One pro-lifer says Planned Parenthood is failing in at least one respect in its fight against internal racism.
According to its report ending in 2019, which are the latest figures, Planned Parenthood's abortion numbers hit a 15-year-high at 354,871 for that year. American Life League's Jim Sedlak tells One News Now the abortion business only referred 2,667 women who wanted to birth their babies and place for adoption.
"That means that they do one adoption referral for every 133 abortions," he notes. "Last year their adoption referrals were up to 4,300, but they're down to 2,600 this year."
That indicates that Planned Parenthood's primary focus is abortion. And that is followed by transgender services, according to the report.
"Basically it's transgender hormonal treatments, which are relatively expensive," the pro-lifer details. "They're really pushing that, especially to the teenagers."
The opening statement of the report acknowledges Planned Parenthood's effort to disengage from its racist past, but as Sedlak points out, 38%, or roughly 135,000 of the organization's procedures every year, terminate the lives of black babies in the womb.
$618 million tax dollars flowed into the Planned Parenthood bank account in 2019.