A pro-life organization is asking why abortion giant Planned Parenthood deserves federal grant money for teens.
The federal Department of Health and Human Services is pumping $5 million in grant money into the abortion giant for programs to prevent teen pregnancy.
But that's like giving money to General Motors to convince people not to buy cars, says Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics.
"What you have to understand is that Planned Parenthood's interest is not in reducing the number of teenage girls that get pregnant," Crutcher alleges. "It's in reducing the number of teenage girls that have babies, and those are two totally different things which they often try to sell as the same thing."
Crutcher also points to an investigation Life Dynamics conducted showing Planned Parenthood's willingness to perform abortions on children without notification of parents and without reporting child predators to law enforcement.
The pro-lifer says there's no doubt that Planned Parenthood is operating a "pedophile protection racket" that protects men who are raping girls, when the same organization claims it's helping prevent teen pregnancy.