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Planned Parenthood President Promotes Adoption Over Death - For Dogs

By Craig Bannister | April 3, 2018 | 3:45pm EDT
Planned Parenthood Pres. Cecile Richards (Screenshot)

Don’t let a dog be put to death, adopt it, the president of the nation’s largest abortion provider suggested Tuesday.

Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards made the pitch on Twitter, employing the #AdoptDontShop hashtag advocating dog adoption over pet store purchases. Adopting (or, "rescuing" a dog from a shelter) would save its life.

Ironically, Planned Parenthood performs 113 abortions for every adoption referral it provides, NewsBusters reports.

Under Richards’ leadership, Planned Parenthood has snuffed out the lives of more than 3.5 million unborn humans in 12 years, The New American reports:

During Richard's tenure Planned Parenthood proudly ended the lives of over 300,000 pre-born babies every year — 3.5 million abortions in all. During that same time frame Planned Parenthood raked in billions of dollars in tax revenues.

The abortion giant's own annual report for 2016-17 shows that during that time it was responsible for 321,384 abortions while reaping $543.7 million in government subsidies — nearly 40 percent of the organization's $1.46 billion budget.

 

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