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October 01, 2015
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Rep. Jason Chaffetz showed Planned Parenthood's CEO a completely illogical graph to try and trip her up this week. Well, we also did no research and made some more graphs!

Planned Parenthood’s CEO Cecile Richards sat before Congress this week and was asked to defend her organization against the smear videos showing doctors selling fetal parts. During this hearing Rep. Jason Chaffetz showed her this chart and asked that she explain it.

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Anyone with a fifth grade education level can look at this and immediately recognize that 327,000 is less than 935,573 and therefore ought to be below it on the chart.

But that inconvenient fact ruins the fun of trying to trick Cecile Richards by providing her with nonsensical data! For those of you interested in continuing to do that and would like some more illogical graphs to use for your anti-abortion argument, look no further!


Going into the holidays and need a solid visual to throw at your left-wing “liberal arts loving” cousin? Smack them with this pie graph and just soak in their dumbfounded looks.

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It’s no coincidence that the number of Bad Women and Plann Parents Hood are correlative. Show the haters this one quickly before they ask how these values are quantified.

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Want to pull at the heart strings of those crazy pro-choice feminists? Boom. Fetus on a motorcycle.

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Try to disprove this one, girls. Ha.

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As everyone can clearly see in this graph, these are three babies in three different colors. Blue. Green. Yellow. Count them.

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Just when those crazies start throwing numbers at you, slide this little bar graph across the table and watch their tiny brains explode. Also, if they start to explain how the female reproductive system works, quickly take notes but don’t let them see.

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This is where it gets personal. Slurp, slurp. Yeah, that’s us waiting for a rebuttal but all we’re hearing is crickets!

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