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Planned Parenthood doc believes in God is not a killer because he “supplies a service” threatens pro-lifer

Posted in Abortionist, Abortionist Threatens, Planned Parenthood abortionist, Planned Parenthood Bullying, Planned Parenthood Employee, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , on May 13, 2014 by saynsumthn

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A Planned Parenthood abortionist lashed out in a sidewalk altercation last Saturday morning in front of the Planned Parenthood Orange Health Center located at 700 S. Tustin St. in Southern California. The event was captured on video and shows an angry abortionist threatening an older pro-life gentlemen who is peacefully demonstrating on the sidewalk. The demonstrator holds a rosary and literate when the abortionist walks over from his car, totally enraged. The abortionist threatens to “sock [the man] in the f***ing face” and closes by stating that his is providing a service and is not a “baby killer.”

Live Action President Lila Rose responded:


“This abortionist’s medical license should be immediately revoked for making threats of physical violence against a peaceful pro-life advocate practicing his first amendment rights. It is already an injustice and tragedy that this abortionist is allowed by the state to dismember and destroy helpless preborn children. Local authorities should immediately intervene to prevent this abortionist from threatening or harming any more people.”

This is the same site that Operation rescue reported medical emergencies – read here or here.

Abortion giant Planned Parenthood fires pro-choice employee because she is disabled, ordered to pay damages

Posted in Disability, Planned Parenthood and discrimination, Planned Parenthood Bullying, Planned Parenthood disability, Planned Parenthood Employee with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 2, 2012 by saynsumthn

Karl Eastlund was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho in November of 2011 after serving for five months in the interim position.Karl joined Planned Parenthood in 2003 as the Chief Financial Officer and quickly became the organizations Chief Operating Officer.

According to a 2009, 990 filed by Planned Parenthood of Central Washington, Eastlund made $100,648 base compensation , $5,000 in Bonus and incentive pay,$3,408 in retirement and other compensation, $5654 in non-taxable benefits, for a grand total of $114,710. Eastlund only worked on average 37.50 hours per week for that salary.

Former CEOs Anna Franks received $212,513 from the tax funded Planned Parenthood and Medical Director Sara Cate was paid $145,683

Planned Parenthood of Central Washington has now become Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho and given the salary of their previous CEO Anna Franks, it is expected that Eastlund will earn well over $200,000 from the TAX FUNDED organization.

Planned Parenthood received $349.6 million in tax dollars in the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2008, and $363.2 MILLION Dollars on Government Grants ( Tax Dollars) in 2009– that is ONE MILLION DOLLARS PER DAY of taxpayer money !!!

According to this News Tribune article, Planned Parenthood must pay damages to former employee, judge rules
By Michelle Dupler, Tri-City Herald
Published: Aug. 2, 2012

The organization formerly known as Planned Parenthood of Central Washington has been ordered to pay a former employee more than $106,000 in damages after firing her because of a disability.

The money awarded to Shannon Sharp by a Benton County Superior Court judge includes more than $86,000 for back wages and $20,000 for emotional distress.

Karl Eastlund, the organization’s CEO, also was ordered to pay Sharp $30,000 for emotional distress. ( Keep in mind his salary in general-above)

Sharp waged an eight-year battle against her former employer that culminated in a jury verdict in her favor in late June.

Her lawsuit claimed that Planned Parenthood fired her from her job as a regional manager after she was diagnosed with degenerative arthritis in her neck and back that required ongoing medical treatment.

Her neck and back pain sometimes made Sharp unable to perform all of her job functions, and her lawsuit alleged that Planned Parenthood fired her rather than provide reasonable accommodations, court documents said.

Planned Parenthood — now Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho — claimed in court that it fired Sharp because of her performance.

“In our view, we followed all laws and professional protocols when we terminated her employment due to performance; however, recently a court agreed that the former employee’s claims had some merit,” Planned Parenthood officials said in a statement at the time of the verdict. “While we believe we followed all laws, we respect the court process, and we are grateful this legal process has concluded so that we can continue to focus on patient care.”

Court documents said Sharp had never received a negative performance evaluation or reprimand, and that the organization’s human resources department performed no independent investigation.

The lawsuit was filed in 2004 but was delayed for several years because Washington’s anti-discrimination law was unsettled because of court battles and legislative changes, Sharp’s attorney, Michael Saunders, told the Herald.

The case finally came to trial in June, and a jury found that Sharp was fired because of her disability.

