When Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood president, spoke to the Democratic National Convention this week, she claimed, “Planned Parenthood was founded 100 years ago, giving women the care they need to live their lives and chase their dreams – no limits, no ceilings.”
Yet what she failed to mention are all the ways in which Planned Parenthood and its big abortion allies lie to and exploit vulnerable women and make a profit off the murder of their children.
They are not pro-women. They are pro-profit.
They do not put the welfare of women first. They oppose basic standards of health care for women because implementing such standards would hurt their bottom line.
They do not help women chase their dreams. They snuff out the dreams of countless little girls each and every year by aborting them, and often crush the dreams of mothers who are left to navigate the murky waters of post-abortive recovery alone.
They don’t protect the rights of the vulnerable. They trounce on the most fundamental right—the right to life—of the very least of these in our society, even going so far as to oppose laws that would protect unborn children from abortions based solely on the fact that the child may have Downs Syndrome.
The ACLJ has just released a new documentary, Abortion, Inc., which exposes the distortions of the abortion industry for what they are. The film strips away the abortion lobby’s polished talking points, and reveals its true motivations – its $1.3 billion annual revenue stream.
With every donation given online at ACLJ.org, you get a special code on your emailed receipt. Using that code, you can watch our brand-new ACLJ documentary, Abortion Inc., at www.abortionmovie.com.
For the sake of the millions of women and babies whose lives are being destroyed by Planned Parenthood and the entire abortion industry every year, we must continue to give voice to the millions of lives affected. We must combat the lies of big abortion by revealing the truth of their business.
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