Did baby butchers Planned Parenthood force Austin Hyatt Regency to cancel a screening of “Gosnell” movie?

The movie, “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” opens October 12. The producers had planned a free pre-screening of the movie at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Austin, Texas this Saturday.

The Hyatt canceled the Gosnell movie event, even after movie producers had paid a deposit and signed a contract with the hotel.

The reason? Planned Parenthood has a $400-per-plate fundraiser featuring former CEO Cecile Richards planned at the hotel that was scheduled the same time as the movie screening.

Life News reports that more than 250 people signed up for the free pre-screening event, and dozens more registering daily. Here’s more about what happened:

“The movie’s producers, however, were told Monday by the hotel the screen was canceled for “security reasons.”

The producers told WND they paid the deposit and signed the contract to reserve the space for the screening.

“Everything that was required by the Hyatt was provided and completed as required,” a spokesman said.”

Back in 2016, Planned Parenthood’s Greater Texas Chapter held a fundraiser at the Dallas Hyatt Regency. At that event, the baby butchers raised more than $850,000, the most ever raised during a single event by the local chapter.

In March this year, the Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida held their annual dinner at a Hyatt Regency (Sarasota).

In 2012, United Airlines hosted a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast at the Houston Hyatt.

In November this year, Cecile Richards will speak at the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s yearly gathering at the San Francisco Hyatt.

Sounds like Planned Parenthood and the Hyatt Regency have a good business relationship. I think we can pretty much assume why the Hyatt gave preference to the baby butchers over the Kermit Gosnell movie screening.


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Kevin J Lankford
Kevin J Lankford
2 years ago

A $400.00 a plate fund raising dinner put on by ‘planned parent hood? I think that my biggest concern would be just what is on the menu.

2 years ago

I read about Gosnell a few years ago, and this should be a powerful movie, but I am wondering how, like Spotlight and the ped priests in Boston movie, this will be released in theaters. Too horrible to be believed, too important not to be seen. I still have flashbacks about some of the stuff he did–he laughed that one baby was full-term and big the boy could have walked out of the clinic. Somehow, somewhere I will see this movie. Here’s a different view of what happens to unsellable baby parts. https://beforeitsnews.com/v3/alternative/2018/3638171.html

2 years ago

Maybe they should choose another venue to show the movie.

the postman
2 years ago

For those who haven’t seen it, Maafa 21 is a very well done documentary on the eugenics and birth control movements that focuses quite a bit on Planned Parenthood. I highly recommend watching it. I just uploaded it to my channel on BitChute. You can view it here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/X24oluVXzVji/