Leading pro-abortion group NARAL has received national media attention for making the wild-eyed assertion that crisis pregnancy centers, which offer abortion alternatives to women, are conducting false advertising campaigns on Google.
The group claims 79% of pregnancy center ads are deceptive or misleading and it unleashed a huge media campaign this week claiming Google has banned or taken down many pregnancy center ads, though those claims appear to have been vastly overstated.
While the pro-abortion side claims pregnancy centers are deceptive, it appears the Planned Parenthood abortion business is the one trying to snow women looking for pregnancy support and assistance. When conducting a Google search on the term “crisis pregnancy center” it appears Planned Parenthood is the one guilty of false advertising, as the first result under the search is a paid ad for the abortion business:
Planned Parenthood almost never provides help or support for pregnancy for women, since it is merely an abortion business. According to its own figures from its annual report:
- In 2012,abortions made up 93.8% of Planned Parenthood’s pregnancy services, while prenatal care and adoption referrals accounted for only 5.6% (19,506) and 0.6% (2,197), respectively. For every adoption referral, Planned Parenthood performed 149 abortions.
- Prenatal care services have dropped 32% in one year, and 52% since 2009. Adoption referrals are also down 4.5% in one year.
Why does Planned Parenthood not provide actual pregnancy support for women, and just offers abortions? Money.
- During fiscal year 2012-2013, Planned Parenthood reported receiving $540.6 million in taxpayer funding, or nearly $1.5 million per day.
- Planned Parenthood reported $58.2 million in excess revenue, and more than $1.3 billion in net assets.