by Brian Gibson, Executive Director
On July 15, 2016, Tom Grossman, a Twin Cities businessman, gave $300,000 to the Planned Parenthood of MN Political Action Fund (PPMN PAF) according to a report by the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. At the time of this contribution, PPMN PAF was down to just a little more than $6,000. Additionally, Grossman was among a list of “hosts” for a fundraising event on September 8, 2016 for a second political fund, the Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota (PPMNS) Action Fund. Grossman is a member of the PPMNS board of directors.
This contribution to PPMN PAF makes a large sum of money available for the upcoming election. Planned Parenthood now has the financial capability of seriously affecting the outcome of many races, including targeting those who worked to defund them this last legislative session. Since we have already witnessed PPMNS’ relationship with Governor Mark Dayton shielding them from any investigation after last summer’s undercover videos clearly revealed a Minnesota abortion facility supplying baby body parts, this coming election may further the extreme evil of Planned Parenthood in Minnesota through elected officials.
Tom Grossman has been an owner in the auto dealership business since 1977 when he bought Suburban Chevrolet from his father. As president of Metropolitan Corporation, Grossman oversees five area car dealers: Suburban Chevrolet, Metropolitan Ford, Freeway Ford, Rosedale Chevrolet, and Superior Brookdale Ford. The profits he earns from unsuspecting customers and his hard- working employees is being used to fund big abortion in Minnesota and in a very big way.
Consider ceasing doing business with any of these auto dealerships. Metropolitan Corporation is located at 4350 Baker Road, Suite 230, Minnetonka, MN 55343. The phone number is (952) 893- 1277. When contacting the company be polite but firm. Keep in mind that there are many people employed by this company who have no control over how Mr. Grossman spends his money.
Additionally, Tom Grossman has been nominated for the Ally TIME Dealer of the Year award by Scott Lambert, executive vice president of the Minnesota Automobile Dealers Association. Mr. Lambert’s contact information is (651) 291-2400 and firstname.lastname@example.org. Let him know that Tom Grossman is not a worthy Ally TIME Dealer of the Year. (Some information for this article was gleaned from the Ally Auto website: https://www.ally.com/learn/allydealer heroes/nominees/tom-grossman.html.)
Pro-Life Action Ministries has been compiling a list of vendors who do business with PPMNS. Click here for more information about the vendors list.