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Donald Trump: I Don’t support Planned Parenthood it’s like an abortion factory! Says defund as long as they perform abortions

Posted in 2016 Presidential Race, Donald Trump with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 9, 2015 by saynsumthn

After previously attempting to detail the confusing abortion position of Donald Trump I have put together some more recent statements he has made about Planned Parenthood.

Bill O’Reilly asked 2016 presidential GOP hopeful Donald Trump about support of Planned Parenthood, after he said that All Lives Matter in response to the Black Lives Matter campaign.

“The fact is All Lives Matter that includes Black and it includes White and includes everyone else,” Trump said.

O’Reilly then asked “If All Lives Matter then – why do you support Planned Parenthood?”

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Donald Trump replied:

    “I’m not supporting Planned Parenthood…I’m against Planned Parenthood…totally against. I’m against it…..A lot of people say its an abortion clinic I’m opposed to that. I wouldn’t do any funding as long as they’re doing abortions and they are performing abortions so I would be totally opposed to funding.”

The Donald told O’Reilly: “You have bad researchers”

It set off a storm of tweets because several people thought Trump had shown support of Planned Parenthood:

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Donald Trump said previously on CNN’s “New Day” that he would “look at the good aspects” of Planned Parenthood before defunding.

Trump did stick to his position that the “abortion aspect of Planned Parenthood should not — absolutely should not — be funded.”

    “The biggest problem I have with Planned Parenthood is the abortion situation. I mean it’s like an abortion factory frankly and you can’t have it! And You just shouldn’t be funding it. It should not be funded by the government. Because really if you look at it and look at the work they do it really has become so heavily centered at abortion and you can’t have that.”

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Given the 3% abortion lie, Trump responded:

    “What I’d do if the time came I would look at the individual things that they do and maybe some of the things are good and maybe – I know a lot of the things are bad but certainly the abortion aspect of it should not be funded by government. Absolutely.”

    I would look at the good aspects of it and I would also look because I’m sure they do some things properly and good, good for women, and I would look at that,” Trump said.

    “The abortion aspect of Planned Parenthood should not be funded.”

Asked when he believes the unborn becomes a person, Trump replied:

    “Well I certainly think as the process goes along more and more and a lot of people are talking about the 20 weeks, certainly there but absolutely as the process goes along but I am a person that feels very very strongly about – you know I’m pro-life but I also feel you go with the exceptions.”

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Trump on Dana Loesch (jump to 3:00)

    “Absolutely they [Planned Parenthood] should be defunded…the answer is in my opinion they should absolutely be defunded…In the case of PP anybody who watched these videos…its very sad to watch it…I thought it was a disgrace.”

Trump on Hannity: (jump to 16:50)

    “They do good things…So look, let’s say there’s Two Planned Parenthood’s in a way, you have it as an abortion clinic now that actually is a very small part if what they do but its a brutal part and I’m totally against it and I wouldn’t do that. They also however service women…We have to help women, a lot of women are helped, so we have to look at the positives also about Planned Parenthood.

    “Maybe unless they stop with the abortions we don’t do the funding for the stuff that we want. There are many ways you can do that Sean because I’m totally against the abortion aspect of Planned Parenthood…”

    There are many ways to do that, because I’m totally against the abortion aspect, but I’ve had many women, I’ve had many Republican conservative women come up and say Planned Parenthood serves a good function other than the one aspect,” he said. “We have to help women.”

Trump on Hugh Hewitt Show on shutting down government to defund PP

    “I can tell you this I would…if the republicans stuck together you could have done this with ObamaCare also…I think you have to in this case also – yes!”

