Planned Parenthood Hijacks Vice President Mike Pence’s Birthday to Raise Money for Abortion

National   |   Maureen Collins   |   Jun 9, 2017   |   10:21AM   |   Washington, DC

Have you ever hated someone so much that you wanted to ruin their birthday? That’s how much pro-abortion activists hate outspoken pro-life Vice President Mike Pence.

Planned Parenthood D.C. thought it would be a great idea to fundraise hate-donations in honor of the Vice-President’s birthday on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, in Pence’s home state of Indiana, an impersonator who calls himself “Mike Hot Pence” trudged around the streets of Indianapolis in really short shorts. It was all a part of another Planned Parenthood stunt, a “birthday party” for the former governor. Volunteers handed out cupcakes and, of course, asked for donations to the abortion giant.

“Planned Parenthood is under attack, and on Mike Pence’s birthday our present to him is a strong showing of support for healthcare and for Planned Parenthood,” said Wanda Savala, the Public Affairs manager for Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky.

This isn’t the first time Planned Parenthood has tried to fundraise off of Mike Pence. Since he and President Trump’s election to office in November, the organization has been asking for donations in the vice president’s name as a sort of ironic fundraiser.

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The “fun” part is that whenever Planned Parenthood receives a donation in someone’s name, they send that person a “thank-you” note. Celebrities like Amy Schumer and Amber Tamblyn have promoted these hate-donations through social media since the election. Hilarious!

Pence has always been known for his pro-life advocacy. This January, he was the highest ranking official to ever address the March for Life, the annual protest against the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision. This March, the vice president made the tie-breaking vote to pass a Senate bill that will allow states to defund Planned Parenthood.

No wonder pro-abortion advocates hate him so much.

LifeNews Note: Maureen Collins writes for the Media Research Center.