Until now, there has been no one place for the general public to go to keep track of what Planned Parenthood does, the services it has provided, and how much tax money from all its sources of income goes into the abortion giant's coffers.
"For the last year we developed a system to get as much detailed information as we could that was publicly accessible on government reports and their own reports on how many abortions does Planned Parenthood do, what other types of services they might do, and how much taxpayer funding is going to Planned Parenthood to support those businesses," The Family Research Council's Connor Semelsberger tells American Family News about America's Direct Deposit to Planned Parenthood.
He says the information could be useful to a lot of people.
"First for the layperson that just is trying to get a handle on what is Planned Parenthood, how do they work, what is their mission, and when you hear about Margaret Sanger, what does all that mean," Semelsberger continues. "So it's to tell the story of what is Planned Parenthood's true identity and how to respond when you're talking with folks trying to understand what Planned Parenthood is and why we say so much in the pro-life community that they are the largest abortion business in our country."
He adds that lawmakers can and should also make use of the information, especially in their policy positions.