Americans Rise Up Against Planned Parenthood
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
Thousands turn out around the country to protest Planned Parenthood. This is a sign that America is waking up. But the momentum needs to continue to stop the funding of Planned Parenthood and return a sanctity of human life to America.
Mat Staver: Matt, in 50 states there were protests against the 320 Planned Parenthoods across the country that are providing abortion. And thousands, really tens of thousands when you look at them around the country, showed up. There was a report that in Minneapolis in Minnesota that between 4,500 and 5,000 people showed up there at that abortion facility.
This is encouraging to see pro-life advocates and people standing up for the unborn, show up on a Saturday, on a weekend, in all 50 states to protest Planned Parenthood.
Matt Barber: Mat, every Planned Parenthood in the United States of America should not be just defunded, it should be shut down, and the people who’ve been engaging in this infanticide, which we now, it’s been proven through the Center for Medical Progress’, these undercover videos, that they are birthing live children and executing them and dismembering them and selling their body parts.
You know, you have Cate Dyer, with one of the organizations that received…StemExpress that received these baby parts, saying, laughing and saying that it’s important that you make sure and shut the babies’ eyes before you ship, before you mail their heads across the country because it will freak people out when they open the packages to see this dead baby head looking at them…
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