Pro-infanticide Elizabeth Warren ensured today that voter’s know about her lust for abortion, telling an audience of voters that she would wear a Planned Parenthood scarf at her presidential inauguration. As the Democratic Party faces to become the party of infanticide in 2020, her support for the abortion corporation comes at no surprise. However, it is ironic that a candidate who has made her living railing against ‘big corporations’ will be paying home to a massive corporation that takes in hundreds of millions of dollars a year from the federal government as well as local and state governments as well.
During a campaign stop on Monday, Warren recalled attending President Trump’s inauguration in 2017 while wearing a scarf embroidered with the words ‘Planned Parenthood….I’m going to be wearing that scarf when I’m sworn as president of the United States,’ she told a crowd in Iowa.”
Well at least she is honest about who sponsors and writes her legislation…. https://t.co/sclL9Xiyl0
— Students for Life (@StudentsforLife) December 3, 2019
Even though a Warren presidency would be a major giveaway to Planned Parenthood, her policies are not aligned with the views of Millennials. For example, by a 3 to 1 margin, Millennials want their tax dollars to go to federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs) over Planned Parenthood. FQHCs provide higher levels of service than Planned Parenthood and do not have the same record of maiming and abusing women that Planned Parenthood has.
Oddly, Warren has been silent on the record of Planned Parenthood harming women; the St. Louis Planned Parenthood, which lost its license to operate, just sent its 75th woman away in an ambulance in just the past few years.
Live Action reported, “The last abortion facility in Missouri has just called an ambulance for the 75th time in 10 years after a patient was presumably injured. Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region — more recently known as Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood — is facing possible closure, something many believe can’t come soon enough as women continue to be harmed there.
According to Coalition for Life St. Louis, sidewalk counselors outside the abortion facility reported seeing an ambulance and fire trucks approach, diverting traffic with lights and sirens. The fire department arrived first, and worked with the patient for approximately 15 minutes before the ambulance arrived. After an additional five minutes, the patient finally left on a stretcher, seemingly conscious.”
Warren’s support for Planned Parenthood is another good reason to be wary of so-called Medicare for All programs. It is likely that Planned Parenthood will help write the legislation, just as they did with Obamacare.