Sitcom “Mom” Sends Its $250,000 Emmy Award Winnings to Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   May 18, 2017   |   5:07PM   |   Washington, DC

The abortion chain Planned Parenthood just got another huge chunk of cash from a group of celebrity supporters.

Romper reports the CBS sitcom “Mom” is donating $250,000 of its Emmy campaign money to support Planned Parenthood, as U.S. Congress works on legislation to defund the abortion chain.

Writer Chuck Lorre, whose work also includes “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two and a Half Men,” and actress Allison Janney announced the donation on behalf of the show Thursday, according to the report.

The celebrities claimed they are supporting women’s health care, but their support really is propping up the largest abortion chain in the U.S.

According to the report:

Each year, television shows lobby to be nominated for an Emmy. They do this by spending exorbitant amounts of money to throw “For Your Consideration” events, in which networks and show creators campaign for their series or special to be considered for a nomination that coming fall. However, Mom creator, Chuck Lorre, and one of the show’s stars, Allison Janney, announced on Thursday that they would be spending that money in a way they felt was more important instead: a donation to a non-profit geared towards women that is now in danger of being shut down by the current administration.

Planned Parenthood Los Angeles CEO Sue Dunlap also thanked the celebrities in a statement.

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“Generous support from our community fuels this work, and we are honored that the team behind ‘Mom’ is launching this campaign at this critical time,” Dunlap said.

Janney has supported the abortion chain for years, according to EW.

Planned Parenthood aborts more than 300,000 unborn babies every year, more than any other group in the U.S. In March, it refused to give up its abortion work and focus on providing true health care to low-income women. President Donald Trump offered to support an increase in taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood if it stopped doing abortions, but Planned Parenthood refused.

The abortion group currently receives about half a billion tax dollars annually from the federal government.

A recent congressional investigation into the abortion business involving its sales of aborted baby parts concluded with lawmakers recommended that Congress defund it. Planned Parenthood also has been caught in numerous scandals involving Medicaid fraud and failures to report suspected sex trafficking and sexual abuse of minors.

Recent polls also indicate Americans support the defunding efforts. Recent polling found 56 percent of Americans in battleground states want Planned Parenthood defunded.

President Trump promised to sign a bill that would defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business.