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Planned Parenthood Thanks Senate Dems For Choosing Abortion Over Anti-Zika Funding


Planned Parenthood Thanks Senate Dems For Choosing Abortion Over Anti-Zika Funding
Breitbart News

As Breitbart News has reported, Planned Parenthood has been taking advantage of fears surrounding the Zika virus and the birth defect known as microcephaly that is linked with the virus. The abortion giant is particularly targeting Latin American countries that have restrictive abortion laws, in hopes of capitalizing on womenâs fear and changing those laws.How Zika Is Shaping the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Agenda: https://t.co/HOKXeUVNeb #ZikaVirus— Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) May 2, 2016âIt is beyond outrageous that Senate Democrats are blocking $1.1 billion in supplemental Zika funding because they are demanding an even bigger earmark for their political donors, Planned Parenthood,â Maureen Ferguson of The Catholic Association tells Breitbart News. âHalf a billion taxpayer dollars annually already flow to Planned Parenthood, which runs the nations largest chain of abortion centers.

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