Americans across the country celebrated Christmas Eve by attending church, spending time with family, or decorating their trees, but Planned Parenthood celebrated the festive occasion by aborting unborn babies.
The abortion giant makes no exception for the holidays, charging forward with its mission to provide life-ending services to women no matter the day. “Many women experience deep depression on the anniversary of their abortions – no matter what day of the year they have it. But it’s unfathomable that such pain could be forever linked to Christmas,” the president of 40 Days for Life, Shawn Carney, told LifeNews.
“But that’s Planned Parenthood – abortion, no matter what,” Carney said. “A a cold, disconnected view of Christmas is nothing new for Planned Parenthood.”
A majority of American women who aborted their unborn babies say that their lives didn’t improve at all or refused to answer a question about any positive effects of aborting, a new study reports.
And while the overall U.S. abortion rate declined by 25 percent between 2008 and 2014, abortions are still quite common. Almost 25 percent of women in the U.S. will have an abortion by age 45, according to an analysis by Guttmacher Institute researchers. Florida, New York and California host most of America’s abortion clinics, with 71, 95 and 152 clinics respectively.
The Department of Justice also recently requested documents regarding allegations that Planned Parenthood illegally profited from the sale of aborted baby body parts. The Center for Medical Progress exposed the abortion giant’s practice of harvesting and distributing the parts in a series of explosive videos published in 2015.