Planned Parenthood has a sick fantasy. On Twitter Sunday, the organization tweeted about a “magical land” where abortions are “free and plentiful.”
Not The Onion:
Imagine "life in a magical land where abortions and birth control are free and plentiful" This place exists. https://t.co/zdEYnLF0oT— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) December 13, 2015
Rep. Diane Black (R-TN), a former nurse who has seen firsthand the damage abortion does not only to unborn babies but to young women, was appalled by Planned Parenthood’s message. She offered this reaction to Townhall:
"With a single tweet, Planned Parenthood accidentally told us the truth,” said Congressman Diane Black. “They effectively admitted that the abortion lobby's mantra of 'safe, legal, and rare' abortion is a lie and that the organization's real mission is to encourage more elective abortions funded off the backs of taxpayers. These statements are painful to hear and offensive to all Americans of conscience, but what else would we expect from an organization that calls the destruction of an unborn life 'healthcare' and that allows aborted babies to be disposed of in landfills? We must not stand for this barbarity. With the Senate just having passed a reconciliation bill to reallocate Planned Parenthood's funding, every Senator who voted against this measure should be forced to square their vote with this appalling statement."
Black questioned Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards during her testimony in front of the House Oversight Committee in September. The pro-life congresswoman asked Richards if she considered abortion health care. Without a beat, Richards said "absolutely."
Richards traveled to Capitol Hill to try and defend her organization’s funding after the Center for Medical Progress exposed Planned Parenthood officials laughing about selling aborted baby parts and benefiting off the profits.
Recent polls have shown that when Americans are told these truths about Planned Parenthood and more, they quickly turn their backs on the organization and agree their federal dollars should go to pregnancy resource centers instead.
What kind of organization fantasizes about limitless abortion?
One that deserves to be defunded.