PP adds stealing to its repertoire

Thursday, May 21, 2020
Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood logo with cash backgroundA pro-lifer understands how the nation's largest abortion conglomerate would take what doesn't belong to them, and he also understands why the government wants its money back.

Planned Parenthood, which has more than 16,000 employees and over 600 at its headquarters in New York City and Washington, D.C., has obtained paycheck protection loans designed for companies with 500 or fewer workers. So Hugh Brown of American Life League says the Small Business Administration wants the money back according.

"37 Planned Parenthood affiliates improperly took $80 million in cash intended for families that run pizzerias, that have the small shop that employs less than 500 people -- printers, landscapers, restaurants ... people that have invested their lives in running their businesses," Brown tells OneNewsNow.

He says it is not just improper for Planned Parenthood to take the money, but it is also criminal. He also wonders how an organization that kills the equivalent of the population of Pittsburgh every year in abortions can be trusted.


"Do you think for one moment that people that go and cash their paychecks every Friday knowing that they've slaughtered 1,000-plus people that week, that they're going to have any qualms about lying, about cheating, about stealing," the pro-lifer wonders. "I mean, there is no moral parameter here. There is no barometer."

This is the same organization that has been caught peddling aborted baby body parts for a profit, doing abortions on minors in violation of state parental notification and consent laws, and providing inappropriate sex education courses and birth control to kids, then doing their abortions when the contraceptives fail.

Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel Action is pleased the government wants its money back.

"This is part of the problem of these companies that ripped off the businesses that really needed it," he asserts. "There's a lot of small businesses that didn't originally get these funds, and some of them never got the funds because of greedy corporations like Planned Parenthood. And this corporation, Planned Parenthood, makes its money off the blood of children; it should not have a single dollar from the COVID-19 fund."


Considering the organization's criminal history, Staver urges voters to make some changes to the U.S. House in the fall.

"The problem is that we need to have a different constituency in the U.S. House, because right now it's controlled by very liberal Democrats who are very supportive of the radical taking of innocent human life through abortion," he tells OneNewsNow. And we need to have the voters make some changes in the fall so that we can make sure that Planned Parenthood is permanently defunded."

Staver says those funds could be distributed to county and city medical facilities that provide far more services than Planned Parenthood ever has.


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