The pro-abortion lobby is scrambling to find new ways to kill babies.
That’s because the American people are finally saying “no more” to abortion-on-demand.
And now Planned Parenthood is “heartbroken” over these new state laws.
Ever since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last year, a wave of Pro-Life legislation has been sweeping the nation.
“Heartbroken, angry, determined”
And no one is more upset by legislation that saves lives than taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood.
The nation’s largest abortion mill, founded by an avowed racist in order to “thin the herd” of people she considered undesirable, is outraged at any restrictions at all.
Not even 24 hours after North Carolina state lawmakers voted to override Governor Roy Cooper’s veto of Senate Bill 20, Planned Parenthood South Atlantic executive Jenny Black described herself as, “heartbroken, angry, determined. In that order.”
The President and CEO of the regional Planned Parenthood operation said the organization’s continued work remains on the health and care for women and “fighting” for them as well.
“We stand ready to help you understand what your options are,” Black said. “And the new barriers that just came into place last night.”
What she didn’t explain is that the North Carolina bill, a ban on most abortions after 12 weeks, would only impact around 7% of all abortions in the state.
Planned Parenthood will still be allowed to kill 93% of the children in their abortion mills.
Taken by surprise
What was most interesting about her comments was when she said they were surprised by the swift passage of the bill.
“It’s only been two weeks since this bill was even introduced. So quite frankly we’re still trying to analyze and understand all that might be baked into this monster bill,” said Black. “There’s a lot of confusing language here. A lot of non-medical language to describe medical procedures that don’t make sense to providers. And so we’re really trying to figure out how they’re trying to comply, if we can comply, and what certain terms and conflicting concepts mean. And that might mean legal challenges. But we’re still analyzing all options on the table.”
Certainly not a shining moment for Planned Parenthood’s elite lobbyists who are supposed to be watching these battles.
Maybe they were too busy lobbying for more taxpayer-funded abortions or focused on providing deadly chemical abortion drugs to minority mothers-to-be to continue their work of “thinning the herd.”
Hurry up and kill your child now
Black then disgustingly encouraged all women to continue with their scheduled appointments and to contact Planned Parenthood centers to make sure and arrange for abortions before it’s too late.
The North Carolina law goes into effect on July 1.
Meanwhile Tami Fitzgerald, Executive Director of NC Values Coalition, argued for women to consider alternative options to abortion.
“This is compassion toward those women. It provides a safety net of care so they don’t have to use abortion as their only option,” she said. “They can choose life.”
Fitzgerald and other Pro-Life leaders called the veto override a “great, first step.”
Meanwhile Black decried the compromise legislation.
“How much compromising are we supposed to do?” she asked.
Black is proving the point that Republicans are better off passing good, solid Pro-Life legislation now, instead of compromises like the North Carolina bill, since the Left will act like the sky is falling either way.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.