Even as noted free market health care expert Greg Scandlen at TheFederalist.com on Tuesday wrote that there are "three conservative ideas buried within Obamacare," more unfathomable news about Obamacare abuse broke, this time concerning — surprise! — Planned Parenthood. Our friends at Live Action, the dynamic pro-life investigators who go undercover to expose the abortion industry, released its latest video of Planned Parenthood encouraging risky, perhaps illegal, behavior to underage teenagers. In fact, it released a third video (see Susan Michelle Tyrell at LiveActionNews.org). In the videos, Planned Parenthood staffers are caught on video giving advice on sadistic sexual behavior to girls they believe to be 15- and 16-year-olds. If that doesn't make you gag — perhaps that's the wrong word since gagging and choking are elements in this type of "sex" — then consider that Planned Parenthood, a $1 billion organization, receives your tax dollars through Obamacare for sex education to teenagers, and even that is only a sliver of the $500 million in taxpayer money it receives annually.
Here’s an abortion corporation, which gets 45 percent of its budget from the taxpayers, telling 15- and 16-year-olds not only to have sex, but also to choke each other in the process. Police should be busting down its door.
Even worse (hard to believe it could get worse), another Denver Planned Parenthood abortion center already is under investigation for not reporting suspected sexual abuse of a 13-year-old by her stepfather. According to accusations, in 2012, the man took the pregnant girl to the abortion center and Planned Parenthood returned her to him after the abortion. Additionally, although unrelated, this news is on top of the recent vile public tirade by this Planned Parenthood supporter who threatened pro-life college students in Ohio, a video that made national news, and which I reported on, here.
Staffers on the new videos are no less irresponsible. They advise the girls about "safety words" that are meant to signal the man to cease, but not to use the word "stop" because "stop" can mean that you like it and to keep going. One tells a girl that "sexual exploration is normal" and recommend researching a certain erotic book online "to see kind of how they execute it."
Warning: This video contains graphic and disturbing language and accounts.
Once we had the "New Math." Now we have the "New Sex Ed." Planned Parenthood style.