Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion provider in America.
They receive hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars each year.
And what they’re doing in California makes it clear they’re not just targeting unborn children.
Planned Parenthood is one of the strongest political organizations in California.
And they have prominent Democrat lawmakers wrapped around their finger.
Perhaps that’s why a California state lawmaker is pushing legislation that would put Planned Parenthood’s phone number on every California student ID from preteen to age 24.
And not just public schools. The bill would mandate Christian schools – even if they’re against abortion – to list the abortion provider’s number.
The goal is to allow students to have a “sexual or reproductive health hotline.”
And in the left-wing utopia of California, Planned Parenthood has all but a monopoly.
Coincidentally enough, the lawmaker pushing the legislation, Jesse Gabriel of San Francisco, has a strong supporter in Planned Parenthood.
In fact, they gave Gabriel $4,400 in contributions for his 2018 campaign.
The abortion giant makes it a priority to target teens, including through online chat and text features with questions like “Worried? Had unprotected sex? Chat online or text ******** to get answers about pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, STDs, and abortion.”
The fact that Planned Parenthood, through legislation, is forcing this on private institutions like Christian schools has some conservative leaders in California fuming.
“The audacity of some legislators to use state power to indoctrinate California students seems to have no limits,” – California Family Council President Jonathan Keller.
And he’s right.
Not too long ago, pro-abortionists failed at forcing pro-life pregnancy clinics to give free advertisement to Planned Parenthood’s rhetoric.
That didn’t work, so now they’re trying to bypass parents and go straight for the children.
This is nothing more than government-compelled speech for the sake of handing Planned Parenthood free advertising, despite them already receiving hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars.
This law, if passed, will no doubt head to court, similar to the Supreme Court’s decision in NIFLA v. Becerra that declared the California Reproductive FACT Act unconstitutional for its attempt to force pro-life centers to give patients information on abortion.
With Planned Parenthood attempting to compel schools, public and private, to provide abortion hotline numbers on student ID cards, do you think it’s time to end taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood?
Let us know in the comments!