Donations drop when PP's focus is revealed

Tuesday, January 7, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood logo with cash backgroundDonors are apparently sending a rather negative message to the nation's largest abortion chain.

American Life League's Jim Sedlak has reviewed Planned Parenthood's annual report for the 2018-19 fiscal year, and he tells OneNewsNow the abortion giant reportedly performed 345,627 abortions during that time -- a record number.

"They've never gotten to that number before," he explains, adding that Planned Parenthood also received a record amount of income from the taxpayer: "$53 million more than last year, which had been a record already."

The abortion conglomerate's services to clients outside of abortion have been dropping for a number of years, and donors finally appear to get the point that the business is an abortion-focused one.

Sedlak, Jim (American Life League)"They lost 400,000 individual contributors between the year before and this year," Sedlak relays. "That resulted in a drop of $39.5 million in income from donors."

The company has 51 percent of the abortion facilities in the country and is responsible for nearly 40 percent of the reported abortions. Further, the non-profit reported $110 million in excess of expenditures, or profit, for the year.

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