Liberal Democrats really do live in a different universe. Alexis McGill Johnson gave a recent interview where she, as President of [Un-]Planned Parenthood, whined that downplaying their work to kill babies as only a “small part” of what they do, is actually “stigmatizing.”
Killing babies for fun and profit
To Ms. Johnson, “abortion is health care.” She disregards the fact that it’s not all that healthy for the babies. “Planned Parenthood proudly serves all forms of sexual and reproductive health care, including abortion.”
Depending on how big the baby chunks are when they come out, they can rake in a bundle selling spare parts. “I think when we try to exclude it, we’re excluding a critical part of and a critical option for health care.” The option to produce baby tissue like a factory production line.
When the interviewer gagged and tried to point out they do lots of great things besides killing babies, Johnson got offended. “But it is a very small part of all the things Planned Parenthood does, right?” Wrong!
To Johnson, baby killing is the whole point of why they’re there, calling it “a critically important part of what we do.” She was really angry. “I think when we say, ‘It’s a small part of what we do,’ what we’re doing is actually stigmatizing it.”
Considering other options
Young women might get the wrong idea that something about murdering babies isn’t quite right. They might start considering birth control, abstinence or worst of all, marriage.
“We are a proud abortion provider,” she insists. “We believe that abortion is health care, and we believe, fundamentally, that self-determination begins with being able to control your own body and freedom begins with being able to control your own body.” Conservatives say that controlling your body sooner is the key.
Whatever you do, don’t dare to downplay the value of killing babies. “So I don’t like to marginalize it in that way.” [Un-]Planned Parenthood killed 345,672 between October 1, 2017 and September 30, 2018. For the 2019 funding year, they received $616.8 million in government health services, reimbursements & grants. The total that year was $1,413.2 million. At that profit rate, we’ll soon run out of humans.