Miley Cyrus Supports Planned Parenthood With Pin Saying, “Don’t F— With Us”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Apr 19, 2016   |   10:29AM   |   Washington, DC

Laced with her typical crude behavior and profanity, Miley Cyrus launched a campaign last week to support the abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

The singer and actress, known for shocking audiences with nudity, sexual gestures and generally grotesque behavior, posted a photo on Instagram and Twitter last week to announce the campaign, according to Wonderland Magazine. The post shows Cyrus wearing a bright pink pin with the abortion giant’s logo and the words, “Don’t f— with us/Don’t f— without us.”

Cyrus also did a photo shoot with pro-abortion feminist Marilyn Minter, and proceeds from the photo prints, pins and T-shirts will be donated to Planned Parenthood, according to the magazine.

In her typical crude fashion, Cyrus thanked Planned Parenthood “for all that you do, and f— yeah!”

Planned Parenthood celebrated the celebrity support. In a statement, Joan Malin, president of the abortion group’s New York City affiliate, praised Cyrus’s team for “shin[ing] a spotlight on the millions of women who are being negatively affected by this ongoing attack on abortion access.”

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Pro-abortion celebrities like Cyrus have been stepping up to defend the abortion giant in the wake of undercover videos showing it trafficking aborted babies’ body parts. Amid public outrage, many states launched investigations of the abortion giant. Several uncovered violations of the law. Others, including a long-term Congressional investigation, continue.

The abortion giant is not hurting for money. On average, Planned Parenthood receives approximately $500 million a year in taxpayer funds, as a Government Accountability Office report indicated last year. And while its non-abortion services decline, Planned Parenthood continues to abort more than 300,000 unborn babies every year – more any other group in the U.S.