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Washington Post gives ‘4 Pinocchios’ planned Parenthood President for false abortion claim

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Democrats back abortion at any stage of pregnancy.

The President of planned Parenthood has reported repeatedly for the dissemination of a false statement about the “thousands” of women died due to a lack of safe termination of pregnancy before the Roe v. Wade decision, the Washington Post on Wednesday.

“We will not go back in time to a time before Roe, when thousands of women died each year because they do not have access to basic health care,” said Dr. Leana Wen on MSNBC the “Morning Joe” last week.

Whom the same claims a few months ago in a radio interview and on Twitter made.

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In a fact-check piece, Glenn Kessler, the claim “Four Pinocchios,” writing, Who ‘s statements, a rating of” derived from data that are decades old.”

“Also, given the fuzzy nature of the data and estimates, there is no evidence that in the years immediately preceding the Supreme court decision that killed thousands of women each year in the United States from illegal abortions,” Kessler wrote, adding that abortion “hurt the cause” with such unproven allegations.

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He added that the information “exposed in 1969 — 50 years ago-of a statistician, celebrated by planned Parenthood,” and that the claim is based on statistics, before antibiotics were used, as serious complications were far more likely.

The American Civil Liberties Union and planned Parenthood filed a Federal lawsuit last week in an attempt to block Alabama’s strictest-in-the-nation ban on abortion, touching off a legal battle that could eventually land before the Supreme court.

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