Pattern Of Corruption, According To Abortion Provider, Is "Not indicative of a systemic problem"

Planned Parenthood vice president of communications, Stuart Schear, is on record as saying that the corruption within PP is "not indicative of a systemic problem,"[1] then lambasted Live Action for exposing them.
The objective facts clearly show a widespread pattern within the organization of what Virginia attorney general Kenneth Cuccinelli calls "a willingness to support sex trafficking of minors."[2] Six videos have been released so far in Live Action's latest series of exposés. Then there are the over one dozen "hidden camera videos from ten states" which Live Action has released over the last few years uncovering "several alarming patterns of illegal ... activities including cover-up of sexual abuse of minors, the skirting of parental consent laws, citing unscientific and fabricated medical information to manipulate women to have abortions, and ... willingness to accept donations earmarked to abort African-American babies."

All this, according to PP, is "not indicative of a systemic problem."




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