Planned Parenthood Bribes Reporters With Gifts of “Emergency Chocolate” for Christmas

National   Micaiah Bilger   Dec 29, 2015   |   4:04PM    Washington, DC

Planned Parenthood sure knows how to keep journalists on its side.

This month, the abortion giant apparently sent a holiday gift bag with “Emergency Chocolate” and other goodies to reporters who paint its abortion business in a positive light.

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Sarah Kliff, deputy managing editor for Vox and former Washington Post reporter who covers abortion and health issues, tweeted a photo of her Planned Parenthood gift bag on Monday.

It’s interesting that Kliff would tweet about the gift. Most news outlets have a policy that does not allow journalists to accept gifts because of the appearance of bias. This is not the first time Kliff has accepted gifts from Planned Parenthood. In 2013, Planned Parenthood sent Kliff and other reporters chocolate in the shape of birth control. Kliff’s twitter feed lit up with responses Monday as journalists and pro-life advocates called out her bias and the abortion giant’s bribery:

Kliff appears to be one of Planned Parenthoods go-to reporters when they want a good story. After the Center for Medical Progress began releasing its videos, Kliff wrote a story about watching “all 12 hours” of unedited footage. The problem was that, at the time, more than 17 hours of footage had been released, Katie Yoder wrote for LifeNews.

That didn’t stop Kliff from attacking pro-life Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, who spoke out strongly against Planned Parenthood’s practice of selling aborted babies’ body parts. Kliff has had her troubles in the biased department before.

When the trial of notorious Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell was going on, pro-life advocate @MZHemingway asked the Washington Post reporter why she wasn’t covering the Gosnell story. “WaPo health policy reporter @SarahKliff has 80+ site hits on Akin/Fluke/Komen and zero on Gosnell? Would love an explanation,” Hemingway tweeted.

Kliff replied, “Hi Molly – I cover policy for the Washington Post, not local crime, hence why I wrote about all the policy issues you mention.” On Monday, several pro-lifers also remembered Kliff’s obvious bias about the Gosnell trial:

After the Gosnell trial began to make national headlines, Kliff was forced to take back her words. She wrote: “When I described the case of abortion provider Kermit Gosnell on Twitter last week as a local crime story, I was clearly wrong. The egregious and horrifying crimes committed in the physician’s West Philadelphia abortion clinic have become a matter of national attention.”

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Kliff’s bias toward the abortion giant is clear, but we may never know how many other reporters also are accepting Planned Parenthood’s bribes.

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