Planned Parenthood’s $30 Million Army Storming the Country for Hillary Clinton

National   Steven Ertelt   Oct 6, 2016   |   1:24PM    Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business and Hillary Clinton are joined at the hip. And now the abortion company is doing much more than just endorsing the pro abortion presidential candidate.

Planned Parenthood is putting together a $30 Million Dollar army to storm the country for Clinton. Hundreds of paid staffers and thousands of volunteers will knock on doors in swing states across the nation. In fact the amount of paid staff for abortion giant is larger than the paid staff of Hillary Clinton’s campaign itself.

A new article in Rolling Stone provides the details about this massive proportion Army.

Planned Parenthood is mounting one of the largest door-to-door field campaigns of the 2016 election, working to persuade millions of voters to defeat the extremist, anti-abortion ticket of Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Its army of hundreds of paid staff and thousands of volunteers could tip the balance in as many as half-a-dozen swing states, where the Trump campaign barely counts field offices, much less a sophisticated ground game.

Aiming to reach three million voters across six states, the $30 million campaign has twice the budget of Planned Parenthood’s largest previous field effort, in 2012. “Access to safe and legal abortion and access to reproductive health care is on the ballot this year like never before,” Deirdre Schifeling, executive director of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, tells Rolling Stone.

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While some pro-life voters may be disengaged this election Planned Parenthood is not. The nation’s biggest abortion Corporation understands what’s at stake this presidential election starting with the Supreme Court in the control of the destiny and fate of abortion for decades to come.

“Donald Trump wants to overturn Roe, and appoint Supreme Court justices who will do that. He has said that he would like to punish women who have abortions. And he’s picked, as vice presidential candidate, Mike Pence – a man who has made it his life’s mission to do exactly those things,” she says. “We are taking that very seriously.”

The Planned Parenthood abortion business is receiving millions of dollars from billionaire George Soros and his extended family to help Finance this massive campaign of 800 paid staff people and 3500 volunteers dedicated to turning out every pro-abortion vote possible.

Here’s more on what the taxpayer-funded abortion company is doing across the country…

The Planned Parenthood ground war is jointly run by the group’s political arms, which don’t receive taxpayer money: Planned Parenthood Action Fund is a “social welfare” organization, structured as a 501(c)(4) under the tax code – like the NRA, for example – and does not disclose its donors. Planned Parenthood Votes is a super PAC that does reveal its funders, including (in a twist sure to make social conservatives howl) billionaire George Soros and his extended family, who have contributed at least $3.5 million.

The Planned Parenthood campaign is active now in six swing states – Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Planned Parenthood tells Rolling Stone that the ground campaign is ramping up to 800 paid staff and 3,500 volunteers, focused on door-to-door outreach to targeted swing voters. These are prominently middle-aged suburban women, but also include many men for whom a candidate’s opposition to basic reproductive health care access is a dealbreaker.

The size of the Planned Parenthood door-to-door army is extraordinary. Though not an apples-to-apples comparison – because hundreds of Clinton-supporting field staff are paid by the Democratic Party – consider that the Clinton campaign itself counted fewer than 800 people on payroll in its September FEC filing. “We are running the largest persuasion canvas in the country on the independent side, to give you a sense of scale,” says Schifeling.

Planned Parenthood is not asleep at the wheel this presidential election. Unless pro-life voters want another 43 years and 59 million abortions they need to wake up now.

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