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Planned Parenthood Says ‘Listen to Women’ Who Report Sexual Abuse But Told These Women to Keep Their Mouths Shut

Live Action News reported that Former Planned Parenthood employees were told not to report the suspected sexual abuse of pregnant minors and adults who went to clinics for abortions.

This isn’t the first time Planned Parenthood has been accused of covering up assault and rape. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona claimed in 2014 that an abortion mill counselor “intentionally withheld information about an alleged rape from law enforcement personnel, months before others came forward to stop a Poston Butte High School student from attacking more teenagers.”

Live Action also reported that a man who impregnated his daughter took her to Planned Parenthood more than once to kill his babies, and the abortion mill failed to report the repeated rape. They should have been suspicious and asked questions. But killing the growing child is the organization’s bottom line.

One woman featured in a Live Action video talked about a pregnant woman who didn’t speak English. Her husband and brother-in-law were with her, and her husband did the talking. The woman, who seemed nervous, kept her eyes on the floor.

Did these feminists care that the woman might have been intimidated and forced to get an abortion? Hardly. The former employee featured in the video was suspicious. She shared her concerns with her superiors. Her manager told the man to ask the woman if she was sure she wanted the abortion. The woman nodded. Good enough. They killed the baby.

One former employee on the video said Planned Parenthood staffers laughed at the idea of reporting statutory rape and human trafficking. Watch the video for more stories.

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