Planned Parenthood Says Women Can’t be Doctors, Nurses, Veterans or Musicians

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Apr 7, 2015   |   5:47PM   |   Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business tripped over its own phony “war on women” rhetoric today on twitter when it had a meltdown tweeting out a series of attacks on pro-life Senator Rand Paul, who announced his Republican campaign for president today.

Attempting to portray Paul as anti-woman because of his pro-life voting record on abortion, Planned Parenthood essentially said women can’t be doctors, nurses, veterans or musicians.

The abortion business listed a series of campaign images the Paul campaign released that people can use as avatars for their Twitter account. The campaign listed those professions along with slogans like “Musician for Rand,” or “Catholic for Rand” or others that allow Americans to show their support for his campaign. But Planned Parenthood’s tweet makes it look like “Nurses for Rand” or “Doctors for Rand” could never apply to women.

Leading pro-life advocates on Twitter let Planned Parethood have it:



The backlash against Planned Parenthood was so strong the abortion business was forced to send out another attempt at making Paul seem anti-woman.

But pro-lifers noticed the backpeddling.