Those who have been watching Planned Parenthood over the years weren’t surprised they were partners in the Women’s March the day after President Trump was inaugurated. They also aren’t surprised Planned Parenthood is spending millions to advertise on television and elsewhere asking people to tell Congress to keep the organization funded. (If Planned Parenthood is so poor, where did they get the money for television advertising during the inauguration coverage on Friday?)
However, in the last few days Planned Parenthood’s façade is cracking even more. Today Live Action released a video exposing PP’s employees, in their own words, telling women they don’t offer prenatal care. Instead they provide abortions. What? How does that fit the 3% abortion rate they tout?
Debunking Planned Parenthood's "3%" Abortion Myth https://t.co/HTqinsMCHG
— Fr. Kurt Perera (@FrKurtPerera) January 11, 2017
Since Live Action’s video called out the Tempe, AZ Planned Parenthood first in its list of clinics, let’s take a look at Planned Parenthood of Arizona’s Twitter feed to see what they are up to. Keep in mind, they are the sex ed provider in all the Tempe High Schools.
Merry Christmas from Planned Parenthood Arizona:
— PlannedParenthood AZ (@PPArizona) December 15, 2016
Remember when we wrote about transgender medical care coming to a Planned Parenthood near you? Those in the Phoenix area, hold on to your hats, it’s coming:
By adding transgender studies to health class via sex ed, Planned Parenthood creates a problem and then normalizes it. This leads to more customers through its doors. Adding transgender services will also skew the percentage of abortion visits downward so they look more appealing to the general public.
Recently, we wrote about the fact Planned Parenthood’s sex ed isn’t really medically accurate. They tell girls the birth control pill is safe, but we know otherwise.
— PlannedParenthood AZ (@PPArizona) December 2, 2016
Here’s an interesting article on Planned Parenthood Arizona’s blog. Note the date is December 19th and they ran it several times on Twitter right before Christmas and Hanukkah, when people might be feeling a little religious and spending time with family. They wouldn’t want a woman’s family influencing them, would they?
— PlannedParenthood AZ (@PPArizona) December 19, 2016
Basically this blog implies the reader can pick the religion they want that makes them feel okay about their abortion. But there is one obstacle:
If Planned Parenthood read the Catholic Church’s voter guide, they would share with readers there are a few non-negotiables when voting, and one of them is protection of life from conception until natural death. Not only is Planned Parenthood not medically accurate, they are also not religiously accurate.
Planned Parenthood Arizona supported the marchers on January 21st.
— PlannedParenthood AZ (@PPArizona) January 23, 2017
We won’t regurgitate the vulgar words, clothes, and behavior by some of the participants at the marches on Saturday. They made their mark in news reports. We will remind them there are children watching. It’s time those partnering with Planned Parenthood, whether in the marches, on social media, or financially, find it within themselves to grow up, for the children.
Finally, one might say Planned Parenthood is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s a piece of cake to document Planned Parenthood’s dangers and deceptions, especially after these last few days. It’s more important than ever to share with voters the goings-on with Planned Parenthood and their supporters. Check out this Twitter page in support of the Women’s March and ask yourself if this is who you want with your kids. Do her values match yours as a parent?
Here’s a little more about the above marcher. Arizonans, especially those proudly sending their kids to Arizona State University’s Honors College, may want to look into what their hard-earned money is paying for.
We will do our best to keep our readers up to speed on the open-minded, loving people at Planned Parenthood……Until we are blocked.