Planned Parenthood Hired Fusion GPS (of Russian Dossier Fame) to Target Video Makers...
Step into the time machine with me, but wipe your feet first. Two or so years ago, Planned Parenthood was up sh!t creek, using picnic spoons to paddle. The Center for Medical Progress, then an unknown entity, had infiltrated the baby butcher chambers of the abortion giant. Exposing their depraved act of selling, then FedExing, baby parts all across the country. For "science." In desperate efforts to save fetal face (which they probably sell), Planned Parenthood faxed talking points to their lackeys in media and the DNC. It went something like this:
Those videos are highly edited. We cannot trust those highly edited videos. Planned Parenthood is pro-woman. Planned Parenthood saves lives. Without Planned Parenthood, the sun would not shine. If Planned Parenthood goes down, Earth would be cast into a perpetual winter. Saber tooth tigers will rise again. They'll eat puppies, feed on our lifeless carcasses. Stop these video makers from destroying your lives! SAVE PLANNED PARENTHOOD. SAVE THE WORLD!
I'm sure you remember.
Turns out Planned Parenthood hired Fusion GPS (which also has ties to CNN) to "investigate" the videos which exposed Planned Parenthood's role in the fetal body part black market. The same Fusion GPS which funded the now infamous Russian Dossier:
A “forensic analysis” conducted by Fusion GPS in 2015 found that the Center for Medical Progress videos “do not present a complete or accurate record of the events they purport to depict.”
Funny. "Do not present a complete or accurate record of events" huh? Kind of like how the Russian Dossier accused Trump of being titillated by tinkles?
In light of the Trump dossier, Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, said the Fusion GPS report is not credible.
“It is no surprise that Planned Parenthood hired Fusion GPS to create a fake report,” Mr. Staver said in a statement. “Fusion GPS is the same company hired by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee to produce fake news.”
Even David Daleiden, one of the two video producers, called Fusion GPS out on their crap. Back in 2015:
“In reality, the report is a pseudoscientific production by Fusion GPS, a political opposition-research company that has no forensic certifications,” Mr. Daleiden said at the time.
He was right. Yet the "it's edited! It's FAKE!" talking points were still crowed, from Nancy Pelosi on down the Democrat party line.
Fusion GPS is as credible at analyzing undercover video of Planned Parenthood, as Lena Dunham is qualified to teach abstinence. At an all girls Catholic school.
Here's where it gets sticky. Fusion GPS was retained to smear the undercover Planned Parenthood videos. That's what we can confirm. What has Fusion GPS done to smear the video makers themselves? Let's play conspiracy theorist for a second and follow the white rabbit down the trail. If Fusion GPS, in efforts to taint and ruin the President of the United States, went so far as to say Donald Trump enjoyed a rub a dub dub in a golden shower... what did Fusion GPS create to smear two undercover journalists? What else has Fusion GPS done in its "reporting" on David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt?
The Trump Dossier led federal investigators on a wild Russian ride of allegations and slutty conspiracy theories. Both Daleiden and Merritt have been in and out of court facing a litany of charges. But I'm sure that's just coincidence. Related: Planned Parenthood Donated Thousands to California AG Charging Anti-Abortion Activists.
As Frank Sinatra once sang, start spreading the news.