Planned Parenthood


Planned Parenthood was founded by social Darwinist Margaret Sanger, who wanted to utilize eugenics to reduce the populations of black and other minority communities. (We are not making this up. This is not satire or hyperbole. This is not some funny punchline we came up with to make you chuckle and then think about a profound truth. This is actually how Planned Parenthood was founded. Seriously—go look it up. We pretty much figured we couldn’t top that.)”

“The activists said they were only “emboldened” by Rep. Brian Sims’ harassing behavior after he proudly posted videos of himself berating praying pro-lifers on social media. In the videos, Sims can be heard calling the women “disgusting,” “racist,” and “grotesque.” He repeatedly called their prayerful activity “shameful,” and beckoned his followers to donate to Planned Parenthood. At one point in the video he posted last month, he told viewers that he would be willing to give $100 to anyone who could identify the teenage girls [two sisters and a friend–one aged 13 and and the others both 15 years old].”

“The bill’s sponsor, Republican Alabama State Rep. Terri Collins, said her goal was to challenge the Supreme Court’s 1973 ruling. “My goal with this bill, and I think all of our goal[s], is to have Roe v. Wade turned over, and that decision be sent back to the states so that we can come up with our laws that address and include amendments and things that address those issues,” she said.”

“Bunch Of Backward Hicks In Alabama Among First To Ban Most Barbaric Practice Known To Man.”

“Democrats want to stop white men from legislating women’s bodies. So they have come out against Roe v. Wade, and have vowed to do everything to overturn it, after finding that the decision was made by a Supreme Court made up mostly of powerful, white men.”


“Dr. Alveda King, who is the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. set the record straight for the eugenics in the progressive socialist party:

The leading cause of death in the African-American community is not gang violence, gun violence, heart attacks, stroke, HIV or high blood pressure. It’s abortion. Planned Parenthood intentionally moved into our community and claimed, “We are here to help you. Let’s kill your baby so you can have a better life.”

”The unborn humans, mostly residing in the wombs of pro-choice mothers, learned of the new law as their moms watched CNN and listened to NPR. Each of them would then sneak out of their mom’s womb in the middle of the night, slip into a state-of-the-art artificial womb they ordered on Amazon, steal their mother’s car, and make a break for the Alabama border.

“All we want is a chance to live the American Dream—or really, just live, to be honest,” a spokesfetus said. “Since the rest of the nation is one of the deadliest places to be in the whole world when you’re an unborn child, we were forced to come here for the future of our children, so we might live.”

“Honestly, as unborn children, it’s safer in a third-world country like Venezuela than here.”

Go Donna Go. “Senate Bill 22, authored by state Sen. Donna Campbell (R), would prohibit the state and local governments to contract with abortion providers, such as Planned Parenthood, for any services, including sex education and contraception initiatives.”

“Over the years, the decision’s laughable constitutional inadequacy has been widely recognized. Shortly after it came down, Harvard Law School professor John Hart Ely, a supporter of legalized abortion, wrote that “Roe is bad because it is bad constitutional law, or rather because it is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.”

“Justice Blackmun’s opinion provides essentially no reasoning in support of its holding,” a former Blackmun clerk, Edward Lazarus, has written. “And in the almost 30 years since Roe’s announcement, no one has produced a convincing defense of Roe on its own terms.”

That’s because none is possible. The court in Roe purported to find the constitutional right to abortion in the 14th Amendment, which says that no state can “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.”