Planned Parenthood has long been able to promulgate its 3% abortion lie, and the mainstream media has eaten it up hook line and sinker, not once questioning the veracity of the largest abortion provider in the U.S.
That is all changing.
For the first time, the mainstream media has begun to question Planned Parenthood. The gruesomeness of Planned Parenthood’s barbarity – selling murdered babies for parts – has been exposed, and the mainstream media has been forced to look at the stark reality of the Culture of Death.
Today, the Washington Post – no friend to the pro-life movement – lobbed the first salvo at Planned Parenthood’s unbreachable – and equally absurd – assertion, bluntly concluding that Planned Parenthood is “misleading,” “using meaningless and incomplete comparisons to make their argument, and the public should wary . . . .”
Planned Parenthood’s lie is simple, “Three percent of all Planned Parenthood health services are abortion services.”
It’s been repeated ad nauseam by willful abortion promoters and mindless commentators alike. It has been unquestioned. It has been the number one propaganda piece Planned Parenthood has perpetuated each and every time its abortion business and its half-billion dollars in taxpayer funding has been questioned.
As I have explained many times, Planned Parenthood unbundles all of its services except abortion to create a lopsided and deceptive view of its services.
Now the Washington Post has actually taken the time to push past Planned Parenthood’s nonsensical figures. Its Fact Checker notes: