Penn State Clearly Has Nothing on Planned Parenthood

In the news of late we have been hearing of the well deserved firings of Penn State president Graham Spanier and Coach Paterno for having swept under the rug the child molestations by Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky. A horrible crime and travesty against a great school’s reputation and, more importantly, the victims and their family. These men, along with two others who were charged with not notifying authorities, knew what was going on and decided to turn a blind eye as if it were no big deal what was being done to the young boys. It was a messy, embarrassing, bad for business situation that no one wanted to step up to the plate to take care of. It will go away, I can imagine they had figured would happen. Just keep it hushed.

From Jill Stanek’s must read Op-Ed, Everybody’s mad about Penn State, but Planned Parenthood abuse cover-up is A-ok?:

These crimes are “alleged” because there is no evidence. There is only testimony from former victims and eye-witnesses.

Yet mainstream media is aghast. According to

[T]he preponderance of evidence against Sandusky in this case arguably makes this the most rational and well-thought-out (not to mention, if true, deserved) tar-and-feathering the national media has ever been part of.

Government officials are also aghast. Only one day after Republican U.S. Congressman Patrick Meehan called for a federal investigation of Penn State for potentially violating mandated reporting laws, the Department of Education announced it was launching just such an investigation.

Here’s the hypocrisy, that Jill Stanek has pointed out in her piece: no one is saying a word about the same lawlessness going on by Planned Parenthood who should be reporting to the authorities when an underage girl has been raped or molested ending up in a pregnancy that is soon to be aborted.  Maybe that the pregnancy is about to be no more that there’s no need to report the crime-no evidence for proof of the crime other than the young girl’s word, and she, most likely, would clam up out of fear if faced with a police investigation or having to give account to her parents. It will never be found out, they probably figured. Just keep it hushed.

Americans United for Life has cited numerous instances of cover-ups in their report calling for the investigation of Planned Parenthood. Jill Stanek has listed several of them in her article which includes not reporting the molestations of underage girls, not reporting sexual assaults, not giving parental notification prior to the abortion procedure, not reporting incest, and not reporting child sex trafficking. Planned Parenthood reveals what their number one concern is: money. It isn’t one damned bit about women’s health issues. If it were then Planned Parenthood would have reported these crimes of which, having gone unreported, some of the perverts kept on raping the same underage victim again and again. One instance of cover-up meant that a 15 year old girl had to endure more of the 41 year old kidnapper’s raping of her while she was kept locked up under the stairs in his home.  She was taken in for an abortion one time and after the abortion that was the end of that. No counseling. No asking about what had happened. No giving her parents notification concerning her coming in for an abortion. No getting to the bottom of the reason for being pregnant and by whom. No care of her well-being whatsoever!

Here’s the thing with sweeping such crimes against children under the rug; the same crime gets repeated until the pervert is caught, if he ever is. As happened with not reporting Sandusky to authorities in the beginning of his molesting young boys, one victim turned into many victims. By their purposeful ignorance, Planned Parenthood gives their blessing to the criminal just because its good for business. And that, for this abortion mill organization, is a lucrative business. Greed is, once again, shown to be evil and taking precedence above any human right, born and unborn.

hattip: Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life. She blogs at

14 responses

  1. With liberals and abortion supporters it’s not the crime that really matters, it’s who is committing the crime. ~Jill Stanek


  2. ‘Abortion doula’ founder admits: ‘those pictures pro-life activists flash are real’
    by John Jalsevac

    It isn’t hard to see why abortion supporters might want to write off the images as fake: the graphic images are devastating. Faced with the body of a dead and mutilated baby, you must make a choice.

    Of course, a graphic picture of an abortion isn’t necessarily a 100% foolproof way to back an abortion supporter into a corner. Instead of facing the truth and making a choice for or against, they may simply choose to deny that the truth is the truth: in other words, deny that the picture of the abortion is really a picture of an abortion.

    But in the age of the ultrasound and brutally honest abortion activists like Mary Mahoney, who confess themselves perfectly content with crushed heads if that’s what it takes to protect a woman’s “right to choose,” denying the truth of the pictures is becoming an increasingly untenable position to hold.


      1. There are now words for the sadness this invokes

        people who endorse this should be made to watch – to look and SEE what it is



  3. President Barack Obama’s Pro-Abortion Record: A Pro-Life Compilation

    He surrounds himself with pro-death-in-the-womb people. Like attracts like. Pro-deathers don’t like pro-lifers anymore than cockroaches like the light.


  4. Cowardice and Collusion at Penn State

    What can possibly account for such apathy and inaction in the face of the victimization of young children? Have we become so consumed with our own self interest, with the interest of our institutions, that we can just ignore the victims of these human tragedies? Have we become so jealous of our own “comfort zones,” that we’d rather see a child rapist walk free than take the trouble to get involved? What does that say about us as individuals? As a culture?

    …It is a sad testament to the character of the Penn State organization and its students that the main concern expressed in the immediate aftermath of these revelations has been the fate of Coach Paterno’s football legacy. Where are the protests on behalf of the victims? Where are the tar and feathers? Where are the adults who were supposed to protect our children? The apathy and self-centeredness that has been exposed here is breathtaking and should cause us to engage in serious moral and spiritual introspection.


  5. Planned Parenthood: Agent of Destruction

    There is one major difference between the Planned Parenthood of today and that of Margaret Sanger’s time: Margaret Sanger was brutally honest about her disregard for the unborn, while contemporary abortion advocates hide behind the language of “choice” in order to disguise the ugly reality of what they advocate. Unfortunately, this campaign of misdirection has been wildly successful. Many women instinctively rally behind a woman’s “right to choose,” without giving much thought to the reality behind the choice at issue. In the abortion debate, we aren’t talking about choosing between chocolate or vanilla, fried or scrambled, with fries or without. We are talking about choosing whether a baby will live or die, whether we will kill it or give it life, whether we will destroy or protect an innocent child.


    1. Planned Parenthood preys on the fear and ignorance of women faced with unplanned pregnancies as a means of advancing their twisted worldview. Instead of celebrating life as a blessing, even when unplanned, Planned Parenthood’s operatives peddle the myth that pregnancy and parenthood is some kind misogynistic social construct used to keep women dependent and servile. They tell women that the right to choose abortion is a right intricately tied to their female identity, rather than a betrayal of a sacred duty bestowed by the author of the universe. They tell women that choosing abortion is an empowering decision, not one that can impact future fertility and inflict emotional and psychological scars that last a lifetime.


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