‘Humans of Planned Parenthood’: Local activists in full damage control mode

In the best spirit of rough and tumble politics in America, Planned Parenthood has gone on the offensive.

Not that their actions haven’t been offensive enough as it is.

Doing what the progressive left does best, Planned Parenthood has set out to control the narrative in response to several embarrassing undercover videos that show top executives from the organization openly discussing the sale of tissue from aborted children.

In full damage control mode, the first order of business was to attack the credibility of the group behind the release of the videos, followed by a critical effort to draw attention away from the fact that Planned Parenthood is the largest provider of abortions in the United States.

Through the art of propaganda, Planned Parenthood of Southwest & Central Florida offers a glimpse of how this is accomplished in a photo posted on social media Tuesday:


The irony behind the message is palpable… if they could speak, the 327,653 babies aborted by the organization in 2014 may beg to differ on the above assessment.

But the more disturbing question is, who among us have reached a point of depravity that we look past the barbarism of selling human tissue from aborted children, which is against federal law.

Nevertheless, another effort in the works to distract from inhumane practices involves asking supporters to sign “thank you” notes for doctors and other staff employed at its abortion clinics. Seriously.


And speaking of irony, Anna Vishkaee Eskamani, a Central Florida feminist activist with Planned Parenthood Federation of America, in a further effort to put lipstick on a pig, announced the creation of a new Facebook page — Humans of Planned Parenthood. You can’t make this stuff up.



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