The abortion chain praised Alabama voters on Tuesday for rejecting a man who allegedly sexually harassed several women, while congratulating his challenger who supports aborting late-term unborn babies.
The criticism of losing Republican candidate Roy Moore was quite ironic coming from an abortion chain that kills 320,000 unborn babies each year and has been caught numerous times covering up the sexual abuse of minors. While voters understandably had a hard time backing Roy Moore, the Republican candidate who faced numerous allegations of sexual misconduct, Planned Parenthood victory lap is nothing short of hypocritical.
Planned Parenthood took aim at sexual abuse on Tuesday night on Twitter after the election results were announced
The irony is that Jones also supports an organization that aids predators and abusers: Planned Parenthood. The abortion chain has been caught numerous times ignoring signs of sexual abuse or even covering up the abuse.
In 2011, a Live Action investigation uncovered wide-spread willingness among Planned Parenthood employees to help sex traffickers abuse young teens.
The undercover sting caused public outcry, and the abortion chain promised to retrain its staff about identifying sex trafficking victims and abuse. However, a former employee said Planned Parenthood did not fulfill its promise to the public, and trained its employees on how to spot undercover investigators instead.
In March 2015, Life Dynamics wrote for LifeNews.com about a California man who sexually abused two of his daughters and took the younger one to Planned Parenthood for two abortions in 2010. Court documents indicated that the abortion facility did not report the suspected abuse of the 13-year-old girl to authorities.
The Life Dynamics criminal cases summaries include another young girl who was raped for an additional 1 ½ years after her 44-year-old abuser took her to Planned Parenthood for an abortion. In another case, a young victim was taken to Planned Parenthood for an abortion after her abuser sexually assaulted her at the age of 15.
And an Ohio Planned Parenthood faced a lawsuit for failing to report the sexual abuse of the young girl. The case involved a 22-year-old soccer coach who was convicted of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl on his team, LifeNews reported. According to reports, he statutorily raped the girl; and when she became pregnant, he took her to Planned Parenthood to abort their unborn baby.
In another case in Arizona, officials said a Planned Parenthood center failed to provide the proper report to authorities about a victim of a young man accused of being a serial rapist. Planned Parenthood failed to report the rape, and the young man allegedly raped 18 or more teenage girls before he was caught, according to authorities.
These are just some of the known cases. Studies indicate that more than half of post-abortive women say they felt pressure to have an abortion.
Jones’ election may have been a win for Planned Parenthood, but it certainly was not for millions of vulnerable pregnant women and their unborn babies or teen girls who are sex abuse victims.
December 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Virtually unknown less than a decade ago, the North American transgender movement has now infiltrated mainstream institutions with such speed that many people are still unaware of what the movement stands for and what the implications of transgender ideology are.
The Associated Press has ordered its journalists to use the recently-invented“transgender pronouns.” Major media outlets dutifully report on an uptick of “pregnant men.” National Geographic Magazine lent the credibility of its golden frame to so-called “gender fluidity” with a cover story on “The Gender Revolution.”
And of course, LGBT activists are already hard at work rooting out heretics in politics, media, and academia.
In Canada, it began with Dr. Jordan Peterson, who sounded the alarm with several YouTube videos warning that legislation being considered by Canada’s Parliament that was being portrayed as protecting the human rights of trans people would actually grant special rights and coerce speech by forcing people to use the transgender pronouns. Peterson was viciously attacked on all sides but not only survived the public pillorying, but ended up becoming a significant public intellectualwith an enormous audience. Peterson’s opponents have now switched tactics, and are instead attempting to smear Peterson with the “alt-right” label and falsely associate him with white supremacists.
The same thing is currently happening to Lindsay Shephard, the grad student at Laurier University who was hauled before a grotesque troika of academic social justice warriors and reduced to tears after she showed a clip of a TVO debate with Dr. Jordan Peterson and a trans advocate in class. Shepherd says that she leans left on the political spectrum, but apparently how she self-identifies is irrelevant to those who wish to destroy her for the heresy of open-mindedness. She is now being described by some media figures, LGBT activists, and progressives across the Twittersphere as “alt-right.”
