Wednesday STOPP Report - November 18, 2020

How to Answer Planned Parenthood #1

By Jim Sedlak

Planned Parenthood likes to tout its work in ads, e-mail releases, op-eds, and fundraising pieces. These are always fluff pieces, often with exaggerations, that present PP in the best possible light and leave out all the contradictory facts. As a service to all those fighting Planned Parenthood across the United States, STOPP will be bringing you suggestions on how to answer some of its outrageous claims.

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How to Answer Planned Parenthood #2

On Saturday, November 7, 2020, just after the Associated Press declared Biden/Harris as the winners of the 2020 election, Planned Parenthood sent out the following fundraising e-mail:

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Planned Parenthood wins in Washington State

In the state of Washington, the November ballot contained more than just candidates seeking political office. During 2020, Planned Parenthood managed to get the Washington legislature to pass a horrible bill (SB 5395) that mandated sexuality education program for all public schools in the state. It specified material that had to be covered in grades K–12.

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Pro-Life forces gain representatives in Congress

Much to the chagrin of Planned Parenthood, in the elections two weeks ago, 13 new pro-life women were elected to the House of Representatives. All 11 incumbent pro-life women were re-elected, so the current count of pro-life women in the House is 24 (not including some races not yet decided).

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