“Ask us Anything” a tempting offer from Planned Parenthood

While hanging out tweeting this evening I noticed that abortion biz Planned Parenthood was inviting the public to ask them questions.


It’s called the “Ask us anything” campaign and it runs through National Women’s Health Week (May 10-16).

According to the largest chain of abortion clinics, Planned Parenthood Federation of America wants women to ask questions they might not feel comfortable asking anyone else.

PP Ask anything


Ask us anything Planned Parenthood

Well…at first I was going to scroll past the tweet but the request was just so tempting and – well – I decided to take the bait:

Planned Parenthood ask us anything saynsumthn

After I clicked the Tweet button, I got to thinking.

I bet there are a lot of people who would like to “Ask Planned Parenthood Anything.”

So, to get the party started, I put together a list of questions one might want to ask the abortion giant:

    Why does Planned Parenthood kill babies?
    How do Planned Parenthood employees sleep at night?
    Exactly when does life begin according to Planned Parenthood?
    Why does Planned Parenthood cover for child sexual predators?
    Why does Planned Parenthood name their most prestigious award after a Klan speaker
    Exactly how may tax funded Planned Parenthood employees make 6 digit salaries?
    Why does Planned Parenthood teach young girls about BDSM?
    Is there an abortion Planned Parenthood won’t do?
    How many women besides Tonya Reaves has Planned Parenthood left to die lately?

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