“We’re not going to ever step up to the plate and accept that health centers that mislead women should get any federal money,” Page said.
Page was, predictably, attacking prolife pregnancy centers. But if we take her at her word -- that what she really objects to is health centers misleading women, this would mean in practice, of course, that PP ought not to get any federal money.
Why not? What women did PP mislead? Well:
And let's not forget the hoax the perpetrated while trying to get CPCs defunded.
Et cetera ad nauseum.
Just to put it in a nutshell, let's look at the bottom line:
Women who died because they trusted Planned Parenthood: Edrica Goode, Diana Lopez, Holly Patterson, Vivian Tran, Nichole Williams, Andrea Corey, Sandra Kaiser, Elizabeth Tsuji
Women who died because they trusted prolife pregnancy centers:
So, I say again, if misleading women disqualifies one from receiving federal funding, Planned Parenthood needs to be on the top of the list. The most a CPC has been accused of is annoying women who are hell-bent on abortion. Planned Parenthood has actually caused their deaths. Which is the greater threat to women's well-being?
So! Let's welcome our newfound ally, abortion-embracing author Christina Page, aboard the de-fund Planned Parenthood bandwagon! Does anybody have any contact information?