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06-10-2018, 02:26 PM
56 Members of Congress Slam Planned Parenthood for Doing Abortions on 12-Year-Old Girls, Not Reporting Sexual Assault

Members of Congress have had enough. Today 56 members of Congress signed on to a joint letter slamming the Planned Parenthood abortion business for not properly reporting cases of child rape, sexual abuse, and sexual assault.

As LifeNews has documented multiple times, Planned Parenthood has a history of not reporting statutory rape or sexual abuse to authorities. The abortion corporation frequently covers up cases of rape with abortion and refuses to report rape cases to law enforcement.

The members of Congress today called on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to begin an investigation into Planned Parenthood after a report released last week detailed Planned Parenthood’s decades-long history of performing abortions on sexual abuse victims as young as 12 and failing to report the abuse to authorities.

House Values Action Team Chairwoman Vicky Hartzler (R, MO-04) and members of Congress Chris Smith (R, NJ-04), Mark Walker (R, NC-06), Diane Black (R, TN-06), and Steve King (R, IA-04) reacted to the report today and spoke about the need they and their colleagues see for an investigation.

The letter from Congress to HHS Secretary Alex M. Azar II states in part:

“The report’s findings suggest that abusers feel comfortable taking their victims to Planned Parenthood. We are therefore requesting an investigation into Title X recipients, particularly Planned Parenthood, to determine how widespread this failure is and if there are other instances where Planned Parenthood failed in its duty to report suspected child abuse to local authorities and to HHS.”

Members have requested that HHS turn over records regarding all incidents of Planned Parenthood’s Title X recipients’ failures to report suspected sexual abuse of minors in their care, records of the steps taken to bring recipients into compliance with reporting laws, and documentation of any disciplinary actions.

My question is why are some members of Congress fed up now ? According to the article this information has been around for a while.


06-10-2018, 04:23 PM
November 2018.