I Debated a Pro-Abortion Politician Who Loves Planned Parenthood. Here’s What Happened

Opinion   |   Ryan Bomberger   |   Apr 13, 2017   |   3:32PM   |   Washington, DC

Most Americans should know by now that NPR stands for National Prochoice Radio. They rarely ever try to appear objective on abortion. This week, I was given the opportunity to debate the president of Planned Parenthood Maryland (PPM) on NPR affiliate WAMU on The Kojo Nnamdi Show.

I was excited about the prospect of an actual debate with a Planned Parenthood executive. They tend to avoid any challenge to their media-regurgitated, unsubstantiated talking points. Well, that chance was quickly aborted the evening before the interview. Planned Parenthood backed out, it seems because they didn’t want to debate a factivist.

So Planned Parenthood-endorsed Maryland Delegate Kathleen Dumais (D), who has a 100% rating with the abortion org, stepped in. She had her piles of papers and prepared talking points in front of her.

I had facts.

And this is what happened…

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