Business dilemma: Faced with the choice, do you continue to soak up government subsidies to fund 97% of what your operation, or do you forswear the pork and concentrate on the 3% (really, just 3% you swear!)
If youâ€™re Americaâ€™s largest abortion mill, you go with the latter.
The Trump administration is forcing the professional baby killers at Planned Parenthood to make that choice, decreeing that healthcare providers receiving government funds via Title X may not use the money to promote or provide abortions in any way, shape or form. Planned Parenthood higher ups have announced that they will have to pull out of Title X funding. According to the organization and its media mouthpieces, the administration is harming â€œ1.6 million women.â€�
Hmm, whatâ€™s more concerning: the inconvenience of 1.6 million women (many of them potential child killers,) or the 7.6 million lives taken by the abortion mill since its inception? And another question, if abortion is only 3% of PPâ€™s focus, why are they acting like theyâ€™re caught between a rock and hard place?
The Washington Post published the news of Planned Parenthoodâ€™s decision to opt out of Title X funding by August 19, however from the very pro-choice perspective that itâ€™s a harmful decision to almost 2 million low-income women. The outlet wrote lamented that the Trump adminâ€™s prohibitions would leave â€œ1.6 million low-income women who get services at its clinics scrambling to figure out whether they need new providers.â€�
WashPost touted PP Spokewoman Erica Sackinâ€™s dire warning that this would cause â€œchaos.â€� The outlet wrote, â€œSome states have pledged to make up the funds. But in others where that isnâ€™t the case, especially rural areas where providers can be many miles from one other [sic], the effect is likely to be â€˜chaos.â€™ Yes, how unfortunate.
Hard left-wing outlet Mother Jones wrote about PPâ€™s unfortunate situation being a major burden on poor or uninsured women. Citing one womanâ€™s plight: a woman diagnosed with endometriosis without insurance, the outlet claimed she had â€œnowhere else to turnâ€� except for â€œher local Planned Parenthood.â€� Point being, now that theyâ€™re pulling out of Title X, the woman will be stranded.
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Oh sure. Mother Jones must have forgotten that there are literally â€œthousands of federally qualified health centers which provide far superior health care to Planned Parenthood,â€� many of which are â€œtax-payer funded.â€� On another note, the poor womanâ€™s real gripe lies with the abortion care provider. It is their choice to pull out of Title X, and for what? To save only 3% of their procedures? They seem to be the ones abandoning low-income women for the sake of their pro-abortion politics.
Feminist outlet Bustle played the same game, writing that Planned Parenthood employees believe that â€œthe rule will increase unintended pregnancies, and quickly chip away at the limited funds available to support people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to access the health care they need.â€�
As stated previously, there are plenty of taxpayer funded clinics focused on actual healthcare these women can turn to. According to pro-life outlets, â€œtaxpayer-funded health centers, as identified by the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, increased patients by over 2 million by 2015, providing care to 24,295,946.â€� Many of these are women who have chosen to ditch PP as their preferred clinic. Yes, women have seen the other side and it ainâ€™t that bad.
As for â€œunintended pregnancies,â€� the fewer of them that end in the olâ€™ forceps and vacuum treatment, the better.