Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood Calls Legislation Racist [semi-satire]
Posted on 04/17/2018 11:52:28 AM PDT by John Semmens
Planned Parenthood complained that two new laws enacted in Tennessee to deny tax payer funding for abortions "hurt women of color." Sarah Wallet, the medical director for Planned Parenthood of Greater Memphis, asserted "this legislation is racist. Women of color are especially dependent on government funding for their abortions. To deny them access to public monies for this purpose does them irreparable harm."
Though the legislation does not block abortions financed by organizations or individuals using non-government sources of funding, Wallet was still adamant in her objections. "The original mission of Planned Parenthood as envisioned by founder Margaret Sanger was to provide an inexpensive means for reducing the population of eugenically inferior stock," Wallet pointed out. "Obviously, people of color are disproportionately represented in this undesirable contingent of humanity. Government funding is vital to ensuring the widest measure of success for her vision."
Critics of abortion have pointed out that the procedure has been responsible for more black deaths than any other human action since 1973. Wallet, however, rejected this line of argument, saying that "in our view, the termination of a pregnancy is not a death, but a mere extraction of unwanted fetal tissue. To deny black women the benefit of government aid in the procurement of an abortion clearly puts them at a disadvantage compared to white women. This violates the 'created equal' clause of the Constitution that we are confident the courts will reaffirm when we sue to block this new law."
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Disgusting woman. It’s bad enough that PP gets 1/2 TRILLION dollars for “health services”, but they also sell fetal body parts. Maybe they can hold a bake sale is they need money.
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