A new undercover video shows how the abortion industry is profiting from the painful deaths of unborn babies.
The new investigative video by Live Action exposes the gruesome late-term abortions performed at the Albuquerque abortion clinic Southwestern Women's Options.
"This facility is only one of the worst examples of the abortion industry's complete disregard for basic human rights -- babies shot through the heart with poison; mothers left to deliver their dead children in an empty hotel room," Live Action President Lila Rose said in a press release.
The video includes a phone conversation between a prospective abortion patient who is about 25 weeks pregnant and a clinic worker. The worker tells her it will cost $8,000 for the late-term abortion and that the price will go up $1,000 every week that she waits to have the abortion.
Later in the video, the pregnant women goes into the Albuquerque clinic, where abortionist Dr. Carmen Landau tells her how the "fetus" will be injected with a needle to stop its heartbeat.
Then an abortion counselor explains, "If it's bottom down, [the needle] will be inserted into the baby's bottom... If it's head down [the needle] will be inserted through the head -- the cranium."
"Does it feel that?" the undercover mother asks.
"You know I'm not sure... I don't believe so?" the counselor says. "I don't know if it's developed enough to feel that. It might be. Okay, does that idea bother you?"
"A little bit, I guess. I mean, what about you?" the young mother asks.
After a moment, the worker says, "I feel that it's, um, necessary for the procedure to happen and ultimately, um, the safest and kind of the most kind of humane way to do it. You know? Because we cannot deliver a live baby."
The worker then explains that the mother will end up going through labor anyway to deliver a stillborn baby.
In the video, Dr. Landau also admits that people come from across the United States and around the world to the Albuquerque clinic because abortions are illegal after 24 weeks in most places, but New Mexico does not have many restrictions.
The video comes as voters in Albuquerque, N.M., prepare to vote Tuesday on a measure that would ban abortion after 20 weeks. Evidence shows unborn babies can feel pain by that point.
Pro-life forces in Albuquerque say they've been outspent by the abortion industry 10-to-1 in the ballot battle over the new measure to ban late-term abortions in their city.