Planned Parenthood Sent Valentine’s Day Condoms to Legislators With a Threat: “Don’t F— With Us”

State   Steven Ertelt   Feb 19, 2020   |   11:24AM    Sacramento, CA

The Planned Parenthood abortion chain thought it was being cute by “celebrating” Valentine’s Day by sending condoms to state lawmakers in California. But the condoms had a message that legislators found threatening: “Don’t f— with us.”

The “goody bags” the abortion giant sent to California legislators contained condoms with this message: “Roses are Red, Violets are blue, Planned Parenthood promotes safe sex, Now your office can too…”

But legislators and others found the packages offensive, in part because children often visit their offices — sometimes on official school trips to learn about the legislature. They said children should not be exposed to an encouragement to have sex.

However, they also had another concern and that is the threatening message on the condoms themselves:

Several Capitol employees including Sen. Grove said the statement on the condom appeared to be a threat. Indeed, “Don’t f*ck with us” isn’t mincing words.

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Imagine if an elected Senator or Assemblymember gave this “goody bag” to a member of his or her staff.

Others said in the era of #MeToo and hypersensitivity to sexual harassment, this “goody bag” and condoms appears to condone workplace sexual relationships.

A woman on Facebook replied to Sen. Grove: “this ‘Valentine’ looks a lot like sexual harassment. Can you imagine getting that from a coworker, neighbor, or relative? I think this should be challenged as sexual harassment. This is not acceptable and Planned Parenthood should be held accountable. With all of the #me too pandering they do, it’s time their actions be exposed more and more. Glad you’re getting the word out.”

Ultimately, Planned Parenthood’s stunt is not endearing anyone to its abortion agenda.