AUL drops bombshell on Planned Parenthood

Americans United for Life just dropped a bombshell on Planned Parenthood with their new 37-page report that summarizes the abortion giant’s scandals and illicit activity over the past few decades. Find the full report here.

The report calls for an extensive Congressional investigation to determine whether Planned Parenthood deserves over $363 million a year in taxpayer funding. Planned Parenthood and friends seem so apoplectic at this report that their quotes to media are almost funny. Do you hear that? It sounds like the wheels falling off:

In response to request by The Washington Times for comment, Planned Parenthood said the AUL’s “so-called report is a politically driven attack by an organization opposed to common forms of birth control and expanded access to birth control.”

As far as I know, Americans United for Life is a pro-life organization dedicated, as it’s mission says, to ending “[t]he social experiment in abortion on demand.” So really, AUL is “an organization opposed to common forms of abortion and expanded access to abortion.” Of course, in Planned Parenthood’s eyes, abortion is really just BirthControl ULTRA(TM). Maybe that’s what that quote is tacitly admitting?

Terry O’Neill, president of the National Organization for Women, praised Planned Parenthood for its “honorable and noble” endeavors.

“Planned Parenthood saves lives of teenage girls and women every day,” said Ms. O’Neill. “And that’s not something that this Americans United For Life, whoever they are, can say about themselves.”

Unless NOW has a new medical arm that nobody knows about, they don’t save the lives of teenage girls and women every day, either. And “this Americans United For Life, whoever they are” has been dueling with NOW in amicus curiae briefs before the Supreme Court for decades.

The AUL report is a treasure-trove of primary source documentation against Planned Parenthood. It will be an invaluable tool to start preparations for a Congressional investigation of Planned Parenthood and provides helpful questions in each section for lawmakers to consider. Look for us to highlight selections from the report on this blog in the coming days.

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