You’ll never guess which activist Hillary Clinton met with in Iowa today during her first day of campaigning in the first caucus state. Well, if you’re a regular LifeNews reader, you know which abortion business the Iowa activist who met with Hillary today works for — Planned Parenthood.
Not long after Clinton stopped by Jones Street Coffee House, a coffee shop in nearby LeClaire. The Register reached the shop’s owner, Rebecca Burns, during Clinton’s visit. (And I know you’re wondering: Clinton ordered a caramello latte and a Masala chai tea.)
“We’re kind of in the middle of it right now. She showed up about close to 10:30, I think,” Burns said. “She’s sitting, visiting, having a cup of coffee and speaking with a couple of young voters discussing issues and concerns and desires for the campaign.”
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Those young voters included Sara Sedlacek, a director for Planned Parenthood of the Heartland from West Liberty, Carter Bell, a University of Iowa student and president of UI’s College Democrats, and Austin Bird, a student at St. Ambrose University, according to AFP’s Jérôme Cartillier.
Jones Street opened just a few months ago, so Clinton marked the shop’s first visit by a presidential candidate. Patrons were pleased, Burns said:
“She’s had a very good reception. People are very surprised to see her here and interacting.”
Here’s a photo of Clinton chatting in LeClaire:
Of course, Hillary Clinton making sure she had time to meet with a local activist from the Planned Parenthood abortion business is no shock given her lengthy pro-abortion resume.