The following comes from a July 28 WND article by Chelsea Schilling:

An estimated 12,000 Americans in as many as 65 U.S. cities took to the streets Tuesday to demand an end to federal funding of Planned Parenthood amid mounting evidence that the abortion group dismembered unborn babies and sold the babies’ internal organs and parts – including heads, hearts, livers, kidneys and limbs – to organizations and researchers across the country.
The “Women Betrayed” rallies, coordinated by Students for Life of America and Pro-Life Future, followed release of three undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood executives negotiating deals to collect and deliver the baby parts.

A rally at the U.S. Capitol featured the following speakers: Doctor Ben Carson; Senators Rand Paul and James Lankford; Representatives Marsha Blackburn, Andy Harris, Tim Huelskamp and Chris Smith; Marilyn Musgrave of the Susan B. Anthony List; Penny Nance of Concerned Women for America; Jeanneane Maxon of Americans United for Life; and Arina Grossu of the Family Research Council.

He continued, “When you have multiple individuals caught on tape apparently confessing to multiple felonies that carry with them long jail times, justice must be served. I call on the U.S. Department of Justice to enforce the criminal laws and investigate Planned Parenthood. I call upon state and local law enforcement to investigate the local affiliates of Planned Parenthood in terms of whether they have violated the criminal law. I call upon the United States Congress to hold hearings into whether Planned Parenthood is a criminal enterprise violating the federal criminal laws.

“I call upon our friends in the mainstream media to ask Hillary Clinton is she is pleased that she has so much passion and support from Planned Parenthood, an entity that appears to be a national criminal enterprise. I call on mainstream reporters to ask Hillary Clinton if she supports Planned Parenthood’s sale of body parts and direct violation of federal criminal law.”

In his speech, retired neurosurgeon Doctor Carson said, “I spent so many nights in the operating room, all night long, working, toiling so hard to save one of those lives. You know one of the most wonderful aspects of life is when later on, you can see that same little baby as a 25- or 30-year-old who has their own little baby. And yet there was somebody, at some point, saying it was just a clump of cells that didn’t mean anything. Well isn’t it funny that those same people who say it’s a meaningless clump of cells are trying to get livers and lungs and kidneys? How could you have such organs from a meaningless clump of cells?”

He continued, “Here’s the worst thing about all of that. I think that we have just gradually slid in terms of our morals to a point where we don’t really care about the killing of human beings. That is the bad news. The good news is, I think we are changing. And I think things like this are starting to change us a lot. There are actually more people in America now who identify themselves as pro-life than there are who are pro-death. You know, we are capable of changing.

Senator Paul told the crowd the Senate will vote on a bill to defund Planned Parenthood before Congress’ August recesses, and he called on Hillary Clinton to return any money she’s received from Planned Parenthood.
“I have three kids, and my fondest memories are of looking at the ultrasound[s]. We still have pictures of our kids before they were born, moving around, fighting, moving their arms. They were already playing sports, it seemed. But we were so proud of seeing those pictures. Something special was coming. But we now find out that Planned Parenthood is using the ultrasounds to manipulate the baby into a position to harvest the organs. This callous disregard expressed over wine and cheese should inflame and infuriate us all. We should stop, once and for all, any penny of money going to Planned Parenthood.”

The “Women Betrayed” rallies were scheduled to take place in the following cities:
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Anchorage, Alaska
Austin, Texas
Baltimore, Maryland
Baton Rouge, La.
Birmingham, Alabama
Bloomington, Indiana
Boston, Massachusetts
Buffalo, New York
Charleston, South Carolina
Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Columbia, Missouri
Columbus, Ohio
Concord, New Hampshire
Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
Des Moines, Iowa
Erie, Pennsylvania
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Fort Myers, Florida
York, Pennsylvania
Honolulu, Hawaii
Houston, Texas
Indianapolis, Indiana
Jacksonville, Florida
Kansas City, Kansas
Kissimmee, Florida
Lansing, Michigan
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Las Vegas, Nevada
Lexington, Kentucky
Los Angeles, California
Memphis, Tennessee
Miami, Florida
Mobile, Alabama
Naples, Florida
Nashville, Tennessee
Omaha, Nebraska
Orange, California
Orlando, Florida
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Portland, Oregon
Riverside, California
Rochester, Minnesota
Rochester, New York
Sacramento, California
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio, Texas
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Schenectady, New York
Seattle, Washington
Sioux City, Iowa
South Bend, Indiana
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Paul, Minnesota
Stamford, Connecticut
Syracuse, New York
Trenton, New Jersey
Vancouver, Washington
Waco, Texas
Washington, D.C.
West Palm Beach, Florida