Planned Parenthood knows it’s not aborting ‘clumps of cells’
A former Planned Parenthood manager describes what happens immediately following early abortions in the “products of conception” lab where abortionists sift through the dismembered body parts of the babies they just killed. The process shows that Planned Parenthood clearly knows it isn’t aborting “clumps of cells” or “products of conception” – euphemisms it often uses to mislead women about how developed their babies are – but rather children with distinct arms, legs, fingers, faces, and once-beating hearts.
Live Action’s “Abortion Corporation” investigation shows that Planned Parenthood is focused on pushing profitable abortions, often at the expense of health care services for the women it claims to serve.
Planned Parenthood’s own numbers show that it performs less than two percent of U.S. women’s cancer screenings, zero mammograms, and offers virtually no prenatal care for women who want to keep their babies. Its solution for helping women to adopt instead of abort is to tell them to search for adoption services on the Internet. Yet, Planned Parenthood has the largest market share of any abortion chain in the country at 34.9 percent.
America’s Largest Abortion Chain
On average, Planned Parenthood ends the lives of over 320,000 preborn children every year. Based on its 2014-15 annual report, the corporation committed 887 abortions every day — one abortion every 97 seconds.
PREBORN CHILDREN KILLED LAST YEAR
PREBORN CHILDREN KILLED EACH DAY
SECONDS EACH PREBORN CHILD IS KILLED
Taxpayers are forced to fund nearly half of the abortion giant’s budget on the false premise that Planned Parenthood is synonymous with women’s health care. Sign Live Action’s petition to tell Congress and the president to support real health care by redirecting over $500 million annually going to Planned Parenthood to thousands of local health clinics and hospitals.
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