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Saturday, April 29, 2017

AP ignores Obama corruption

David Crary of the Associated Press missed the point entirely in his piece, "Trump names anti-abortion leader to high post at HHS."

The story focused on Charmaine Yoest's success as president of Americans United for Life in getting legislators to restrict abortion to the first half of a pregnancy (which is the standard for Western countries).

But Crary missed the revolving door of lobbying by another Barack Obama administrator, as Yoest's predecessor --  Kevin Griffis -- who went from an agency that oversees hundreds of millions in payments to Planned Parenthood to becoming vice president of communications for Planned Parenthood.

Instead, we got this:
The appointment was assailed by abortion-rights groups.
"Charmaine Yoest has spent her whole professional life opposing access to birth control and a woman's right to a safe, legal abortion," said Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood. "While President Trump claims to empower women, he is appointing government officials who believe just the opposite.
Corruption is such a way of life in the capital that it rivals Port-au-Prince, Haiti -- except the numbers are bigger. Way bigger.

By the way, Yoest should do a good job.

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  1. And the capitol doesn't have UN peacekeepers doing violence to the local women.

  2. Remember, all this is just a ploy. Trump is really a liberal Democrat. Heh.

  3. How many abortions are of girls? I'll bet that number is NOT to be found.