If the Aurora Planned Parenthood site in the IL prairielands is ground zero, then the Denver Planned Parenthood site in the Mile High City is sky zero.
Last month, with a reporter in hot pursuit, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains was forced to come clean about its secret purchase of a city block of property and plans to break ground on a 50,000 square foot abortion mill this November
PP has admitted to several news outlets it went stealth with plans to build in Denver, Aurora, and Portland, OR, to avoid such pro-life boycotts as were undertaken at the Austin, TX, PP mill in 2003, which delayed its opening several months.
In Denver, pro-lifers are already realizing PP’s fears. Two weeks ago they conducted a lit drop in the African-American neighborhood of the proposed PP. Here is what an RH Reality Check columnist called a “lie-packed brochure.” Sorry, Jim, it was footnoted, although Jim is likely ticked because one of his inadvertently PP-damning columns is cited in it three times (click to enlarge):

And every weekend now, pro-lifers are picketing the home of Gary Meggison, senior vp of the Denver PP site’s general contractor, the Weitz Company. (Telephone: 303-860-6600, email: gary.meggison@weitz.com)
CORTL plans to picket Weitz’s office beginning tomorrow, which is rented space and should also bother its landlord and fellow tenants.
Which brings us to the latest pro-abort faux pas. For the contractor picket, CORTL had planned for a Truth Truck with an anti-PP sign to drive around the area.
But last Saturday night during CORTL’s annual banquet, someone stole this mobile billboard off the Truth Truck in the parking lot (click to enlarge):

The Rocky Mountain News reported yesterday that according to a witness, “a white male grabbed the 15-foot by 7-foot banner… put it in his car and drove away from the Denver Tech Center hotel where the banquet was being held.”
Problem is, that witness got the thief’s license plate number. Concluded RMN, “After the theft, a deputy drove several times by the home where the car was registered but no one was home, the sheriff said. An investigator will attempt again today.”
According to Leslie Hanks, CORTL vp, the thief has not yet been apprehended. But he will face felony charges, since the sign’s value is over $1,000.
It will be interesting to see who the thief is and if he is connected to PP of the Rocky Mountains.
Liberal Chicago Tribune columnist Eric Zorn wrote a piece today tying Aurora, Austin, and Denver together.

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