In light of the recent horrific revelations regarding Planned Parenthood I wrote to US Senator Jeanne Shaheen requesting that she work for the defunding of this eugenic, racist organization. Yesterday, not surprisingly, she emailed back a letter to me filled with glowing praise for all that Planned Parenthood supposedly does to help women. Today (9-12-15) Jeanne Shaheen’s picture was on the front cover of the Foster’s Daily Democrat under the headline “Cottontail No Longer Endangered.” The picture shows her releasing cottontails into the wild.

What could be more ironic than a “Catholic” Senator who promotes abortion being praised for taking care of cottontails?   Where is Shaheen’s concern for the millions of babies who are being brutally murdered and then sold for parts by Planned Parenthood? Even if Jeanne Shaheen did a tiny bit of research she would learn that Margaret Sanger who founded Planned Parenthood was a racist eugenicist. She was an associate of the Nazis and she commissioned Dr. Ernst Rudin, the director of the Nazi Medical Experimentation Program to write an article in her magazine, The Birth Control Review. In her book entitled The Pivot of Civilization, Sanger argued for the elimination of “the Negro race” and for the sterilization of “genetically inferior races.” Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, more than 13 million African American babies have died by abortion (http://www.blackgenocide.org/black.html). That is equivalent to approximately 29% of the current African American population in the United States!

One would have to be seriously deluded or extremely naïve to think that Planned Parenthood is actually helping women. Ask Abby Johnson or any of the millions of grieving post-abortive women what they now think of Planned Parenthood. Nothing against cottontails!

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