Some of New York City’s high-end bakeries hosted a bake sale on Sunday for the abortion chain Planned Parenthood.
The women’s magazine Vogue promoted the abortion fundraiser to its readers this past weekend, and printed “three delicious recipes” for sweets being sold at the event.
Cafe Altro Paradiso and its pastry chef, Natasha Pickowicz, led the Planned Parenthood fundraiser, joined by restaurants Le Coucou, Del Posto, Gramercy Tavern, Le Bernardin, Morgenstern’s and Momofuku Milk Bar – some of the most celebrated restaurants in New York City.
Among the sweets sold to benefit America’s largest abortion provider were date and coconut cookies, cacio e pepe biscuits, and lemon teacakes. Vogue printed the recipes for the baked goods online.
“Just remember to give to Planned Parenthood, if you bake one of these treats at home,” Vogue lobbied.
But the money from these sweets turns bitter in the hands of Planned Parenthood. The abortion group aborts more than 300,000 unborn babies every single year, on average.
Planned Parenthood has been caught in numerous scandals involving Medicaid fraud and failures to report suspected sex trafficking and sexual abuse of minors. Former staff and patients said the abortion group often pushes women to abort their unborn babies, rather than consider parenting or adoption.
Abortion is Planned Parenthood’s top money-maker, but it also receives nearly half a billion taxpayer dollars from the federal government. A recent congressional investigation into the abortion business involving its sales of aborted baby parts concluded with lawmakers recommended that Congress defund it.
U.S. Congress is considering legislation to defund Planned Parenthood and redirect the money to community health centers. A recent survey found that community health centers not only provide more comprehensive health care than Planned Parenthood, excluding abortions, they also outnumber the abortion group’s facilities by more than 20 to one.
As LifeNews.com reported, President Donald Trump recently offered to increase Planned Parenthood’s taxpayer funding if it stopped aborting babies and focused on legitimate, non-abortion healthcare. Planned Parenthood refused.