Florida Planned Parenthood rallies against women seeing ultrasound, getting information

We know it, the abortion industry knows it. When women get the facts about human life and see an ultrasound of their unborn child, they are less likely to abort their child. One of our recent undercover videos shows abortion clinic staff basically admitting this to us:

In Florida, the legislature has passed a law that requires an ultrasound to be done before an abortion and women given the option to view the ultrasound. Women would also be given a medically accurate description of the unborn child’s current development.

Well, Planned Parenthood isn’t very happy about this and has held rallies in the state of Florida asking Governor Charlie Crist to veto the new legislation. While the rallies have got media attention, they don’t seem to be drawing many people as the Orlando Sentinel reports:

About three dozen opponents of the bill turned out for the Orlando rally

As a side-note, an estimated 250,000 to 400,000 people turned out at the March for Life rally in Washington, D.C., earlier this year.

Planned Parenthood knows that if they can keep the truth away from women, more women will abort and abortion is the most lucrative part of Planned Parenthood’s business. If laws don’t require Planned Parenthood to give accurate medical information about the development of unborn children, they will keep telling lies as our undercover videos continue to capture:

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