So Live Action unleashed more undercover videos filmed at Planned Parenthood clinics. In the latest, the pranksters, posing as a pimp and prostitute, told the case worker that they run a "sex work" clinic with 14 and 15 year old girls. They then asked how to bring them in for abortions or STD tests without getting caught.
Naturally, lefties like Media Matters said these vids were no big deal. Yet, because of these tapes, they've joined 26 progressive groups in pleading to Congress not to defund Planned Parenthood.
So what's it gunna be - a big deal, or no big deal?
Well, if the angry left must circle its wagons around PP, then it's a HUGE deal.
These idiots, though, fail to realize that it's too late: PP has already admitted they're wrong - by firing the guilty. And now, the organization announced it will retrain thousands of staff members - and also can anyone who doesn't comply when it came to reporting minors in trouble.
So this prank was a massive, vital success, for it exposed a horrible flaw in the ideology of confidentiality that allows sexual abuse to occur.
Yet Media Matter's Eric Boehlert tweets mockingly about it.
(They should change the name to Misogynist Matters.)
Finally, let's go back to what I said long ago. If, in the original Borat movie, there was a scene where the main character entered a clinic, asking for teenage sex slavery advice, movie critics would marvel at how he got those rubes to reveal unspeakable crimes.
And yet it happens now, for real - but not by a clever movie star. So it's just a silly sting done by hacks.
True, it's a sting.
But for a sting to work, someone has to be stung. And Live Action didn't supply actors to play the Planned Parenthood employees.
Those people, sadly, were real.
Even Planned Parenthood admits that.
Too bad the creeps at Media Matters can't.
And if you disagree with me, you're worse than David Brock.