Penn State & Planned Parenthood

I was glad to see that Ex-Penn St. assistant Jerry Sandusky was found guilty of sex abuse, but I’m still disappointed — but not surprised — that the media won’t connect the dots to what happens on a regular basis at Planned Parenthood (click the link for a laundry list of their evils). There are countless examples on audio and video of PP systematically aiding statutory rapists and sex traffickers by hiding their crimes. These aren’t just a few rogue employees, this is the way they operate every day.

If you thought what Penn State did was bad, then you should go ballistic over what Planned Parenthood has done and continues to do.

It doesn’t surprise me that people who kill unwanted human beings for a living would protect rapists if it meant more profit. But the Leftist media, politicians and fake religions provide cover for PP 24×7 and ignore Planned Parenthood’s crimes. That shows how far gone they all are.

They will shout the sound bites about a “war on women” just because we don’t want the government to force religious organizations to pay $10/month for things that violate their beliefs, but they ignore the very real abuse of countless girls and the literal destruction of females via gender-selection abortions.

The leaders of Penn State, including Joe Paterno, were rightly criticized and even fired for their negligence (although oddly the NCAA seems to be too busy with crimes of selling memorabilia at Ohio State to do anything about the Penn State program). Planned Parenthood shouldn’t just have their government funding shut off, they should be closed completely.

Sexually abusing anyone is evil. Doing it to minors is more evil. Planned Parenthood and its supporters are just like the Penn State people who looked the other way because they cared more about themselves than what is right.

2 thoughts on “Penn State & Planned Parenthood”

  1. Sorta OT, but this was the most recent post tagged “pro-life”, so I’m posting this video here: [http://youtu.be/0rOvo5HXe-c] — or maybe it will embed —

    It’s a video directed towards Melinda Gates, asking her to put more support towards teaching women natural family planning (specifically the Billings Ovulation Method), and says that if the money they spend on contraceptives was spent on education, not only would it reach more women, but it would have long-lasting results (many women discontinue birth control for moral or health reasons), and would actually be more likely to fulfill the Gates’ stated goals.

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