The Horror! Pro-Abortion Activists Angry that Pregnancy Care Centers Combined Got $1.9 Billion – But Planned Parenthood Got $2.3 Billion 

Jordan Estabrook - 21 Feb 2024

Pro-abortion activists are losing their minds over Pregnancy Care Centers allegedly receiving $1.4 billion in 2022, the year that Roe v. Wade was reversed.  

Pro-abortion Reproductive Health and Freedom Watch crunched the numbers. They found that “the analysis confirms that the anti-abortion pregnancy center industry is growing: while the centers’ revenue in 2022 exceeds $1.4bn, it was closer to $1.03bn in 2019, even though more centers were included in the earlier analysis.” 

Some people would think that’s a good thing. After all, don’t those who claim to be “pro-choice” want women to have, you know, a choice? Not the pro-abortion journalists at The Guardian, apparently. The Guardian is deeply concerned that Pregnancy Care Centers are preying on women and there to provide “aid for desperate women who have lost the legal right to end their pregnancies and been left with little choice but to give birth.” 

Forget the fact that they describe giving life to a child as contracting the bubonic plague; there is one glaringly obvious issue with their tears and anguish regarding funding pregnancy resource centers: All Pregnancy Care Centers combined, meaning all of them in the United States, receive less funds than one abortion giant, Planned Parenthood.  

Oh, the horror! For pro-abortion activists, at least. 

It turns out that Reproductive Health and Freedom Watch aren’t the only ones who can do math. According to the Charlotte Lozier Institute, Planned Parenthood’s recent annual report, the number one abortion vendor, “reported $1.9 billion in income and over $2.3 billion in net assets— an increase from the previous report.”  

Who knows if there’s more funds and records Planned Parenthood hasn’t disclosed. It’s also suspicious that, according to Charlotte Lozier Institute and Planned Parenthood’s reports, their “service data lags behind the rest of the information in the report – the 2021-22 report contains information on services provided in 2020-2021.” 

Of course, if they cared about choice, it is curious how most, if not all, of Planned Parenthood’s services go towards abortion. Charlotte Lozier Institute states:  

“In 2020-21, abortions made up 97.2% of Planned Parenthood’s pregnancy resolution services, while prenatal services, miscarriage care, and adoption referrals accounted for only 1.6% (6,244), 0.7% (2,653) and 0.5% (1,803), respectively.” 

It also makes sense that if autonomy of choice were a primary concern for Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion activists, they would either want to increase their pregnancy care or allow a different center to take on those women. 

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Planned Parenthood doesn’t care about women – they care about the money. And the choice that makes them money is when pregnant women chose abortion.  

It takes a pro-life village to combat one abortion enterprise, but SFLA is up for the challenge.   

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