Parents, don't let your kids get burned

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

teens using mobile devicesPlanned Parenthood is using a new app to thwart abstinence education and circumvent parents.

It's an action taken to break through barriers and reach children with Planned Parenthood's virtual sex education and abortion propaganda, presenting its filthy description that promotes promiscuity and abortion. The abortion provider has set up an interactive app and chatbot labeled "Roo" that children can access through their smartphones.

Jim Sedlak of American Life League points out that parents teach their children to keep away from flames or to look both ways before crossing a street – and argues parents need to do likewise regarding the abortion giant.

Sedlak, Jim (American Life League)"We have to start talking about Planned Parenthood and say [to our youngsters] 'Do not ever go near Planned Parenthood, do not ever look at any of their online material, do not accept any of their chatbots or anything else,'" he advises.

The longtime pro-lifer contends PP promotes intimacy and birth control – and then abortion when birth control fails. "This is a bad organization that only wants to hurt you," he adds.

Some public schools use the abortion conglomerate's sex-ed program, but some schools – and some parents as well – teach abstinence.

According to Sedlak, getting youngsters to use the app and chatbot is part of the abortion chain's strategy.

"It's their way to get around [the parents], to get directly to the kids … especially when kids aren't going to school, especially in times like this where they're at home and getting bored and looking for things on their cell phones in order to pass the time of day. This is a very dangerous time for our children," he warns.

Sedlak says children need to be encouraged to discuss such issues with their parents or to visit abstinence websites for accurate information to help them build a safe life, free of distorted and unhelpful material.

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