In the 1980s, the popular heavy metal band Megadeth released its debut album called “Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good!”The band’s name and album title would be fitting for the Planned Parenthood abortion business and the enormous salaries its CEOs make.
The pro-life group STOPP prepared a report looking into the abortion business further and found that the CEOs of the national Planned Parenthood organization as well as its local affiliates are literally making a killing aborting babies.
According to the report, the salaries of Planned Parenthood’s highest-paid officers total more than $4 million — at $4,144,055 collectively. The average salary for one of the top employees at Planned Parenthood is $345,338 and the salary of its CEO, Cecile Richards, has increased 40 percent since 2011. here is the list of top officers at Planned Parenthood and how much they make:
The salaries of local abortion affiliates are high as well — and these people are those who more directly run the abortion centers planned Parenthood operates:
Not only do Planned Parenthood executives make big bucks, their salaries are increasing year after year:
The Planned Parenthood Federation of America abortion business released its annual report in December covering its activities for 2014 and the abortion company indicated it killed 323,999 babies in abortions. Meanwhile, while the abortion corporation bills itself as a health care provider it provided health care to fewer patients in 2014 than the year before.
All of this comes at a time when Planned Parenthood is under heavy criticism for selling the body parts of aborted babies — and it has been exposed in 11 undercover videos doing so.
The newest annual report shows the number of abortions done at Planned Parenthood centers fell from 327,653 to 323,999, but a representative of a national pro-life group says the numbers still make Planned Parenthood the largest abortion business in the nation, by far.
“Although this may seem to be a small drop, it continues a trend of Planned Parenthood’s decreasing abortion business,” said Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League. “This year’s number is the lowest number of annual abortions at Planned Parenthood since 2007.”
The decrease in the number of abortions isn’t due to a lowered commitment to make a profit from ending the lives of unborn children in abortions. It appears to be a part of a bigger problem: Planned Parenthood is having an increasingly difficult time getting customers of any kind through its doors.
The 2,500,000 patients Planned Parenthood saw in 2014 is the lowest annual number reported by Planned Parenthood since 1998. A quick look at the numbers contained in its report shows that the number of “services” PP provided to its customers fell from 10,590,333 in 2013 to 9,455,582 in 2014. This represents an 11 percent drop in services provided by Planned Parenthood.
So while Planned Parenthood’s numbers are declining, the abortion business still pays its executives top dollar.