Abortion giant uses pro-lifers' money to fight them

Friday, November 2, 2018
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood logo with cash backgroundA new report suggests taxpayer funds that flow to abortion champion Planned Parenthood frees up money to fight pro-life candidates.

"It's important for taxpayers to understand that they are funding Planned Parenthood at the tune of $500 million, and Planned Parenthood uses those funds for their very nominal health services and it is now freeing up other donations that they receive through private donations or corporate donations," says Alison Centofante of Live Action, the organization behind the new report on Planned Parenthood. "Those donations are going to their political arm."

To put it another way, Live Action says Planned Parenthood is weaponizing taxpayers' money against them.

"By us funding Planned Parenthood with our taxpayer dollars," Centofante further explains, "we are freeing up other donations to be used to support pro-abortion candidates that go to Washington and in turn thanking Planned Parenthood by keeping their funding stream going."

At the same time Planned Parenthood pushes for more taxpayer dollars, Live Action says both Planned Parenthood's services and client numbers are declining. Yet the abortion numbers have jumped by 11 percent, numbering more than 300,000 in recent years.

"How do they keep getting more money, even though everything that they're doing other than abortions is decreasing in terms of services and facilities and clients?" Centofante asks. "The answer is Planned Parenthood has dedicated millions of dollars to getting pro-abortion candidates in office that can continue to support them and their funding."

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