Kansas Senator Compares Planned Parenthood to Nazi Death Camp after JEW Makes Donation in His Name


Once again I have to do a “antisemitic” post because a Jew stirred the pot with her trolling. Senator Steve Fitzgerald troller her right back, ironically using “Nazi” imagery on a Jew.


On March 8, Kansas Sen. Steve Fitzgerald fired off an ungrateful missive after receiving a thank you note from Planned Parenthood Great Plains. One of Fitzgerald’s constituents made a donation to the health care provider in the senator’s name, a donation he did not appreciate because, in his estimation, Planned Parenthood is on par with Dachau, the first death camp established in Nazi Germany.

“It is with great dismay that I received your letter that a donation was made in my ‘honor’ to your heinous organization,” Fitzgerald wrote Planned Parenthood Great Plains, in a letter the organization tweeted. “This is as bad — or worse — as having one’s name associated with Dachau.”

“Shame on your organization and shame on anyone that would attempt to blacken my name in this manner,” read Fitzgerald’s kicker.

The offending donation was made by Ali Weinel of Prairie Village, Kansas. She told the Kansas City Star she gave Planned Parenthood $25 in Fitzgerald’s name not “out of spite,” but because he had apparently offered unsatisfying responses to concerns she’d voiced about recent anti-abortion-rights legislation.

“I just was so angry and knew that the only way I could be less angry was if I made a difference,” she told the paper. “So that’s what I did.”

In an interview with the Kansas City Star, Fitzgerald doubled down on his statement.

“It was either send them that or ignore it,” Fitzgerald told the outlet. “I figured, I don’t want my name associated as a donation to Planned Parenthood, in my name, to go on undenounced by me.”

“I think the Nazis ought to be incensed by the comparison,” he said. “What I’m saying is, they’re both exterminating innocent human life.”

Fitzgerald has been a vocal supporter of his state’s legislation limiting abortion rights. In 2013, he threw his weight behind a “fetal personhood” bill that claimed life began at fetilization. It also obligated physicians to feed their patients medically inaccurate information about abortion’s potential risks and tightly restricted sex education curricula, especially on the copulation and contraception fronts.

“The human is a magnificent piece of work at all stages of development, wondrous in every regard, from the microscopic until full development,” was how Fitzgerald explained his support at the time, according to the Associated Press.

There are too many women with the name Ali Weinel to be able to post her picture. I will say that I have found weak evidence that she works in the medical field, possibly for Planned Parenthood, and that she looks like you would expect a feminist to look like.

In the meantime, until she puts her photo out for certain,this pic should do the trick.

11 thoughts on “Kansas Senator Compares Planned Parenthood to Nazi Death Camp after JEW Makes Donation in His Name

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  3. (((AOL))) states “Dachau, the first death camp established in Nazi Germany.”
    This is a lie. There was not one single death camp anywhere inside Germany and even nazi haters will agree. Dachau was a concentration camp, not a death camp Many people died there just as they die anywhere else, and most of the dead were not Jews. Dachau was not a holiday camp but it was not an extermination camp of any kind. it was no more a death camp that training be a US marine is Death Camp – the correct name is Boot Camp.

    “She told the Kansas City Star she gave Planned Parenthood $25 in Fitzgerald’s name”
    Surely this is illegal? The name could have been Donald Trump for example, to smear him. She was trying to smear the Senator. This looks like slander and or libel to me. Also possible tax fraud.

    Jews are full of hate and spite. When will they be held to account for these criminal actions? Planned Parenthood is worse than the Nazis by a long shot. 40 million Americans have been murdered in the past 40 years. This is a multiple of Hitlers best efforts in total even including wartime enemy killed in legal warfare. Also the 40 million were all tiny babies and Hitler did not murder babies. Hitler was against abortion.

      • I hope so but I believe most murdered babies would have been white. Many more blacks are on welfare than whites, in percentage terms. People on welfare do not care about more babies and often it makes them better off.

  4. Paladin, you must be have psychic abilities. Your graphic showing what you think this jewess looks like is positively occult. I had almost the same picture in my mind’s eye. Except, the jewess I pictured had dark features and was a little bit more sinister.

  5. BTW, it is great that a old, evil YT guy like this senator fought back and threw it in her face. Maybe our Trumpenfeuhrer is having a positive effect on evil YT fighting back.

      • I looked at all the pics of women with that name. They all looked like Jews. The fat one that I think is the woman who sent the money looks dodgy to me. I think the commenter is a troll. I keep getting more and more trolls that I send to the trash due to semi-threatening comments and otherwise nasty remarks. His comment is acceptable even though I doubt it’s true.

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