Undercover Sting Operation by Pro-Life Students at UCLA Finds That Planned Parenthood Is Prepared to Accept Donations From Racists

A pro-life journal edited by students at the University of California at Los Angeles conducted an undercover sting operation of Planned Parenthood development centers in seven different states. An actor working on behalf of the editors of The Advocate called Planned Parenthood offices in seven states. The actor posed as a racist donor who wanted to provide funds to help “lower the number of black people.”

One tape released by the journal has the actor saying “the less black kids out there, the better.” The Planned Parenthood official told the caller his position was “understandable,” and went on to say she was excited to process his donation. A Planned Parenthood official in Ohio told the racist donor that the organization “will accept the money for whatever reason.”

All seven Planned Parenthood offices contacted by the journal willingly accepted the pledge from the actor posing as a white supremacist. The tapes show that no Planned Parenthood office voiced any objection to the racism expressed by the caller.

The Advocate wants UCLA to end its relationship with Planned Parenthood. The editors of the journal believe that the university should provide more resources for pregnancy counseling rather than steering students to an organization which the editors believe encourages women to have abortions.