Donald Trump on Meet The Press – 8/16/15

    “I’ve always hated the concept of abortion- always…I’m pro-life…to me I have exceptions: rape, incest, if the mother is going to die…”

Asked if he was ever a Planned Parenthood donor, Trump replied, “I don’t know. It’s possible. Like, I’ve given to so many organizations over the years. Hundreds of millions of dollars. I don’t know – I don’t think so but it’s possible…”

    “Well look, Planned Parenthood has to stop with the abortions. A lot of people consider them an abortion clinic…”

He was asked if he is ambivalent about shutting down Planned Parenthood:

Women’s health issues are important to me,” Trump said.

Asked to specify if he thinks there should be a government shut down over Planned Parenthood Trump said:


    ” I wouldn’t fund it if they have the abortion going on and it’s been a big factor so I’d certainly look into it.”

    “I would not fund if they’re doing abortions,” Trump emphasized, adding that he’d have to think about whether he would shut the government down over it, “It bothers me greatly that they’re doing the abortions and at the same time women’s health issues are very important to me. And you have a lot of other people who do that without the abortion clinic – because they really are to a large extent an abortion clinic.”

Donald Trump in first GOP 2016 Presidential debate:

    “I am pro-life…I hate the concept of abortion…”

Pro-choice “death chain” claims no one is for abortion

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice Logic, Pro-choice mocking, Pro-choice People with tags , , , , , , , , on April 3, 2014 by saynsumthn

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A video published by the radically left-wing pro-abortion group, Common Sense Action, shows Planned Parenthood and abortion supporters forming a pro-abortion death chain to protest a law which would rightly define an unborn child as a person in Colorado.

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The state was one of the first states in the nation to legalize abortion on demand prior to the 1973 Supreme Court Roe V. Wade decision.

The protest termed by me as a “death chain” appears to mimic the pro-life “life chains” and claims to be opposing a Colorado proposal to define unborn babies as human beings. The video narration describes pro-life legislatures as, “The Tea-Baggers in the Colorado House.

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The youtube “about” text reads, “Starting on Ash Wednesday, March 5, to Good Friday, April 18, an anti-choice group said they would protest at each of our women’s health centers in Colorado, so we have been showing up to protest these haters at the Planned Parenthood at Fillmore and Centennial.
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The video narrator calls the Personhood movement the “radical Vatican ideology of defining life as beginning at fertilization” and then calls the unborn child in the womb a “hollow ball of differentiating cells” and the pregnant mother the “female host within whose body it dwells.”

Towards the end of the nauseating video, the narrator says, “Pro-choice is not pro-abortion, no one is for abortion.”

Sorry, but, watching your pro-abortion video, it doesn’t look that way to me….

Unborn baby delievered alive in sac and they say abortion doesn’t kill a child!

Posted in Personhood, Unborn Child, Video with tags , , , , , on February 20, 2014 by saynsumthn

This is NOT an abortion – but shows the humanity of the unborn child which is obviously alive and moving inside the umbilical sac.

BELOW: Alive Fetus in Gestational sac14 to 16 weeks size baby with intact sac…A case of spontaneous abortion…Foetus was showing active movements for 15 minutes.

Am I Not a Child: Black activists demand personhood for unborn children

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Neighborhood, Black Women, Personhood with tags , , , , , , , on January 14, 2014 by saynsumthn

Am I Not a Child?

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The Am I Not a Child media campaign is hard hitting televised messaging designed by members of the Black community to directly address the Black and Hispanic communities.

Ayesha Kruetzmeface11Abortion is having a devastating impact on the ability of our communities to flourish,” says, Ayesha Kruetz of the Frederick Douglas Foundation of New York.

She goes on to say, “It all comes down to our unwillingness as a society to protect the personhood of Black and Hispanic preborn boys and girls. Abortion is a concern for the Frederick Douglas Foundation. It represents the same root problem that permitted the enslavement of Blacks in the U.S.— refusing to acknowledge the personhood and therefore the ‘inalienable’ rights of the black man. That is exactly what the Supreme Court did in Roe vs Wade. And it is decimating our people.

