examiner.com An Oregon schoolteacher, Bill Diss, who teaches computer science, is under fire from the pro-choice activist group, Planned Parenthood, when he told a Planned Parenthood backed teen health team, “Health and Human Services” Teen Outreach Program (TOP) that they were not allowed in his classroom. Brendan O’Morchoe of LifeNews, National Director of Field Operations for Students for Life of America reported the incident on Friday that Planned Parenthood approached the Principal wanting them to terminate Diss and the hearing was held on Thursday. Diss stated that he did not know of whom these people were who entered his classroom and was unaware of whether the “team” had been background-checked or had received sex/child abuse certifications and told them leave, LifeNews reported. LifeNews said, “Diss has a history with Planned Parenthood dating to 2007 when he led community opposition to a new Planned Parenthood abortion facility being built in a minority neighborhood in Portland. He raised Planned Parenthood’s ire again when a “health education team” came into his computer science classroom uninvited and attempted to enroll his students in the Health and Human Services’ Teen Outreach Program (TOP).” Diss stood up for his pro-life beliefs but the Portland School System who is backed by Planned Parenthood wanted to end his career and the Principal of the school, according to LifeNews has a history of who a documented history of attacking and reprimanding Diss for his pro-life views. to read more click here: examiner.com
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