The pro-life group Live Action released a second undercover video Thursday revealing a counselor from the Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood clinic in New Yew York City discussing sex-selective abortion, also known as gendercide, with a client.
The video shows a counselor, Randi Coun, discussing the test to determine the baby's sex with a Live Action decoy.
Coun spends several minutes with the client but never tells her that the test brings with it a 1-in-100 chance of miscarriage.
She went on to describe abortions, even at a later term, as "safe" but only more "complicated."
"I can tell you, here at Planned Parenthood we believe it's not up to us to decide what is a good or bad reason for somebody to decide to terminate a pregnancy," Coun tells the actor.
The video emerged the same day House members voted on the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PRENDA) which would ban doctors from performing abortions based on the child's gender.
Live Action's first video released Tuesday showed a Planned Parenthood counselor out of Austin Texas advising a woman on how to obtain a sex-selective abortions.
After its release, Planned Parenthood claimed to have fired the staffer for not following the organization's protocol.
Live Action said several studies in the past four years point to thousands of "missing girls" in America due to the sex-selective practice.