Rubio Demands Investigation Into Planned Parenthood

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has called for a federal investigation into Planned Parenthood over the latest allegations of the abortion mill selling body parts of aborted children.

Planned Parenthood has repeatedly been caught over the years selling aborted babies’ body parts to “research” institutions.

Several viral videos have emerged over the past few years of Planned Parenthood officials discussing terms for sales with undercover journalists — including one where the woman remarked that she wanted to make enough money from the sale to buy a Lamborghini.

The video was published by journalist David Daleiden, who was later ordered to pay $870,000 to Planned Parenthood for filming the official without her knowledge and exposing the truth.

Now, another report has emerged alleging that a Planned Parenthood chapter was illegally providing human fetal tissue to the University of California San Diego (UCSD) for research.

In a Tuesday letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General Christi Grimm, Rubio demanded an investigation into the matter.

“Not only was Planned Parenthood providing the aborted fetal tissue in exchange for ‘valuable consideration,’ emails between the groups show that Planned Parenthood and UCSD actively collaborated and met at regular intervals to discuss the progress of the research,” the Florida senator wrote.

The news came via the pro-life group Center for Medical Progress, which published documents showing that Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest had given UCSD human fetal tissue from aborted children in exchange for the rights of results from the research that the university conducts with the tissue.

Rubio explained in the letter that Planned Parenthood transferring the body parts of aborted children in exchange for compensation is a violation of the law that could land the perpetrators in prison for up to ten years.

“The relationship between Planned Parenthood and UCSD appears to be much more than a mere contract,” he wrote in the letter.

The Florida senator also noted that the University of Pittsburgh is currently under investigation for similar crimes, adding that he would like the federal government to look into this matter.

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