The Planned Parenthood abortion business rallied its members over the weekend, along with the campaign of abortion activists Hillary Clinton, to oppose presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
During the event, the abortion supporters behind the abortion company called Trump a litany of disgusting and offensive names. As the pro-abortion Huffington Post reports:
“Asshole,” “racist,” “chauvinist,” “dangerous,” “unqualified” and “pendejo“ were all words Planned Parenthood volunteers used when asked to share their thoughts about Trump. One woman said she thought a fart noise would be more appropriate than an actual word.
Nearly 1,000 of Planned Parenthood’s most active volunteers gathered in Pittsburgh this past weekend for an intensive Power of Pink grassroots training, the kickoff for the organization’s 2016 work. The group has endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton, so mobilizing against Trump will be a major focus.
“He says in the same breath that he loves Planned Parenthood, we do great work and at the same time vows to defund us because we provide abortion access. That’s no friend of ours,” said Deirdre Schifeling, who leads the group’s national organizing and electoral work.
Huffington itself couldn’t resist piling on, writing at the end of its article: “Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.”
The name-calling isn’t surprising given that Planned Parenthood recently called Trump a “nightmare.” Last week, the Planned Parenthood abortion business sent out an urgent fundraising appeal to its pro-abortion members trashing presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The email took Trump to takes for his comments earlier this week saying he would appoint pro-life judges to the Supreme Court.
Like pro-life groups, the abortion company knows what is at stake in the presidential election.
Asked what he would do to protect the “sanctity of human life,” Trump said it starts with the Supreme Court.
“I will protect it and the biggest way to protect it is through the Supreme Court and putting people in the court — and actually the biggest way to protect is electing me as president,” he said.
Trump went on to say that he favored overturning Roe v. Wade and that, “I will appoint Supreme Court judges who will be pro-life.” His comments, along with hiring a pro-life advocate as his domestic policy director, will go along way to assuring pro-life voters they can consider him in November.
Planned Parenthood isn’t happy about the comments and called Trump and his possible pro-life Supreme Court nominees a “nightmare.”