Last week, we saw an encouraging step for protecting babies: The House voted to stop funding Planned Parenthood for the next year. However, next it has to pass the Senate, with its last stop being at the President's door. And he has vowed to veto it.
But Franklin Graham has strong words for the President, and it's not the first time. (You may recall how he publicly blasted him for lighting up the White House in rainbow colors to celebrate the Supreme Court's ruling.)
Here, in his latest Facebook post, Graham writes:
After much heated and emotional debate, on Friday the House passed the Defund Planned Parenthood Act. This is a great step. The bill stops government funding of Planned Parenthood for at least the next year—to the tune of around $500 million annually—while Congress investigates the allegations against them including selling baby body parts. I’m thankful that those supporting this bill stood firm. It still has to pass the Senate, so we need to continue to pray. President Obama has said he will veto the bill—if he does, it will be at his own peril and the blood of those children who are butchered at Planned Parenthood will be on his hands.
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