The Planned Parenthood abortion business is putting 30 million dollars towards electing pro-abortion presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. That incredible level of spending is not just going to elect her — it’s going towards attacking presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is campaigning on a pro-life platform.
Starting on Monday Planned Parenthood’s political action committee and the Super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton are teaming up to air a 30-second ad on the Internet targeting voters in key battleground states. Together the Clinton campaign anbd the nation’s leading abortion company plan to spend more than $1 million dollars on the advertising.
The Planned Parenthood ad will target voters on social media websites such as Facebook and Instagram. It attacks Trump for opposing Planned Parenthood funding and for favoring overturning Roe vs. Wade — which allowed abortion virtually unlimited throw 9 months of pregnancy.
The ad also attacks Trump for talking about his conversion to the pro-life perspective and about how he favors revoking taxpayer funds for the Planned Parenthood abortion Corporation.
There’s more of the new ads from a Politico report:
Starting Monday, Planned Parenthood Votes and Priorities USA Action, the main super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton, are teaming up to air a new 30-second digital spot geared at just those voters in North Carolina, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, part of a seven-figure buy.
The spot — which will run through November 8 on Facebook, Instagram, and pre-roll — opens by replaying an exchange that became a point of contention at Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate.The ad then segues to an image of Trump looking stern as more text reads, “Donald Trump wants: Roe v. Wade overturned, abortion banned, Planned Parenthood defunded.”
Next up are clips of the Republican nominee talking about becoming pro-life and about defunding Planned Parenthood, before the spot concludes: “Donald Trump is too dangerous for women.”