Planned Parenthood just can’t celebrate the murder of babies often enough.
After observing a national #PinkOut Day back in March, the organization repeated the effort today.
According to the group’s political arm Planned Parenthood Action Fund, today’s action was an effort to get the attention of Senate members who are expected to consider Obamacare repeal and replace legislation during the coming weeks.
Planned Parenthood falsely claims to be a healthcare provider. The group also would like you to believe that abortion is a small part of what it does. Only 3% of their total services, you know. Not really that big of a deal.
But it is a big deal. In fact if it were just one single abortion out of a billion services rendered, it would still be a big deal.
Of course the facts tell a different story than the one Planned Parenthood tells.
FACT: Planned Parenthood directly performs more than 300,000 abortions per year – roughly one third of all the abortions performed in the United States.
FACT: Planned Parenthood supplies fetal body parts to researchers and receives compensation in return.
FACT: Multiple federal audits have revealed tens of millions of dollars in overbilling of Medicare by Planned Parenthood.
FACT: Planned Parenthood – a nonprofit organization which receives federal funds – consistently reports profits of millions of dollars each year.
FACT: Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards receives compensation of more than $500,000 per year.
FACT: Planned Parenthood Action Fund spends huge sums of money on lobbying and funding campaign ads for supportive politicians – including three-quarters of a million dollars on John Ossoff’s recent loss to Karen Handel.
The list literally goes on and on, but you get the idea. The truth is that Planned Parenthood cares far more about abortion and money than it does about women’s health – and if they refuse to own up to that, it’s up to those of us who are pro-life to expose it.
In closing, here’s an idea for some enterprising pro-life organization out there to pick up and run with: A Pink & Blue Day to celebrate babies. Ladies can wear pink, gentlemen can wear blue.
If you’re not sure to which category you belong, wear a pink shirt and dye your hair blue, or vice-versa.