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Planned Parenthood caught violating Montana campaign law

Planned Parenthood has a history of flouting the law, and now, they’ve been caught doing it again. This time, they violated Montana campaign law.

Montana’s political practices commissioner has ruled that Planned Parenthood violated campaign law by not alerting a legislative candidate she would be the target of an attack ad.

While it may be a small infraction in this instance, it is just another example in a long line of law-breaking behavior. They have been caught, both in Live Action’s undercover investigations and in real-life instances, covering up child rape again and again, many times returning the victim back into the hands of the abuser.

They had shown a willingness to aid and abet sexual trafficking. They were found defrauding Medicaid, and blatantly broke the law in Wisconsin when they violated the WisconsinEye user agreement, not once, but twice. This stunt in Montana shows yet again that Planned Parenthood believes themselves to be above the law.

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