Radio station WTOP in Washington, D.C., stopped airing a paid advertisement from a pro-life group. The ads by the Susan B. Anthony List were aimed at Congress, which is considering whether to stop sending taxpayer dollars to the nation’s largest abortion seller.
“One of the surest signs that a policy message like ours is effective is its opponents’ pushing to silence it,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser with SBA List. “Planned Parenthood speaks boldly of its pride in performing more abortions than any other entity in the United States and packaging the body parts of these abortion children for profitable use. These are the facts, however uncomfortable they may be for some to hear.”
Despite the setback, Dannenfelser says her group is not going away.
“We will continue to unveil and champion the truth about Planned Parenthood,” she said, “no matter what they and their allies do to suppress the reality behind their public masks.”