In the Planned Parenthood story posted here earlier on Thursday, it appeared that the “eagerness” to accept donations from an actor playing an obvious racist in order to abort black babies was just at the Planned Parenthood office in Idaho. It is actually much worse.
The Family Research Council reports that Planned Parenthood clinics were contacted by the “racist donor” in seven states, inquiring if they would be willing to accept a donation earmarked for the abortion of black babies.
Every last clinic agreed. Not one employee objected or questioned the request, even when the actor insisted that the purpose was to "lower the number of black people" in America. Click here for a montage of these calls.
Meanwhile, Gary Bauer reports that several members of Congress are calling for an end to federal subsidies for the nation’s largest abortion provider. Their call is coming on the heels of yet another scandal involving Planned Parenthood, which is already under investigation in at least one state. (A Planned Parenthood clinic in Kansas is facing 107 charges, including nearly two dozen felonies, for violating the state’s 24-hour waiting period law and its parental notification law, among other issues.) The latest scandal involves a Planned Parenthood website that purports to offer “medically accurate” information to teenagers. Evidently, that includes encouraging them to view pornography on the Internet, even while recognizing that it is technically illegal for anyone under 18 to do so.
Responding to this accusation against Planned Parenthood, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) said, “We should shut off all federal dollars to any organization that provides abortion services or counseling. There should be no money that goes to any Internet site that promotes promiscuity or sexual license in any way. If there is going to be sexual license promoted, let that happen some place else. But the federal government should not be subsidizing it.”