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Just three days before the world celebrates the birth of Christ, Planned Parenthood sent out an email urging Alaskans to make a New Year’s resolution to “slay the patriarchy.”

The largest abortion business in the state is taking time this holiday to lament its political losses, including the new rule by President Trump that pulled federal Title X funds from groups that provide or refer for abortions. Planned Parenthood refused to back out of killing unborn babies and has withdrawn from millions in federal dollars as a result.

“Dear Fearless Activists,” the email complained to supporters. “Over the past year, we’ve faced an unprecedented wave of outrageous attacks. We saw everything from federal cuts to Title X program (the Governor’s administration slashing the State of Alaska budget by more than 50%, to bans on abortion and attacks on our most vulnerable communities.”

In leu of extending a Merry Christmas, Planned Parenthood urged abortion supporters to be on the lookout for “more fights” in 2020 that might threaten its radical agenda of expanding abortion.

Planned Parenthood is holding a legislative kickoff meeting on Jan. 6, 6 p.m., at Anchorage’s Writer’s Block Bookstore and Café (3956 Spenard Rd.) The aim is to evaluate 2019 and strategize ways to implement its 2020 abortion agenda through “proactive legislation” in Alaska. According to the notice, this is a “family friendly” gathering with opportunities to ask questions and “get to know each other.” It might be interesting to be a fly on the wall. To RSVP, click here.

On the cusp of Christmas Planned Parenthood urges Alaskans to ‘slay the patriarchy’

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.