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SBA tells Planned Parenthood to
return $80M in stimulus funds

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Posted By: StormCnter, 5/23/2020 3:05:58 PM

Planned Parenthood affiliates applied for and received $80 million in loans from the Paycheck Protection Program and now the Small Business Administration wants the money back because they should have been aware they are not eligible for the funds, according to a report. The SBA is reaching out to the 37 affiliates to explain they are ineligible because they are affiliates of Planned Parenthood, which has more than 500 employees, Fox News reported Tuesday. Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the nation’s largest abortion provider, has more than 600 employees.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 5/23/2020 3:28:27 PM (No. 419933)
Pay us back!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Lawsy0 5/23/2020 3:33:30 PM (No. 419937)
Don't hold your breath.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Illinois Mom 5/23/2020 3:39:12 PM (No. 419941)
Beside the fact that they get way too much funding to begin with...I thought that these SB loans were to allow businesses to continue to pay employees during the shutdown. PP's "essential services" were not shut down. They were given the go-ahead to keep on killing babies while vital tests, procedures and surgeries were deemed "elective." Who know what the final death toll will be from that decision? Speaking of death...Tucker had a great segment on the man (and woman) made debacle in NY, NJ, PA and MI nursing homes and the general culture of death and "expendable" human beings in the world today. He had a professor on who he has had on before, who was so wonderful and clear in his message. Maybe we can create a silver lining this dark cloud that hangs over us in this pandemic by highlighting these atrocities and demanding that it end. The very group of younger people who are so callous about the unborn, the infirm, and the elderly, will be the ones who will be "eliminated" first in their Socialist Utopia,
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Reply 4 - Posted by: padiva 5/23/2020 3:47:34 PM (No. 419947)
Just take it out of future funding.....and add penalties for the false applications. That should eliminate funding for about 10 years. Let them survive on donations rather than expecting the US Treasury to keep them afloat.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Timber Queen 5/23/2020 4:26:57 PM (No. 419969)
#4 - Perhaps that "doctor" in one of the baby parts videos can sell her Lamborghini.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 5/23/2020 4:40:56 PM (No. 419976)
How about a $10 million penalty for fraud?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: joew9 5/23/2020 5:03:50 PM (No. 419989)
Won't happen.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Troutgreen 5/23/2020 5:24:08 PM (No. 420007)
They go to work every day so they can kill as many babies as possible. You think they're gonna tremble and start crying when some pajama boy bureaucrat sends them a dunning letter? Good luck with that, SBA.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Saint. Pitbull 5/23/2020 6:01:22 PM (No. 420033)
This should be considered grand larceny and possibly some securities laws violations. Throw the people in jail and make them stand trial. And then prosecute them to the fullest. May want to shut their facilities down until it's over, too.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: anniebc 5/23/2020 9:28:53 PM (No. 420132)
And, we want to see receipts!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: JimBob 5/24/2020 12:41:59 AM (No. 420219)
I can't shake the feeling that the various 'Rat organizations knew just what was in the bill as it was being written by their lobbyists. The word was out..... and as soon as the law was signed, their crooked lawyers jumped in to scoop up as much of the CASH as possible.
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