Planned Parenthood Has Killed 6,803,782 Babies in Abortions

National   Micaiah Bilger   Oct 17, 2016   |   6:10PM    Washington, DC

Planned Parenthood has the number in its own annual reports, but no one will ever hear abortion chain speak about it.

It’s 6,803,782 – the number of the unborn babies’ lives who the abortion chain has destroyed in its 100-year history.

CNS News came to that total after tallying up the abortion numbers from Planned Parenthood’s annual reports between 1978 and 2014. The number likely is even higher. The abortion chain was doing abortions prior to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Roe v. Wade in 1973. For example, three years earlier, Planned Parenthood began doing abortions in New York state after it legalized the deadly procedure, according to CNS. It is unknown how many babies were aborted during those three years.

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According to the report:

Only estimates can be made on how many abortions Planned Parenthood performed at its clinics in the early 1970s, even in the first few years following the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.

But for the years 1978 through 2014, the numbers are available. The numbers range from 70,000 abortions in the first annual report (from 1978) to 323,999 abortions reported in the 2014-15 annual report, the latest available, for “medical services” from Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014.

Some of the early reports did not have exact totals. In 1978, Planned Parenthood reported doing “about 70,000” abortions and in 1979 “almost 67,000,” according to the research.

The reports show that Planned Parenthood’s abortion business has more than doubled in the past 20 years, going from 133,289 abortions in 1994 to 323,999 abortions in 2014. The highest abortion year was 2011 when Planned Parenthood reported doing 333,964 abortions.

The numbers are shocking, especially with the knowledge that every single one represents a unique human life. Most of the unborn babies who were aborted probably had heartbeats, and every one had his/her own unique DNA. Every one of those unborn babies was a human being who deserved a right to life.

Planned Parenthood celebrated its 100th birthday on Sunday; but because of its work, at least 6,803,782 unborn babies never got the chance to celebrate theirs.

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