Five tweets reveal Planned Parenthood to be mentally unstable

August 7, 2015 09:00 AM

Lately, Planned Parenthood and its president, Cecile Richards, appear to be a bit unhinged.

Planned Parenthood’s twitter feeds read like the rantings of an inhospitable dinner host who attacks her guests for refusing to come to the party when they learn she’s serving dog for dinner. The government-dependent slaughterhouse—a literal one at that—has been playing defense on a scale never seen since the release of undercover videos exposing its collusion to make money off of the body parts of the babies it was already paid to kill.

Its tactic has been to pass itself off as if it’s the only healthcare provider in existence for everyone forever for all eternity. How on earth did humanity ever emerge from The Plague without Planned Parenthood? Must have been a fluke.


Yeah. Keep saying that while consistently closing down facilities year after year. In 2014 Planned Parenthood shut down 34 centers while opening a measly seven. We shouldn’t be referring to Planned Parenthood as the Walmart of abortion. It’s the K-Mart of abortion. 

We’re not sure why Planned Parenthood chose to tweet this photo of its president, who appears as if she needs to sit down.  

Why the worried look, Cecile? You look like you lost your cat.

Planned Parenthood calls the blocking of a Senate bill to defund Planned Parenthood “great news.” This might make for good Twitter material, but the executives at Planned Parenthood must be chewing their fingernails. In all of its 100 years of operation it has never lost as much political sway as it has at this very moment. This week we’ve seen that the majority of both houses of Congress are in favor of sending Planned Parenthood back out to sea without a government lifejacket.

That three percent statistic is the baby that Planned Parenthood will never let die. It’s been debunked a thousand times, so let’s look at it another way. If that little three percent service is the one thing that puts half-a-billion dollars of government funding at risk, isn’t it worth cutting off to protect the 97 percent of other services your customers rely on? Planned Parenthood would spin it as necessary for those few women who feel they “need” that service because no else will provide it. But that puts Planned Parenthood in a moral conundrum. Why do the needs of the few (abortion-minded) outweigh the needs of the many (“prevention services”)?

This is a strange one. Planned Parenthood tweeted the graph above with the claim that it “serves more clients . . . than any other.” Okay. That’s convenient if you break down all the others into separate categories. But if you combine the non-PP centers and compare them with Planned Parenthood, 64 pecent of patients getting government assistance are finding care elsewhere.

Ok. Let’s add one more tweet for its complete lack of self-awareness:

Most staggering—six million human beings in 40 years died in Planned Parenthood’s custody.

Families and communities deserve justice.

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