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Planned Parenthood is on its third CEO in as many years. The way things are going, the abortion giant's current leader might be out the door soon too.
Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson recently published a ridiculous New York Times op-ed hammering her organization's founder, Margaret Sanger, for her work with the KKK, support of forced sterilization for the "unfit," and work testing experimental birth control pills on Puerto Rican women...
...but even while McGill Johnson admitted Sanger and Planned Parenthood have a long history of harming people of color and the disabled, she still refused to admit Sanger was racist.
On today's video blog, I break down Planned Parenthood's hypocrisy--and why it's good news for grassroots pro-lifers:
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Even though Planned Parenthood is half-heartedly distancing itself from Margaret Sanger, it continues to carry out her racist mission and vision to a T.
But you can help change that. Save the date for June 1, when we will begin accepting applications to lead the September 22 - October 31 40 Days for Life campaign.
Unlike McGill Johnson's pathetic op-ed, your prayers, fasting, outreach, and peaceful vigil in front of your local abortion business can reverse Planned Parenthood's long history of harming racial minorities and the disabled.