Letter to Planned Parenthood, Aug. 17, 2014: Repost

A year ago I was sitting at my laptop doing what I do just about every day; trying to save children.  When you’re trying to save children, convincing Planned Parenthood to stop killing them is the first thing that comes to mind for me.   The greatest cause of death, by far, in America is abortion.  The cure is easy.  Just stop killing children.

Nearly 1 out of 3 human beings are at risk of dying at the hands of Planned Parenthood and their colleagues before they can be born in America.  During the 30  minutes I spent writing this, about 70 abortions were performed in the greatest country on earth.

The following letter, written on August 17 of last year remains unanswered, just like all the others I’ve written to Planned Parenthood.   With the body parts scandal and Congress trying to defund them, they’re a little busy right now.  I’m sure they’ll get back to me soon.




Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

August 17, 2014

Ms. Richards:

On a beautiful Sunday morning when I should be relaxing, all I can think about are the innocent children your organization will kill tomorrow.  They don’t know they will die tomorrow.  They’ve done nothing wrong.  All they’re trying to do is be born.  Their untimely deaths have been put into motion by a culture of death and a no consequences mentality promulgated by Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion industry.

Their mothers will leave your clinics tomorrow still as mothers; only now they will be the mother of a dead child.  The inconvenient circumstance you told them you would take care of will haunt them for the rest of their life.  Their child you will kill will be dead forever.  You’ll repeat this process thousands of times this week and hundreds of thousands of times by year’s end.  57 million and counting is the number of tiny lives America’s abortion industry has ended since 1973.  The killing of 57 million human beings by a murder for hire industry should provoke condemnation from the masses, and should not be considered legal in the greatest country on earth.

Ms. Richards, it is an undeniable truth that you kill children for money.  It is an undeniable truth that the living babies that enter your facilities will leave as dead babies.  The medical waste that you dispose of daily was living human beings just hours earlier.  While the average American goes to work every day, harms no one, and goes home to his or her family, your staff members go to work every day, kill children for a living, and then go home to their families.

When you fight against laws that place restrictions on abortion you don’t do so with the welfare of America’s children and their mothers in mind; you do so for your bottom line.  Abortion is Planned Parenthood’s cash cow and anything that threatens your bottom line, even if it means saving innocent lives, must be squashed.  Most average Americans probably don’t know that Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger, a racist eugenicist with the goal of exterminating the black race.  You don’t advertize it, even though you award the Margaret Sanger Award annually to one of the clueless lemmings who support your evil empire.  Case in point, Nancy Pelosi was this year’s recipient.

Ms. Richards, as I’ve written on numerous occasions, I have zero tolerance for violence against children.  I have zero tolerance for organizations like yours who kill them for a fee.  I see no reason to debate the merits of abortion.  There are no merits to abortion and there is no middle ground on this issue.  You are either in favor of allowing unborn children to be killed on demand or against it.  Sooner or later you’ll actually read one of my letters and maybe something I write will make you think about the direction you have taken your life.  I hope you do so soon.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.


cc: Planned Parenthood

Salisbury, Md.


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