Planned Parenthood helps people with so much more than abortion; not that there is anything wrong with abortion, there isn’t, however but I wish these people would get it right. But then again, if Anti-Choice or Anti-Abortionists got it right they wouldn’t be them; their views are founded on lies and deception, not fact. I don’t understand how anyone could be against ensuring the best life possible for every human, and then the fetuses future.
The woman knows more than anyone what is right and what is not right for herself and whether she is ready or if she even wants kids. It is no ones place to tell her what to do our guilt her into doing what you want by using fear tactics and lies.
“Federal law allows women to donate their aborted fetal tissue, and allows Planned Parenthood to charge fees for storage and handling.”– From article, link below, as is the rest of this post.
“In their successful Ninth Circuit response, NAF highlights the history of violence and intimidation against abortion providers as one of the primary reasons they require participants at their events to sign nondisclosure agreements in the first place.
Daleiden has dodged questions about his ties to violent anti-abortion extremists. If CMP has accepted funds ->
from advocates of ‘justifiable homicide’ against clinic workers and staff, for example, then it would be evidence that Biomax signed the NDA in bad faith.
Courts across the nation have consistently ruled that the act of signing an NDA waives some rights to free speech — which, again, is why legitimate journalists rarely ever agree to sign them.
At least eight states have now concluded independent investigations into the allegations raised by CMP’s videos. Despite efforts by one Republican governor to scrub clarifying language, all of the state investigations conducted so far have completely cleared Planned Parenthood of any wrongdoing.
Today, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced that his investigation had uncovered zero evidence of unlawful activity by the Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Louis.
The activities that Daleiden has framed as criminal through creative editing and hyperbole are in fact completely legal. Federal law allows women to donate their aborted fetal tissue, and allows Planned Parenthood to charge fees for storage and handling.
Aborted fetal tissue research was uncontroversial for decades until anti-abortion activists reacted to the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v Wade decision by pressing Congress to pass a moratorium on federal funding. Congress later reauthorized fetal tissue research funding in 1993, setting up the system used now.
Having failed to persuade the court with his writ of mandamus, ironically Daleiden now faces the prospect of being the only party in the entire story who suffers the judgment of American courts.” – More HERE