Shameful politicians love to slobber all over abortion giant Planned Parenthood founded by racist Klan speaker Margaret Sanger. The abortion giant, which admittedly kills hundreds of thousands of babies annually and covers for child sexual predators has a grip on the politicians it “honors.”
Today, Oregon Governor, Kate Brown kicked off Planned Parenthood’s “Day of Action” at the state Capitol.
“You can really make an impact at the Capitol today…. I am still a feminist, and I am proud to use that word,” Gov. Brown told abortion giant supporters.
Meanwhile, Sacramento, California Congressman Ami Bera, M.D. has received Planned Parenthood’s Champions for Women’s Health Award. Congressman Ami Bera represents California’s 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund Cecile Richards, and President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California Kathy Kneer presented Bera with the award.
“We can always count on Dr. Bera to stand up for women’s access to health care in California, and around the world,” said Kneer. “As a member of the Congressional committee focused on global health, he has been a true advocate for women worldwide. His tireless efforts have made him a champion to Planned Parenthood and a champion to the women of Sacramento County.”
“I’m truly honored to receive @PPFA Women’s Health Champion Award,” Bera tweeted.
Longtime, Planned Parenthood advocate, Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio was the Senate recipient of the award.
Also included in this list of shameful politicians is a staffer to the only woman in U.S. history to be elected both a Governor and a United States Senator.
Jeanne Shaheen, who served as Governor of New Hampshire from 1997 to 2003, and is now a US Senator congratulated staffer Alison MacDonald for her recent Planned Parenthood award.
MacDonald works out of Shaheen’s Washington office and was named Planned Parenthood’s Stand Up Staffer of the Year on March 18.
According to the Conway Daily Sun, MacDonald also received her award at the 2015 Planned Parenthood National Conference in Sacramento, Calif., on March 18. She’s worked for Shaheen for the past six years.
“Alison was honored with Planned Parenthood’s Stand Up Staffer of the Year award for her dedication to improving access to health care and improving patient care,” Shaheen stated. “Alison has been a passionate advocate for women, children and families in New Hampshire, effecting meaningful change for everyone in the Granite State. She never shies from tough tasks, and approaches every challenge with a smile. I can think of no one more deserving of the Stand Up Staffer of the Year award.”