Their events page, where you can order these desserts to desert the unborn reads, “’Tis the season to indulge! Here’s a delicious way to whet your appetite while supporting Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon at the same time!”
Planned Parenthood loves to cash in on Christmas and Holiday spirit- but- that’s another story for another time which can be read here.
What’s the Scoop is donating 50% of presales to Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon, along with 10% of sales during the event – they entitle “Ice Cream for Planned Parenthood” taking place in their parlor on December 15th. What’s the Scoop is so in love with the abortion giant that they’ve prepared a limited-edition Bourbon Toffee Bread Pudding exclusively for the killer of babies in the womb!
The ice cream shop, owned by Jodie Ostrovsky, held a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon which they advertised on their Facebook page. What’s the Scoop promised to create a special flavor for Planned Parenthood. After the event was exposed the shop’s owner claimed she was receiving a ton of calls and negative posts on the Whats the Scoop Facebook page.
Apparently she was not deterred and is now getting into the holiday season by supporting Planned Parenthood again!
The story received much media attention after it was picked up by Life News. Then pro-abortion media outlets like the Huffington Post blamed the backlash on the fact that I called the new flavor: blood and scream.
Whats the Scoop’s owner responded to the controversy by stating, “ We’re proud to have supported Planned Parenthood, because they provide a much-needed service to women in our community and all over the country.”
Following all the flack, Planned Parenthood posted this thank you to What’s the Scoop on their Facebook page:
Apparently What’s the Scoop is happy that they helped finance the death of children which Planned Parenthood aborts — children who might have been future customers of their ice cream parlor!
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.