He calls it 'a radicalized organization.' It's a comment that's quickly spread across the web.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of America, but Indiana State Republican House Representative Bob Morris says he won't throw his support behind it. Morris chose not to sign a resolution recognizing the anniversary.
In a recent letter to a few of his Republican colleagues, Morris says he declined to support the organization due to what he says are ties to Planned Parenthood.
In the letter Morris says "abundant evidence proves that the agenda of Planned Parenthood includes sexualizing young girls through the Girl Scouts, which is quickly becoming a tactical arm of Planned Parenthood."
He continues on to say that "many parents are abandoning the Girl Scouts because they promote homosexual lifestyles."
In the letter, Morris also says that "the fact that the honorary president of Girl Scouts of America is Michelle Obama, and the Obama's are radically pro-abortion...should give each of us reason to pause before our endorsement of the organization."
WFFT asked the Girl Scouts to respond to Morris' comments. In a statement to us, a spokesperson says "if the freshman representative wishes to discredit the contributions that hundreds of thousands of Indiana women and girls have made through the Girl Scouts program over the last 100 years, then he's entitled to his opinion. Not only is Representative Morris off the mark on his claims, it's also unfortunate in his limited research that he failed to discover that since 1917, every First Lady has served as the honorary leader of Girl Scouts..."