Saturday, August 29, 2015


StemExpress cut ties with Planned Parenthood after the sixth video released by the Center for Medical Progress.

It's easy to see why. Here's the eighth installment thus far:

The 36-year old Cate Dyer - what's in a name - whose company StemExpress is one of the Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America, was named one of the “40 under 40” by Sacramento Business Journal.

But doing it the Cate Dyer way is easy - US taxpayer dough is funding her meteoric rise. Via Crisimagazine:

"...Until recently, Dyer seemed to have it all—she was able to gain a significant market share of fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood by placing her own personnel at Planned Parenthood abortion facilities to help harvest the tissue following the abortions. In fact, the only reason we even know about the scandal surrounding the sale of fetal tissue at Planned Parenthood is because Holly O’Donnell, one of Dyer’s own employees decided that she could not participate in what she found an abhorrent practice. Of course, O’Donnell was not the only connection between StemExpress and Planned Parenthood. The more important connection between StemExpress and Planned Parenthood is Dr. Ronald Berman, a 73 year-old abortion provider, and Medical Director at Planned Parenthood, Fresno, as well as Planned Parenthood Mountain View, CA. At the same time Berman was doing abortions for Planned Parenthood, he was also employed as Senior Medical Director at StemExpress doing the very abortions that are contributing to the bottom line of the company he works for. In fact, in the undercover videos, Holly O’Donnell identifies Berman as having a reputation for “going viciously fast” in his abortion and harvesting practices at Planned Parenthood.

Berman and Dyer know that there is much money to be made in the harvesting of fetal tissue. While most of the pro-life community has been focusing on the role Planned Parenthood has played in harvesting everything possible from the bodies of the aborted children in their facilities, the real money that is to be made is in the tissue procurement arena—the broker who provides the materials to the researchers. While most people know that State and Federal grants fund embryonic stem cell research at universities and research laboratories throughout the country, fewer people realize that federal grant money also funds fetal tissue research. Taxpayer money is helping to add to the tremendous financial success achieved by StemExpress. Lifesite News recently reported that U. S. taxpayers provided more than $280 million in fetal tissue research from 2011 to 2014. Much of that fetal tissue comes from abortion. Originally reported by the Associated Press, 97 organizations, received federal grants for fetal tissue research. A spokesman for St. Jude’s Research Hospital, one of the research facilities working with fetal tissue research, told LifeSite News that the fetal tissue researchers often do not know whether fetal tissue is coming from aborted babies or from babies who are miscarried..."

Exerpt from a conversation:

Dyer: As you probably know, one of the issues with neural tissue, it’s so fragile. It’s insanely fragile. And I don’t even know—I was gonna say, I know we get requests for neural, it’s the hardest thing in the world to ship.

Buyer: You do it as the whole calvarium [head].

Dyer: Yeah, that’s the easiest way. And we’ve actually had good success with that.

Buyer: Make sure the eyes are closed!

Dyer: Yeah! [laughter] Tell the lab it’s coming!

Buyer: Yeah.

Dyer: They’ll open the box, go, ”Oh God!” [laughter]

All very funny. She should take Jon Stewart's place.

August 29, 2015, and not a peep from De Standaard yet.


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