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Planned Parenthood of New York will remove founder Margaret Sanger's name from its Manhattan clinic due to her history in eugenics. The New York Times provided quotes from people stating that Sanger was a racist and viewed birth control as a way to stop minorities from reproducing. The publication also did not mention the fact that Planned Parenthood will continue Sanger's mission. Ironically, the article reminds us that Sanger purposely placed her clinics in minority communities.

Vice reporter Carter Sherman revealed that Planned Parenthood had asked her two times to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) at a happy hour for the media. The abortion organization asked her to sign one in 2018 when Sherman covered its Power of Pink volunteer training event. This second NDA rightfully upset Sherman, who informed Planned Parenthood she planned to call them out on their agreements with reporters. Now the organization has scurried to clear up this apparent "misunderstanding." (Please note the sarcasm)

The Supreme Court upheld an Indiana law that required a burial or cremation of an aborted human being, but decided to provide an unsigned opinion on the portion of the law that bans abortion based on sex, race, and disability. Vice President Mike Pence signed the bill into law in 2016 when he served as governor of Indiana. Justice Clarence Thomas issued an opinion in support of the Indiana law on abortion restrictions due to eugenics using abortion as a form of eugenics on minorities.

Sims made the news a few days ago when a video showed that he harassed two teenagers praying outside of a Planned Parenthood. He even offered a reward to dox these girls, aged 13 and 15. Because big shot Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims did not apologize in his supposed "apology" video posted on Twitter. Instead, he expressed regret for his actions since it violated Planned Parenthood's "non-engagement policy."

Following the truly horrific 2015 revelations that Planned Parenthood was harvesting baby parts and haggling over baby brains for profit, Republican governors across the nation moved to ban taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood.  In February 2016, then-Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law a bill that restricted state funding to Planned Parenthood. While a lower court had previously blocked the state from stripping $1.5 million in funding from the nation's top abortion provider, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Ohio can indeed defund Planned Parenthood.

Back in 2015, undercover videos showed Planned Parenthood "violating medical and ethical standards codified in federal law and" Texas regulations. This caused Texas to strip the infanticide organization of Medicaid funding. Planned Parenthood asked the federal courts to restore the funding. The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against them and blasted them "for its rhetoric and medical practices."

To the shock of no one, Planned Parenthood has decided to continue supporting the Women's March despite the overwhelming evidence that leaders Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory are anti-Semitic and worship Louis Farrakhan. After all, Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood as a way to cleanse the world of undesirables. However, if you look closely at the statement, you'll find that Planned Parenthood sounds confused by trying to deflect the attention away from the Women's March and place it on President Donald Trump's administration.
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