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In 1787 we asked, ‘AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER?’ and we overcame. The time has come for the Blacks and Hispanics of Rochester to raise our voice for the future of our people and ask, “Am I Not a Child?”

Read more http://www.fdfny.org/blog/2014/01/11/press-advisory-am-i-not-a-child-launch-jan-14th/

Learn how abortion targets the black community by watching Maafa21 (here)

Pro-life Personhood leader attacked in home with pregnant wife and small kids- Media Ignores

Posted in Personhood, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 2, 2012 by saynsumthn

Personhood Leaders Suffer Violent Attacks from Pro-Abortion Terrorists Following ‘Newsweek’ Feature

DENVER, July 2, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — On the heels of the release of an article profiling Personhood USA leaders Keith and Jennifer Mason, featured in Newsweek magazine and online at The Daily Beast, the Mason’s home residence was violently vandalized by pro-abortion activists. A few days after the attack, dedicated pro-life volunteer Everett Stadig was assaulted while petitioning for Colorado’s personhood initiative and suffered several injuries, including a broken hip which required surgery.

The Newsweek article profiled the Masons and their work to champion the personhood rights of every human being. The Daily Beast’s notoriously liberal audience took exception to the pro-life beliefs of the Masons, resulting in several physical threats posted in the comments beneath the article. After viewing these threats, one reader tracked down the Mason’s home address and posted it in the comment section.

“The article does state that we have three small children, and that my wife is due to deliver our fourth child very soon,” explained Keith Mason, President of Personhood USA. “It is shocking to consider that someone would be so cruel and heartless to attack a home with a pregnant woman and small children inside. Apparently, the pro-choice crowd has no more compassion for born children than they do for the preborn.”

In the middle of the night, a large rock was heaved through the double-paned glass of their front door, scattering glass throughout their living room and across the front porch, covering their children’s toys and items for the new baby. The pro-abortion criminals also spray painted coat hangers and vulgarity in large letters on the front and sides of their house.

The violence didn’t end there. The same week, Stadig was criminally assaulted, resulting in multiple injuries and hospitalization.

“Our reaction is one of puzzlement. What kind of person would terrorize the home of a family with young, innocent children inside? We’re left wondering what these abortion fanatics hoped to accomplish,” continued Mason. “Not only are these hateful attacks uncalled for, but they have renewed our resolve to press forward. It is a great testimony that even as Everett recuperates in the hospital he is undeterred, even asking hospital staff and visitors for their signatures on his personhood petition. We are all following his example, pressing forward despite hardships, determined to continue to defend the lives of women and babies – all of whom deserve better than abortion.”

African American Democratic candidate Johnny DuPree supports Personhood for unborn children

Posted in Personhood with tags , , , , on November 4, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Both Mississippi gubernatorial candidates agree: Amendment 26 is not a Red / Blue issue or a right / left issue – it is a Life and Death issue.

Republican candidate Phil Bryant is co-chairman of the YesOn26.net campaign, and he powerfully restates why he is voting “Yes” on 26.

Democratic candidate Johnny DuPree also supports the amendment, and shares his own personal reasons why he will be voting “Yes” on 26. Then DuPree adds, “I’m voting on the question based on what’s on what was asked in the initiative. That initiative says, ‘Where do you believe life begins?’. I believe life begins at conception.”

Thanks to both men for refusing to allow Planned Parenthood and the ACLU distract them from what’s at stake here. On November 8th, Mississippians of all political persuasions will cast their votes for life! Vote “Yes!” on 26!

