[caption id="attachment_142242" align="aligncenter" width="3600"] In this image released by Universal Pictures, various minion characters appear in a scene from the animated feature, "Minions." (Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures via AP) 


There's something kind of ironic about an organization caught selling body parts of aborted fetuses using a children's movie to defend itself against those accusations.

Planned Parenthood has been under fire recently after two stomach-churning undercover videos of its officials casually discussing the sale of baby body parts surfaced. In these videos, they do everything from tout their “less crunchy” techniques to get “whole specimens” to haggle over prices because “I want a Lamborghini.”

Conservatives have called for investigations into this practice and to defund the organization, which receives over $500 million in taxpayer money every year.

But Planned Parenthood has defended itself by saying the video is heavily-edited, and by blaming the anti-abortion group that filmed them.

On Friday, they grew a little more desperate and tried out a new strategy on Twitter. Using a gif from the popular children's movie Minions to try and prove their point.

It didn't quite hit the mark.