The abortion giant Planned Parenthood is attacking presidential candidate Donald Trump this week by handing out condoms printed with anti-Trump messages.
The abortion business is giving away the condoms during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, according to Teen Vogue. The messages printed on packages include “Protect Yourself from Trump” and “Toxic Trump.”
Another one says, “If Trump had his way, you would be ‘punished’ for having an abortion.” While another says, “If Trump had his way, abortions would no longer be safe or legal in America.”
It’s just the latest in a series of attacks that abortion activists have been waging against Trump. In an email on Tuesday, the abortion giant Planned Parenthood warned its supporters that a Trump White House could mean an end to abortion in the U.S. Planned Parenthood also urged its followers to vote in the November because “we can’t afford to be silent.”
On its new website, Toxic Trump, the abortion giant added these words: “Donald Trump is the GOP’s best hope to ban abortion and his list of Supreme Court nominees proves it.”
Trump, who says he is pro-life, has made some comments about abortion that have caused concern among pro-lifers. However, his recent statements and actions have helped to mollify some fears, one being his recent choice of a vice presidential running mate — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, who is a strong pro-life advocate.
The Trump-Pence ticket poses a stark contrast to Clinton, who is being labeled the most extreme pro-abortion presidential candidate in history.
Trump recently released an list of his 11 potential Supreme Court nominees — a list pro-life and conservative groups praised for having potential judges who would be Constitutionalists. In comparison, Clinton said her nominees must support Roe v. Wade, which allowed abortion on demand through all nine months of pregnancy.
Trump also has specifically promised he would sign a bill as president to de-fund Planned Parenthood. Clinton, on the other hand, promised Planned Parenthood that she would try to force Americans to pay for abortions with their tax dollars by overturning the Hyde Amendment.
As far as Trump’s comments on Planned Parenthood funding are concerned, Trump has fairly consistently said he opposes taxpayer funding but he’s also made some remarks about the “good things” Planned Parenthood does that have alarmed pro-life voters — as if any “good thing” could make up for the fact that Planned Parenthood kills 320,000 unborn babies a year in abortions and then sells their body parts.
Trump also said he thinks the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case that ushered in an era of 48 million abortions was “wrongly decided.” Trump said he would appoint “very good judges” who would ultimately “change it” but he opposed Roe without specifically saying it should be overturned.