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Monday, June 5, 2017

“Miscarriage Management:” What Planned Parenthood Will Call Abortion When It’s Illegal


By Kristan Hawkins
Life News


The nation’s largest abortion vendor, Planned Parenthood, finally got around to releasing their 2015-2016 annual report so their stakeholders (taxpayers) can get a look at what their hard-earned dollars are going toward.

The report is a doozy, as many in the pro-life movement guessed it would be. After all, 2015 was the year the public got a behind-the-scenes look at how Planned Parenthood abortionists sort through baby body parts to find ones they can sell and make money on — that’s illegal by the way.

Planned Parenthood kindly addresses this scandal on page 11, where they take the opportunity to repeat their talking points that the videos were “highly edited” and have been “discredited.”

Both are false. Planned Parenthood’s own forensic analysis, which was done by a sketchy Democratic firm, even said “that there was no ‘widespread evidence of substantive video manipulation.'” Another forensic analysis declared the videos from the Center for Medical Progress to be authentic.

There are plenty of things to note about the annual report: The number of abortions have increased, taxpayer money to Planned Parenthood has increased, cancer screenings have decreased, clients have decreased, breast exams have decreased, prenatal care was nearly cut in half.

But Planned Parenthood added an entirely new subcategory under “Other Women’s Health Services” called “Miscarriage Care.” 


Students for Life and other pro-life organizations have no intentions or will ever shame a woman who miscarries, but this stood out for a specific reason. A former Planned Parenthood director talked about a similar term that would be used when abortion was eventually made illegal: “miscarriage management.”


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