Some questions about monetary payments remained, and Judge Cameron Mitchell on July 23 signed the judgments against Planned Parenthood for $106,000 and Eastlund for $30,000.

In the video below, Eastlund explains that Planned Parenthood has an “Image Problem” inside a church of all places….I guess they do given they are the number one provider of abortions in the nation , and they discriminate against people with disabilities, as well as setting up their clinics in minority neighborhoods and were founded by a racist and eugenics Klan Speaker ( See Maafa21)

Komen VP resigns over Planned Parenthood funding flap

Posted in Komen, Planned Parenthood Bullying with tags , , on February 8, 2012 by saynsumthn

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Planned Parenthood Not Always Successful at Bullying Donors

Posted in Planned Parenthood Bullying with tags , , , on February 8, 2012 by saynsumthn

by Jill Stanek on Feb 7, 2012

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure would have done well to look back at Planned Parenthood’s history of nasty break-ups to get a better handle on what was ahead.
Back in the pre-Internet dinosaur days 22 years ago, Planned Parenthood’s tactics may have been different, but its assault was just as grand when it learned AT&T was planning to disconnect its service. The backdrop, from the Seattle Times, April 13, 1990:

AT&T announced April 2 that it would no longer provide money for the teen educational programs of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America because of the organization’s increasingly public stand on abortion.

Planned Parenthood had been a recipient of AT&T funding for 25 years. Last year the organization received $50,000 from AT&T, [Walt] Greenwood [AT&T’s public relations director] said.

Planned Parenthood immediately accused the company of “corporate cowardice” for caving in to the demands of a small group of anti-abortionists.

Recently, AT&T had been the focus of a letter-writing campaign and threatened boycott by the Christian Action Council of Falls Church, Va.

Reynold Levy, corporate vice president of the AT&T Foundation, the firm’s philanthropic arm, said despite the fact that AT&T gifts were aimed at helping families and teen-age parents, it had proven impossible to pursue such ends through Planned Parenthood without being identified in the public mind with Planned Parenthood’s political activity.
He said he had been told late yesterday that AT&T officials in New York had no intention of reversing the company’s stand.

Bear in mind the amount AT&T was rescinding: $50,000 per year. Nevertheless, Planned Parenthood proceeded to take out full page ads, for $40,000 each, in Investor’s Daily, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and USA Today.

Here for the first time is a screen shot of that ad on the Internet, courtesy of Doug Scott, president of Life Decisions International, who spent hours going through files to find it…

Note the familiar talking points, that AT&T had “caved in to anti-choice extremists” and “bullying tactics” and had “decided to leave teens at risk,” identical in so many words to its charges two decades later, including that Komen was leaving women at risk.

Also not the two coupons, one to go to AT&T in protest, and the other to go to PP with a donation. Of course, PP also launched a fundraising effort when assaulting Komen.
Faye Wattleton was Planned Parenthood’s president at the time. Wattleton took to the airwaves to pressure AT&T, appearing on NBC Today, the CBS Morning News, CBS Evening News, ABC World News Tonight, and the MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, to name some.

PP enlisted the help of its friends in Congress, one of whom it also enlisted for help in its battle against Komen: Barbara Boxer, who at the time was a congresswoman and is now a senator.
With the Komen debacle so fresh in our minds, we may think we have a little understanding of the tremendous pressure PP placed on AT&T.
But that public battle went on for three years. Pro-Planned Parenthood AT&T shareholders proposed resolutions in support of the abortion giant at the annual shareholders meeting in 1990, 1991, 1992, and 1993. When in 1993 they again failed to get a vote, PP finally moved on.

In an enlightening commentary in the Milwaukee Journal, Wattleton explained PP’s rationale for attacking AT&T:

There was no other option to take – and let me explain to you why. We had been in conversation with AT&T for a number of months – as a matter of fact, more than a year, about the concerns they had about the opposition….

We said to them, “you can’t avoid this by defunding. This is an issue that will not go away – it will only give life and strength to people who think that they can push you around….

In other words, Planned Parenthood simply could not let pro-lifers win.

But that time we did.

The difference? In his book Bad Choices: A Look Inside Planned Parenthood, Doug Scott wrote:

Despite the expensive and volatile media campaign launched by Planned Pareenthood, AT&T held firm. Its spokesmen were eloquent in explaining the company position.
Komen’s leadership obviously did not hold firm. And spokeswoman Nancy Brinker fumbled and waffled.