Public records reveal Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, who endorsed infanticide as a form of abortion on Wednesday, received almost $2 million in campaign contributions from Planned Parenthood.
Research reveals nearly $2 million in campaign contributions from the taxpayer funded pro-abortion group Planned Parenthood sent to Northam, who endorsed a bill that would allow new mothers to determine whether they wanted to keep a child after delivery, essentially legalizing infanticide.
Northam received $1.996 million from Planned Parenthood Virginia over the course of five years, with most of the donations coming in during his 2017 election campaign. These include massive cash injections of $338,852, $278,247, $255,641, and other similar amounts in the final days before the election.
Planned Parenthood claims it is a woman’s health clinic focusing on prenatal care, but an author claims it admitted last year that it is “paid to do abortions” in a new book.
Loudon recounted a story about calling a Missouri Planned Parenthood and asking is she could send a picture of her family for the staff to keep on file, in case any expectant mother would consider adopting out her child.
“We are not in the business of adoptions,” a staffer told her. “I suggest if you want an adoption, you call an adoption clinic. We are paid to do abortions.”
Loudon and her family continued their quest to find a Down syndrome child to adopt, and contacted an adoption agency to ask why there were seemingly no Down syndrome children available for adoption anywhere.
“They’re all aborted today,” one official told her. “Genetic testing has made it so that the only people having babies with Down syndrome are those who decided to keep (the baby) even after they know.”
The shocking infusion of Planned Parenthood cash to Northam’s campaign may suggest why he gleefully endorsed the Virginia bill that would have made it legal for untrained individuals to perform abortions, and would have legalized the murder of children after their birth.
After the horrifying bill and Northam’s statement became national news, the bill was defeated, with Virginia officials pledging it would never be voted on or even make it out of its subcommittee.