New Planned Parenthood Report Shows It Lied About Abortion

by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  May 31, 2017   

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NEW YORK ( - Planned Parenthood (PP), America's largest abortion provider, released its Annual Report for 2015–2016, showing its commitment to "women's health" is a lie.

In light of the possibility of the abortion giant losing over $500 million per year in taxpayer money, the report — released several months later than in previous years — claims, "For 100 years, increasing access to healthcare and information has been at the center of what we do."

Despite its claims, however, of being the exemplar of women's healthcare, PP performed nearly 5,000 more abortions than the previous year, claiming as its own the death of 328,348 unborn children between 2015 and 2016.


But while the number of abortions went up, its other "women's services" like contraception services, cancer screenings and prenatal care decreased. There were 136,244 fewer contraception services performed than the previous year, as well as nearly 17,000 fewer cancer screenings.

In February, Live Action News (LAN) exposed one of PP's many lies — the claim that it provides prenatal services. In fact, after LAN published its investigation, PP purged the term "prenatal service" from many of its affiliate websites. Planned Parenthood's own report, however, marks a massive drop off in the number of prenatal services it claims to have rendered, from 17,419 between 2014–2015 to 9,419 a year later — a decrease of exactly 8,000.

In 2015, there was a massive outcry against PP after the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released videos showing PP employees engaged in trafficking aborted baby parts for profit and laughing at the murder of babies.

Since then the House of Representatives and the Senate Judiciary Committee has called for criminal investigations into PP's dealings and even chided a member of the Obama administration for refusing to investigate.

The abortion giant has also given donations from its millions to politicians who will help keep it in business. On May 28, PP gave its Mary Anne Rennolds Award to Catholic Democrat and Virginia governor, Terry McAuliffe. His reelection campaign received over $1.5 million from PP.

In February, he vetoed a bill that would have defunded the abortion organization in Virginia and has promised to veto a late-term abortion ban.


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