Southwest Ohio’s Deadly Abortion Business Gets a New Leader

In 2022, Planned Parenthood on Auburn Ave. in Cincinnati killed 3,129 pre-born children.

According to the most recent national annual report by Planned Parenthood, the profitable business that also receives tax dollars, nationally committed 392,715 abortions in their 2022-23 fiscal year. In their busiest year yet, Planned Parenthood killed 40% of the pre-born babies in America that lose their lives to poisoning, suffocation and dismemberment.

All other services at these abortion businesses, fell signifigantly in the 2022-23 fiscal year. For every adoption referral at a Planned Parenthood, 228 abortions are committed.

Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio has named Nan Whaley their new CEO as of July 1. A University of Dayton graduate, former two-term mayor of Dayton, and the Democrat candidate for Governor in 2022, Nan has a passion for promoting abortion. During the 2022 Ohio race for governor, Nan Whaley was endorsed by abortion advancing groups such as EMILY’s List, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio, and Pro-Choice Ohio. At one point during her governor primary race against Cincinnati’s former mayor, John Cranley, she accused him of not being “pro-choice enough.”

In her Planned Parenthood acceptance statement, Nan remarked, “As a haven to surrounding states like Kentucky, Tennessee and across the southeast, following the passage of Issue 1, sustainability and expanding our capacity is a top priority.”

Each week, six or more cartons filled with the crushed bodies of babies are hauled away from Planned Parenthood on Auburn Ave. The babies are taken for incineration in Indiana. Nan wants more.

As predicted by Cincinnati Right to Life and other groups who fought against Issue 1, Planned Parenthood boasted in their announcement about increasing the killing: “Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region is focusing on expansion in its newfound role as a haven state and the first point of access for patients in need of abortion coming from the South following Florida’s six-week ban.”

Laura Strietmann, Executive Director of Cincinnati Right to Life shared, “Nan Whaley will be managing a business that continues their founder Margaret Sanger’s legacy, dismembering and discarding three times as many black babies as white babies. This racism goes on right here in Cincinnati in a building formerly named for their eugenicist founder Margaret Sanger. The expansion plan for this killing facility was predicted by all organizations who fought so bravely against abortion becoming enshrined in Ohio’s Constitution last fall. Cincinnati Right to Life will continue to advocate for the least among us and their mothers. Women deserve better than abortion.”

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