Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Launches $30 Million Get Out the Vote Campaign for Hillary Clinton

National   |   Steven Ertelt, Micaiah Bilger   |   Oct 31, 2016   |   12:28PM   |   Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business is launching a $30 million get out the vote campaign for Hillary Clinton. The abortion company has supported the pro-abortion candidate at every turn this election and is pulling out all the stops to ensure Clinton is elected so it can continue receiving 500 million dollars from the federal government in taxpayer funds.

The abortion corporation says this is the biggest get-out-the-vote effort in the history of Planned Parenthood. New memos CBS News obtained outline the army of volunteers and paid staff people that put that Planned Parenthood is putting together to support Clinton.

As has already reported, the abortion business has placed ads in Craigslist across the country in order to pay for additional field workers who will be pushing the pro-abortion vote.

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Here is more on the get-out-the-vote campaign from CBS News:

Planned Parenthood Action Fund – the campaign arm of Planned Parenthood – boasts that they are deploying 1500 paid staffers and 3,500 volunteers knock on over half a million doors in New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Nevada and North Carolina. Thats on top of nearly 250 “Pink Out the Vote” events being planned in the same states.

In addition to the White House race, the memo lists New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Nevada’s tight Senate contests as top targets. Planned Parenthood says their data team has modeled specific universes of voters motivated by reproductive rights issues.

They also have a “voter propensity model” targeting people who need to be activated before Election Day. That pool looks very much like the kind of voters likely to support Hillary Clinton: 32 percent are minorities, 26 percent are under 35, and 55 percent are female.

“Additionally, through field testing, Planned Parenthood Votes has seen our door-to-door canvassing move undecided voters up to 12 points,” reads the memo, written by Planned Parenthood Votes communications director Erica Sackin.

In all, Planned Parenthood has spent over $30 million to reach voters throughout this cycle with ads, direct mail, phone banks and one of the largest canvassing operations in the country, they say.

The future of Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion business, could depend heavily on who wins the upcoming presidential election. Clinton is Planned Parenthood’s “champion,” and its CEO Cecile Richards has been involved heavily in her campaign, traveling to dozens of states to stump for her.

Both pro-life and pro-abortion advocates know that the next president could heavily influence future U.S. Supreme Court decisions. The next president could have the opportunity to nominate up to four justices and sway its decisions on abortion and unborn babies’ rights for decades.

Clinton promised to nominate justices who will uphold Roe v. Wade and abortion on demand up until birth. Trump said he will appoint “pro-life justices” with a “conservative bent.”

Trump has made some troubling comments about Planned Parenthood in the past, but he has been fairly consistent lately about his support for defunding it and giving those tax dollars to community health centers that offer comprehensive health care.

In September, Trump released a letter outlining his specific pro-life policies. One of them is to defund the abortion chain as long as it keeps killing unborn children. Trump also called to make permanent the Hyde Amendment, which bans direct taxpayer funding for abortions in Medicaid.

Clinton, on the other hand, said she will work to repeal the Hyde Amendment and force taxpayers to fund abortions. If Clinton succeeds, the Guttmacher Institute estimates 33,000 more unborn babies will be killed in abortions every year with our tax dollars. And Planned Parenthood, which already receives huge amounts of our tax dollars for what it says are non-abortion services, could benefit greatly.