In what appears to be a statement by the Miss America competition in favor of Planned Parenthood they created a meme from part of an inaccurate answer Miss Tennessee gave about the abortion business.
A meme created by the Miss America Org and tweeted by the beauty pageant highlighted the answer given by Hannah Robison, Miss Tennessee 2015 who claimed that Planned Parenthood did mammograms after being asked by judge Venessa Williams if Planned Parenthood should be defunded:
“I don’t think Planned Parenthood funding should be cut off. The $500 million dollars that gets given to Planned Parenthood every single year goes to female care. It goes for scanning for cancer. It goes for mammograms. And, if we don’t get that funding to Planned Parenthood those women will be out of health care for reproductive causes.”
Shortly after – Twitter went crazy:
Planned Parenthood, which has been accused by the Center for Medical Progress for the selling and harvesting of aborted baby body parts, is hardly a friend to women.
The organization has repeatedly covered for the sexual abuse of children. something I helped document in a report published by Life Dynamics here.
In addition, I also helped put together a list of women killed by legal abortion at the www.safeandlegal.com website.
A look at the story of Tonya Reaves, a 24-year-old Black women, reveals that Planned Parenthood left her bleeding rather than getting her emergency care. As a result- she died from an abortion Planned Parenthood performed on her.
Miss Alabama Meg McGuffin , who finished as the Fourth Runner Up in the Miss America 2016 pageant went after Donald Trump during her question and answer period:
“I think Donald Trump is an entertainer and I think he says what’s on a lot of peoples’ minds, but I think the Republican party should be absolutely terrified of all the attention that he is taking from incredible candidates like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie who could absolutely do the job of President of the United States. If I were Republican I would be absolutely terrified of that.”
There was even a question about cheating and Tom Brady:
When Miss Mississippi was asked, “Does an order to issue same-sex marriage licenses violate religious freedom?” she replied;
“It absolutely does not violate her religious freedom.”
That was directed at Kim Davis, a simple clerk in Kentucky who was ordered to jail by a judge after she refused to issue marriage licenses because the licenses (even those her clerks would issue would have her name on them.) Davis claimed that the law in the state required her to support traditional man/woman marriage and that homosexual marriage violated her deeply held religious beliefs. She was recently released after spending several days behind bars for contempt of court.