And then there was Linda Macdonald, who describes herself as a “left-leaning Canadian mom,” who was kicked out of a support group sponsored by Family Services Ottawa for the parents of trans children for expressing her hope that her daughter’s Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria might yet be dealt with in a way that did not include physical surgery and transition. For hoping that her teen daughter would not opt for a double mastectomy and radically transform her body, she was labeled “unsafe” and ejected by the group leader.
And now, CBC Documentaries—an arm of Canada’s state broadcaster—has decided to pull a documentary called “Transgender Kids.” Initially, they announced the release on Twitter with this description: “Who Knows Best? Parents are encouraged to adopt a ‘gender affirmative’ approach—fully supporting their children’s change of identity. But is this approach right?” The documentary examined some facts that trans activists badly want to suppress, including the fact that most children naturally outgrow gender dysphoria. The implication of this, of course, is that physical transition in the pre-adolescent and teen years can have horrifying results.
The trans heresy hunters saddled up immediately, and CBC Documentaries faced an online campaign fueled by activists accusing them of “transphobia” for daring to present science, facts, and perspectives that do not precisely line up with their own.
The CBC, predictably, caved, and announced that they would be pulling the documentary: “In light of our own further review of the doc, coupled with audience reaction, we have decided not to air Transgender Kids. We think there are other docs that better offer insight into the realities of the transgender community and we look forward to airing those in the future.”
Interestingly, the zealousness of trans activists in stomping out all dissent and persecuting anyone who dares to disagree with them is beginning to backfire. Many ordinary liberals were on board with gay marriage, but find the idea of men getting pregnant a bridge too far—and the reaction to both Peterson and the interrogation of Lindsay Shephard prove that many, if not most, people find the trans activist witch hunt repulsive and dangerous.
On Twitter, exasperated journalists responded to the CBC cancellation with disgust, with even many left-leaning writers complaining that it was rapidly becoming impossible to have reasonable discussions about certain issues.
The last several months have proven two things: Trans activists have an enormous amount of power and sway in the institutions of politics, academia, and media. But it is also true that people are becoming fed up with their bullying, censorship, and attacks on any expert, columnist, or scientist—and there are huge numbers of them—who disagree with trans ideology.
Even journalists sympathetic to trans causes are beginning to push back, and most people recognize the libelous ridiculousness of calling left-leaning people “alt-right” simply for daring to disagree or ask questions. The trans movement has pushed far and lightning fast, but maybe, just maybe, we are seeing the beginning of a pushback.
On Friday, December 8th, the Islamic Center of Jersey City featured a Friday khutbah (sermon) given by Imam Aymen Elkasaby. In it, he rages at Israel for its control over Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, calling the Jews “apes and pigs” and “the most cowardly of nations [and the] weakest of all peoples,” and says that fighting to regain control of the Al-Aqsa Mosque is a religious obligation for all Muslims. He closes his sermon with the following charming prayer: “Allah, make us among your armies…. Allah, we ask you to grant us martyrdom on the threshold of Al-Aqsa Mosque…. Count them one by one, and kill them down to the very last one. Do not leave a single one on the face of the Earth.”
Elkasaby is apparently new at the Center; the first video on ICJC’s YouTube channel featuring him is from this August. And his rabid extremism seems out of place at a mosque which just last month was host to the second annual “Interfaith Gathering of Unity,” sponsored by the Hudson County Brotherhood/Sisterhood Association. Moreover, the president of the mosque, Ahmed Shedeed, is considered mainstream enough to be the invited guest of Cory Booker during President Obama’s final State of the Union address in 2016. One might wonder why the mosque brought on such an extremist as Elkasaby.
Ironically enough, Imam Elkasaby was a featured participant in the abovementioned Interfaith Gathering of Unity. Perhaps its organizers should take better care to identify the extremists who feign tolerance, all the while calling for mass murder.