Having backed President Obama for the past two presidential elections, Planned Parenthood claimed victory “for women,” “for healthcare,” and “for equality” even though, in reality, it was securing its place at the table for stuffing its face with taxpayer-dollar handouts.
Now comes the election of 2016. Planned Parenthood plays The Woman CardTM and puts all of its weight behind Hillary Clinton. It even celebrates her at its annual abortion-palooza party. Despite all of the rubbing elbows with radical feminist celebrities, despite sending out thousands of gender-study college students with clipboards to Get Out the Vote, and despite all the dressing up as women’s reproductive organs, Planned Parenthood, its agenda, and its supporters were rejected by America.
How is Planned Parenthood dealing with the aftermath? Find your safe spaces as we go through Planned Parenthood’s feed. Things are about to get triggered.
“Scared.” What exactly is there “to process?” For starters, defunding is on the horizon, as Republicans now hold power in the executive and legislative branches of government.
But does the organization that dismembers and decapitates preborn children for profit have a right to be “disgusted?”
Planned Parenthood advocates hand out vagina-shaped cookies on college campuses, but sidewalk chalk disgusts them. Furthermore, Planned Parenthood fails to comprehend the notion that voting involves an individual making his or her choice for president. So how, exactly, does it make the people who oppose Planned Parenthood “anti-choice”?
Oh. In case you didn’t know it, love died on Election Night. Or something.
It’s time to heal.
Take as long as you need to heal. It’s okay to not be ready to fight. Hold those you love close to you. We are still #StrongerTogether
— PPPSW Action Fund (@pppswaction) November 10, 2016
It’s time to turn grief into action.
Turn your grief into action. Here’s how you can make a difference in our new political reality: https://t.co/pc98FsG4Lv #OKLeg pic.twitter.com/brflUTQjps
— PP Great Plains OK (@PPGreatPlainsOK) November 10, 2016
It’s time to take care of ourselves.
Let’s all remember to take care of ourselves and each other. #SelfCare resources from @colorlines: https://t.co/CyJ9DTnpUd
— PPNYC Action Fund (@PPNYCAction) November 10, 2016
Most of Planned Parenthood’s messages in the last 48 hours have revolved around a “These. Doors. Stay. Open.” theme that all started with an e-mail blast by the organization’s top boss, Cecile Richards.
Planned Parenthood has been here for 100 years. We will never back down, and we will never stop providing the care our patients need.
— Planned Parenthood (@PPSWO) November 9, 2016
As a reminder to those Planned Parenthood supporters who want to believe that, we’ll leave this right here: