Planned Parenthood increased the number of abortions it performed while decreasing the number of patients it served, according to its most recent annual report, which was released this month.
When it comes to making your choice in preferred fake news stations, you have a lot of options: The Washington Post, The New York Times, and CNN are some of the biggest (and most prestigious) names in fake news out there.
But if you want quality, entertaining fake news that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat wondering, “I wonder what they’ll say next?” you have a strong candidate in MSNBC.
MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle managed to embarrass even the notoriously liberal network by giving a spirited — and completely incorrect — defense of Planned Parenthood.
Ruhle was speaking with Florida Rep. Francis Rooney on Friday during a segment of “Velshi & Ruhle” when the representative said that Planned Parenthood had decreased its non-abortion activities — which is, by the way, in keeping with Planned Parenthood’s own statistics.
Their own data base of statistics proves this a falsehood. Meanwhile, abortion procedures jumped to
Nevertheless, Planned Parenthood’s executives revamped their push to keep a half billion dollars in federal money flowing to the mammoth company. Even after they have been caught on video touting their own illicit activities.
“Anti-women’s health politicians will jump at any opportunity — no matter how baseless — to attack our organization,” the report complained. It added that those who oppose them and abortion services are “extremists.”
A January Knights of Columbus-Marist poll reported that almost two-thirds of Americans oppose federal funding for U.S. abortions, including many who have no moral problem with it.
“Planned Parenthood’s business model is failing yet they’re receiving more revenues from the government,” Mercedes Schlapp argued this morning. “[Abortion] is what their primary mission has become, not comprehensive services for all women.”
What do you do when the facts don’t matter any more to one side of the political perspective? We need change on our end of the spectrum.