very much.” Anchor Neil Cavuto praised the Media Research Center: “Rich, you helped provide these numbers and thank God for your organization.”

full article and video

Reporters Can’t Be Out of Questions for Planned Parenthood
July 26, 2016 by Tim Graham

Last Monday, Mollie Hemingway at The Federalist found a noticeable “lack of ferocity” on the Planned Parenthood tapes in the liberal media. So she composed a long list of questions incurious reporters should be asking if they somehow thought the story was prematurely exhausted. (Remember when they mocked George W. Bush as incurious?)

Hemingway also did a little Nexis searching to show how aggressively these same outlets could explore the issue of the Confederate flag, which isn’t involved in selling the body parts of dead babies, but draws more outrage from “objective” reporters (this was before the second tape, which was mostly ignored):

You should also bookmark where Obama’s Department of Health and Human Services told the Federalist that the Planned Parenthood scandal was not a “breaking news story of general public interest” in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

full article

Liberal Media Defend Planned Parenthood, Censor Word ‘Baby’

In an ironic “I know you are but what am I” moment, Planned Parenthood tried to portray its critics as elitist monarchs trying to silence them. But it is, in fact, Planned Parenthood who is acting precisely in that way.

Planned Parenthood Defends Killing Babies and Selling the Organs by Tweeting Popular Children’s Movie Character
July 25, 2016 by Christian Datoc

Screen_Shot_2015-07-24_at_1-e1437760654143In an almost nonsensically insensitive move, Planned Parenthood defended itself from accusations that it is selling aborted fetus organs on the black market by tweeting an image of a character from the popular children’s movie, “Minions.”

The film — released this past year — is a prequel to the critically acclaimed “Despicable Me” but has not lived up to the expectations of its predecessors, receiving a rating of “54% rotten” on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer. According to the reviews, the latest movie lazily recycles beloved parts from the first two installments, in what can only be described as a greedy scam to suck every last dollar out of the venture. (Read more from “Planned Parenthood Defends Killing Babies and Selling the Organs by Tweeting Popular Children’s Movie Character” HERE)

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