A recent article, written by TCA’s Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, explains why Planned Parenthood lost in Georgia’s special election, too.

The race was between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel. The tax-subsidized abortion corporation stood behind the pro-abortion democrat and invested $735,000. Meanwhile, Ossoff ran attack ads against Handel that slammed her for cutting off funding for Planned Parenthood. Ossoff claimed that Handel took money away from women that would be used for cancer screenings and breast exams.  Thanks in part to these events, the public became aware that the corporation does some cancer screening, but that abortion is its bread and butter.

Voters viewing the attack ad probably sympathized with Handel and hoped to send her “defund Planned Parenthood” attitude up to Washington, D.C. where it can do some good.

Read more here.