The abortion Goliath known as Planned Parenthood loves to pretend it’s on the right side of history while adding to its historical death toll in the present.
Recently, Planned Parenthood tweeted out in respect to Holocaust Remembrance Day by speaking about the “cost of bigotry” and adding that there is “no place for antisemitism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, or *any* form of hatred in our communities, our politics, and our country.”
On #HolocaustMemorialDay, we remember the tremendous, immeasurable human cost of bigotry — and we reaffirm that there can be no place for antisemitism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, or *any* form of hatred in our communities, our politics, and our country.
— Planned Parenthood Action (@PPact) January 27, 2019
For one, it’s hard to watch Planned Parenthood somberly talk about the “cost of bigotry” when it comes to things like antisemitism, especially since recently it said it was “proud” to stand with the Women’s March, a group lead by rabid antisemites who are finally coming under public scrutiny over it.
But Planned Parenthood’s main businesses is abortions, no matter what it likes to claim, and the fact is that it waxed tragic over the Holocaust feels about as shallow as a gym floor shower.
Somewhere between five and six million Jewish people were killed in the Holocaust in one of the most brutal and unconscionable moments in world history.
The last time the numbers were tallied officially in 2017, Planned Parenthood’s death count sat at 7,132,130 from 1978 to present. They roughly kill 300,000 babies a year, so we can assume that this number has gone even higher. Planned Parenthood’s garnered kill count throughout the last hundred years defeats that of the Vietnam War, the American Civil War, the Korean War, and the Iraq war combined.
It’s hard for me to take Planned Parenthood’s respectfulness for the deaths of millions seriously when it has dealt death daily for decades while plastering smiles and claims of empowerment over it.
It’s even more difficult for me to take its position of anti-racism seriously when it’s well known for targeting minority communities. A whopping 79 percent of their abortion centers exist in or near black and Hispanic neighborhoods.
As far as I’m concerned, Planned Parenthood is no better than some of the worst entities in history.