Planned Parenthood is terrified of being held accountable for its disregard for the law and the dignity of unborn babies. That is why it is not just claiming to have done no wrong, but is trying to shut down the conversation completely.
On Wednesday, the abortion group tweeted:
"11 states have cleared PP of wrongdoing. Call on Speaker Ryan to end the special committee investigation into PP". http://ppact.io/1UptNNg
4:33 PM - 27 Jan 2016
Those following the abortion group closely know otherwise, and question why a group so adamant about the Center for Medical Progress videos being misleading goes out of its way to prevent Americans from seeing them.
They also question why Planned Parenthood is using the indictment against pro-life advocate David Daleiden as proof that truth is on their side, while neglecting the fact that Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson has a Planned Parenthood board member working for her, and that her campaign received more than $25,000 from an attorney that works for a late-term abortionist. Planned Parenthood also is not addressing how it makes sense for a whistle-blower like Daleiden to be charged for buying organs illegally, whereas Planned Parenthood was not for selling them.
Though Planned Parenthood continues to deny any wrong-doing and many in the mainstream media are echoing the abortion group’s talking points, the group has been caught violating the law in numerous states in the past six months:
See states that have violated laws and been fined: http://www.lifenews.com/2016/01/29/