One of the organizations heavily invested in the Wimmins March on Washington was Planned Parenthood. PP campaigned hard for Hellery, and against those who called for the defunding of their abortion clinics. "We provide many services for pregnant women," they shrilled, "including cancer screening, family planning and prenatal care."
Live Action, a pro-life group, decided to put them to the test. They made phone calls to 97 Planned Parenthood clinics across the USA. All but five of them turned away women who asked for prenatal care. A typical clinic staffer told one caller, "Planned Parenthood offers abortions, so they don’t offer prenatal care."
Here's a compilation of some of the phone calls. Hear the truth from the mouths of the baby-killers.
FOOTNOTE: A new national poll, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and conducted by Marist, reveals that a majority of the 2729 American adults surveyed are in favour of "significant restrictions" on abortion. A slim majority (52%) of respondents identified themselves as "pro-choice"; 42% say they are pro-life. But when asked more specific questions, solid majorities supported legal restrictions on the "procedure". 91% of those who supported Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy said they wanted restrictions on abortion. Surprisingly, a majority (55%) of Hellery Clinton’s supporters had the same opinion.
Further viewing: Click here to see Michael Matt's take on the inauguration, in the latest video from The Remnant. Mr Matt says the Wimmin's March and all the other leftie snowflake demonstrations are really all about sex and abortion. Period.