A couple of things here. The Center for Medical Progress released a video regarding abortion that YouTube deleted.
Apparently a judge told YouTube to delete the video.
2017/05/26 – Undercover Planned Parenthood Video Removed from YouTube at Judge’s Order – National Review
2017/05/25 – ‘I Might . . . Pull Off a Leg or Two’ – National Review
Dr. Ann Schutt-Aine, the director of abortion services for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast (which has been referred to local law-enforcement for criminal charges related to fetal-tissue trafficking):
If I’m doing a procedure, and I’m seeing that I’m in fear that it’s about to come to the umbilicus [navel], I might ask for a second set of forceps to hold the body at the cervix and pull off a leg or two, so it’s not PBA [partial-birth abortion].
More transcript of the video is at this link.
2017/05/26 – Planned Parenthood executives joke about decapitating fetuses in new video – Washington Times
Planned Parenthood executives joked about decapitated fetuses, admitted to altering abortion procedures to preserve fetal organs and said clinics have a financial incentive to sell human tissue in a new undercover video released Thursday.
The three-minute video was recorded at an annual National Abortion Federation meeting by pro-life investigators with the Center for Medical Progress. The advocacy group said it’s just a preview of never-before-seen content that has been sealed for almost two years due to legal fights.
Also, Deb VanDerhei, national director of Planned Parenthood’s Consortium of Abortion Providers, admits that some clinics are motivated to sell fetal tissue for profit.
“But the truth is that some might want to do it for — to increase their revenues. And we can’t stop them,” she says in the video.
2017/05/26 – YouTube Deletes Pro-Life Video From Site – Washington Free Beacon
YouTube has deleted a video that showed Planned Parenthood executives admitting abortion is “killing,” leading pro-life activists to accuse the site of censorship.
The link to the three-minute video now redirects to a message from YouTube, saying, “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service.” It does not elaborate on which terms or condition the video violated, nor does it give a reason why it was taken down. YouTube did not return request for comment.
The Center for Medical Progress has uploaded the deleted video to LiveLeak and has pledged to release raw footage of the convention in the near future.