2018 is beating Planned Parenthood to a baby-hating pulp. Which may contain soy. Dangerous amounts of birth control. Stray cat hairs. Pure hatred. The usual ingredients of feminist potatoes.
Earlier this year we saw Cecile Richards abandon the sinking ship, tail tucked between her legs (see Scared? Cecile Richards to Exit Planned Parenthood as FBI Closes In). Now, surprise, more bad news is headed the abortionists’ way.
Feminists may want to stock up on Prozac and ice cream. Ready the safe spaces. The next few days are going to be rough. Nebraska is sticking it to Planned Parenthood in a huge way:
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a budget Wednesday that will eliminate federal family-planning funding to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland. The $8.8 billion two-year budget would prohibit money to facilities that commit, promote, or refer clients for abortions.
The budget also mandates health clinics in the state to legally, financially, and physically separate from abortion facilities.
“Nebraska is a pro-life state, so our budget should reflect our values. Any organization can have access to these dollars as long as they don’t provide abortions,” Ricketts said.
When it comes to Planned Parenthood, it’s always worth celebrating another nail in the p*ssy-hatted coffin. But before any feminist sewer beasts label this a war on women, allow me to direct thine eyes to this story: Evil Planned Parenthood Workers Admit Fetuses ARE People. Laugh About Killing Them…
The above story might sound familiar. That’s because it’s just one piece of a slew of proud fetal murder. There are plenty of other tales of feminist wrongdoings here. The light has been shone on abortion and now its practitioners are scattering in bloated roach fashion. Back to the shadows they go.
It’s worth noting, as the Governor said, any organizations actually serving women’s health can still have access to state funds. Just not while they’re dropkicking accident babies. If Planned Parenthood wants their money, it’s time to put away the rusty coat hangers. Maybe pick up group knitting instead.