If you share Mr. DuPree’s conviction as well as the “concerns” he mentioned, please get the facts about Amendment 26 here: http://yeson26.net/latest-news/scare-tactics/
Wake up and see how racist abortion really is: Watch Maafa21

Video Exposes Wolf in Sheep’s clothing: Planned Parenthood “pro-choice minister” lied to thwart pro-life law

Posted in Abortion, Personhood, Planned Parenthood Clergy, Planned Parenthood Employee, Planned Parenthood lies with tags , , , , , , , on August 16, 2011 by saynsumthn

Speaking to a crowd of Mississippi voters, Planned Parenthood spokesperson, Vincent Lachina claimed to be a Southern Baptist minister, both “prolife and prochoice”. Addressing the crowd in a clerical collar, Mississippians listened intently as Lachina shared that he grew up in Jackson and had a Mississippi heritage. Lachina boldly preached an ideology of choice from the pulpit, calling for a “no” vote on prolife Amendment 26, but left out some critical details.

Lachina failed to mention that he is the Washington State Chaplain at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. In fact he is also on the board of NWIRP, which describes him this way: In November of 2004, Lachina was hired for the position of Washington State Chaplain for the Planned Parenthood affiliates of Washington, Alaska, Idaho and Northwest Oregon, based in Seattle.

He is also a speaker for NARAL- the National Abortion Rights Action League….

Jacob Dawson, of the American Family Association, was sitting in the audience and decided to do a Google search of Lachina, having never heard of a Southern Baptist preacher from Mississippi by that name – much less a pro-choice, clerical collar-wearing Southern Baptist Preacher.

Dawson got up before the crowd and stated, “A quick Google search reveals that Mr. Lachina is from Seattle, and is a chaplain for Planned Parenthood.”

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Another bold faced lie by this PLANNED PARENTHOOD REPRESENTATIVE trying to oppose a pro-life law, is the fact that Lachina is NOT a Southern Baptist Minister. Southern Baptists generally oppose abortion and support the right-to-life of unborn children.

According to the group Live Action which has investigated other lies by Planned Parenthood and their employees, A Google cache of Planned Parenthood Votes! Northwest shows a profile of Vincent Lachina that you can see in its original size. The profile reads of Lachina: “He is now aligned with the more progressive American Baptist Conference and the United Church of Christ.”

Planned Parenthood Removes Lachina Profile From Website

Sometime since August 4th, when the Google cached page containing Lachina’s profile was recorded, Planned Parenthood Votes! Northwest suspiciously removed the profile of Vincent Lachina.

However, we see that Lachina used to be a member of a Southern Baptist Church and left them to become active in the more left-leaning American Baptist Organization. It appears that Lachina intentionally deceived the audience by lending allowing them to think of him as “Southern Baptist” now….According to a NARAL PDF located here:

Rev. Vincent Lachina
Panel: Reproductive rights…not just a “women’s issue” Vincent is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. Born into an Italian Catholic family, his first years were in the Roman Catholic Church in preparation for the priesthood. As a teenager, he became a Protestant and joined a Southern Baptist congregation. He holds the BA in Religion and English from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, and the MEd in Religion and Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas. An ordained minister for more than 45 years, he has served in a variety of church positions, including: Minister of Youth, Minister to the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Missionary to Nairobi, Kenya, Minister of Education, Church Administrator and Senior Pastor. For seven years he served the Southern Baptist Convention as a consultant and editor for youth leadership and special ministries at the Baptist Sunday School Board (now Lifeway). He is now active in the American Baptist Conference. In November 2004, Lachina was selected to take the position of Washington State Chaplain for the four Planned Parenthood affiliates of Washington (with added responsibilities in Northern Oregon, Alaska and Idaho). Vincent has lived in the Seattle area for more than 24 years. He is a proud father and grandfather. And he is currently an active lay member of Seattle’s University Baptist Church (ABC),

But I think I found the MOST Damming evidence is HIS OWN Admission that he is an “American Baptist Clergy Person” in this video from several years back:

So…did this “Planned Parenthood Chaplain” intentionally travel from Washington State to Mississippi to make false religious claims to influence Mississippi voters against a pro-life ballot measure.

Questions now are being raised over Planned Parenthood’s involvement in Lachina’s appearance in Mississippi. Did Planned Parenthood as his employer plan and pay for this religious manipulation of voters?