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Gruesome details support claims that Planned Parenthood sold aborted baby body parts — so where is the media?

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On Monday's episode of "The News & Why it Matters," Glenn Beck discussed the media silence after the CEO of a biotech company testified that her company purchased aborted baby body parts from Planned Parenthood.

In this clip, the panel discussed an undercover video that exposed Planned Parenthood executives admitting to selling aborted baby body parts in 2015. The two undercover journalists, David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, are facing a 12-day trial involving 15 felony counts of illegal taping of confidential information in connection with the undercover videos.

Glenn explained that in the preliminary hearing, the CEO of StemExpress admitted to buying beating hearts and intact heads of aborted babies that procured from Planned Parenthood. StemExpress is a California based biotech research company.

"So here is my question," Glenn began. "The media said that all of this stuff was selective editing. It wasn't. We now have the CEO admitting of getting beating hearts, and digging it out of the child's chest. It's worse than what they had on video.

"The media said it was selective editing. Where is the media today correcting that? How come the media does not have a single story out? You have to find this on Christian news sites," Glenn explained. There is not a single news story from any legitimate big news organization. And when will Snopes stop denying this? Glenn asked.

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