Planned Parenthood Offended by Trump’s Baby Joke [VIDEO]

Written by Philip Hodges

At a campaign stop in Virginia, Donald Trump joked about a crying baby who was interrupting his speech. Was it a joke? You be the judge:

At any rate, whether it was a joke, or whether he was actually annoyed – and that was his attempt at making it look like a joke – isn’t the issue.

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Ironically, Planned Parenthood weighed in on the arguably rude gesture by the GOP nominee:

Do they seriously not see the irony? What in the world do they care about babies? They’re the largest abortion provider in the country. They make their living by killing babies – persons who have not yet been born. On top of that, they sell aborted baby parts. And they want to try to make a statement about how Trump obviously doesn’t want the baby vote?

If there were such a thing as the “baby vote,” do you think they’d support Planned Parenthood?

They’ve done this sort of thing before. Recently, in an attempt to declare their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, in light of officer-involved shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana, they tweeted out a link to an article entitled: “23 Everyday Actions Punishable by Death if You’re Black.”

In the image accompanying the link was a protester’s sign that read: “Stop Killing Black Children!” The sign’s message was flanked by handguns.

So, the message is that killing black children with guns is bad. Killing black children with abortion is perfectly acceptable. In fact, it’s a woman’s absolute, constitutional right that must remain as unregulated as possible.

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