Planned Parenthood urged Hurricane Katrina donations, but used money for itself

Pro-life author Troy Clark, Ph.D, wrote:

Jim Sedlak, Executive Director of American Life League’s STOPP International, pointed out that on Planned Parenthood’s website, it urged people to donate to Hurricane Katrina relief in 2005.

Upon closer inspection of the fine print on the webpage, the pro-choice organization explained that all money raised will be “used to support its own clinics and offices, not to support any of the rescue efforts or critical services needed by storm victims in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast.”

This was written about in “Pro-Life Leader: Planned Parenthood Should Lose its Tax Funding” National Liberty Journal, Oct 2005 and was cited in Troy Clark, Ph.D. Abortion Every 90 Seconds: The Whole Story (Kindle, 2015)

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