Palin: Planned Parenthood Targets Minority Women
Sarah Palin appeared on "The O'Reilly Factor" tonight to discuss the Planned Parenthood scandal and a controversial photo she posted to Facebook.
"Which symbol killed 90,000 black babies last year?" Palin wrote, adding a picture of a Confederate flag and the Planned Parenthood logo.
Palin told Bill O'Reilly that she posted the image to Facebook because it seems like people are more concerned with the Confederate flag controversy than Planned Parenthood's "barbaric practices."
"Planned Parenthood is in the business of finding targets," Palin stated, noting that 80 percent of Planned Parenthood clinics are in predominantly minority neighborhoods.
"It's tragic that they would make anybody ... feel that they're not capable enough and they're not able and supportive enough to go through 40 weeks of a pregnancy, in order to give their child life," Palin said. "It is not impossible - it's less than ideal in many circumstances - but it's not impossible to carry that baby, give it life."
Why do you think Planned Parenthood is targeting minority women? O'Reilly asked.
"Planned Parenthood is a bogus business. They're in it to make money ... They need to be shut down."
Watch the "Factor" clip above.
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