The nation’s largest abortion business is celebrating 99 years today.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America dates back to Oct. 16, 1916, when Margaret Sanger opened the nation’s first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York.
Sanger had three basic philosophies that are still active within Planned Parenthood today:
One: Was her passion to prevent the birth of “defectives,” which led to her stating in her 1932 Plan for Peace that persons from “dysgenic groups” should be given their choice of sterilization or confinement on a farm for the rest of their lives.
Second: Sanger was a member of the American Eugenics Society.
Third: Race control, was another of Sanger’s passions, believing that certain ethnic groups were inferior and needed to be eliminated. Today, Planned Parenthood keeps pretty silent about its number of abortions based on race, but in the 1990s, it revealed that 43% of its abortions were on blacks and other minorities.
Since Roe V. Wade Planned Parenthood has murdered 7 million unborn