Planned Parenthood Federation of America has released it 2011-2012 annual report, and the numbers aren’t pretty.
The actual reporting period was October 2010 through September 2011. During this time Planned Parenthood murdered 333,964 babies.
Coincidentally, when I checked the census of U.S. cities to provide perspective, the one with the population closest to the number of babies PP killed is Aurora, Colorado, where a gunman massacred 12 people in a movie theater last July.
Aurora’s population is 332,354. In one year’s time Planned Parenthood massacred as many people as who live in this 56th most populated city in America.
This brings the total number of babies Planned Parenthood has killed since it began keeping records to almost 6 million: 5,983,022, to be exact – 2/3 of the population of New York City, and over two times the population of Chicago.
Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood received a record amount of tax dollars: $542.4 million, up from $538.5 mil in 2010-11 and $487.4 mil in 2009-2010. Forty-five percent – almost half of PP’s income – now comes from you and me. Click to enlarge….
Private contributions to Planned Parenthood took a small drip, from $318.7 mil the year before to $307.5 mil. This figure comes prior to the Komen debacle and “war on women” meme, so I expect a huge jump in this area next year.
Susan B. Anthony List as issued a one-page fact sheet on PP’s latest annual report. SBA List noted:
· Planned Parenthood reported a total of three million clients in 2011, meaning that 11% of all Planned Parenthood clients received an abortion.
· In 2011, abortions made up 92% of Planned Parenthood’s pregnancy services, while prenatal care and adoption referrals accounted for only 7% (28,674)* and 0.6% (2,300), respectively. For every adoption referral, Planned Parenthood performed 145 abortions.
· Cancer screening & prevention services and contraceptive services provided by Planned Parenthood continue to drop. Contraceptive services have dropped by 12% since 2009, and cancer screening & prevention services have dropped by 29%.
* In 2010 PP changed how it reported prenatal care from the number of “clients” to the number of “services,” ostensibly to puff up their numbers. So these figures aren’t necessarily comparing apples to apples. Assuredly the number of PP’s prenatal clients was far fewer than its services. When American Life League noted PP’s bookkeeping change last year, it determined each of PP’s clients was receiving 5.76 “services.” This means PP actually saw ~4,978 prenatal patients, although for what I don’t know. PP does not deliver babies.