Media Matters also criticized the way the Bronx video was edited, saying that vital context was left out.
Regarding the exchange between the clinician and the pregnant woman, the site says, "the video is edited down to make it appear as though the clinician describes a procedure in which a baby that survives an abortion is killed using a toxic solution."
"But Live Action edited out from the video the portion in which the clinician makes clear that the situation they're talking about has never happened in her experience and the discussion is hypothetical, and the video shows the [separate] counselor explaining to the woman that the doctor would have to resuscitate the baby if that situation did occur."
Media Matters also questioned Rose's true intentions, pointing to her history behind other undercover videos purporting to show illegal practices in areas such as sex-selection abortion and child sex trafficking.
And the group also points out Rose's association to James O'Keefe -- the controversial conservative videographer who previously used undercover videos to embarrass community organizing group ACORN and who tried to coerce a CNN correspondent onto a boat filled with sexually explicit props then secretly record the encounter.
Rose dismissed the criticism.
"Our critics at Media Matters, I think they're divorced from reality," she said. "They accuse of us false editing to deceive people. But we're the ones who put the full footage and full transcripts ... for their sake and anyone else who wants to read them. So we have nothing to hide here."
"We urge people to view the footage for themselves and draw their own conclusions."
Rose does admit one thing.
"We're not saying we have a film or footage of a child crying in a sink. Or a child left on a table who's still breathing," she said. "Our investigators didn't go in there to peek through the trash cans. We don't have that information." That, Rose said, would be for investigators to find out.