Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Here's a story of how Planned Parenthood sent in one of their "chaplains" (a fellow who is also a member of the abortion conglomerate's "Clergy Advisory Board") from Washington State to Mississippi in order to oppose a pro-life measure that was on the ballot. But in order to more effectively influence Mississippi citizens, people who tend to be much more conservative in their religion than where Rev. Vincent Lachina hails from, he claimed in public speeches to be a Southern Baptist minister.
Uh, hold on. He's not. In fact, he's anything but.
And when the evidence showing Lacina's malicious manipulation came up, Planned Parenthood moved (as they frequently do with other uncomfortable facts) to cover it up.
Here's more including a video clip of the apostate minister in action.