When I refer to abortion as the sacrament of the culture of death, I’m sure there are people who scoff. If so, take a listen to the language used by the new head of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, Melaney Linton. From LifeNews.com:

“I am honored and humbled to be entrusted with such a sacred duty…I pledge to do everything in my power to fight back against the ideological attacks on Planned Parenthood and women, so that no teen will ever say she didn’t know how she got pregnant, no one will ever be denied basic reproductive health care, and no woman will ever be forced to bear children she cannot adequately support.”

The “sacred duty” line is from the PPGC web site. According to Texas Right to Life, it may be a duty that has been performed with, shall we say, criminal zeal:

Karen Reynolds, who worked at the Lufkin, Texas location from 1999 to 2009, has submitted company emails and memos to both the Texas and United States Attorneys General as evidence that Gulf Coast overbilled Medicaid, Title XX, and the Women’s Health Program, and even altered patient records in order to submit false bills.

Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has a total of 12 facilities in Texas and Louisiana, including the largest abortion facility in America–“Prevention Park”—which is a seven-story, 76,000 square foot abortuary located in Houston, Texas.

If Reynold’s accusation is true, the crime will disqualify Gulf Coast from ever again receiving government grants.  Such an outcome would be a victory for Texas taxpayers, women, and unborn children.

Planned Parenthood: sacrificing children to Moloch (and profit) since 1973.