It’s government that threatens children
The socialistic ideologues who have taken control of the federal government are using the murder of 20 children in Connecticut by a deranged psychopath as their justification for attempts to take away the rights of millions of law-abiding citizens. The Trotskyites in the White House and their quislings in Congress plan to trample on the Second Amendment “to protect the children.” Yet it is they themselves who are the biggest threat to children.
In 2011, Planned Parenthood Federation of America was given $524 million taxpayer dollars by these same people who now want to abrogate the constitution. With that money, Planned Parenthood committed 333,964 murders of innocent children in their abortion mills. These numbers are not made up; they come from Planned Parenthood. According to the Centers for Disease Control, in the same year 23,907 children died from natural causes. According to the FBI, 1,187 children were murdered. Neither the CDC nor the FBI counts a child who has not yet been born in their statistics.
Planned Parenthood obfuscates these figures by claiming that abortions are only a small percentage of the services they provide. They do this by counting every client encounter as a service. Talking to someone on the phone or giving them a brochure counts the same as one abortion. But as anyone knows, a surgical procedure in a licensed and regulated clinic inevitably will cost over a thousand dollars. This means that the abortion part of their business accounts for at least a third of their annual budget of $1.1 million.
Furthermore, Obamacare now requires businesses to include abortion coverage in the policies they buy for employees. If the Washington aristocracy really wants to prevent children from being murdered, they need to stop encouraging and mandating abortion.
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