The rock band Foo Fighters released a new song this week to benefit the abortion business Planned Parenthood.
“Soldier” is the band’s contribution to 7-Inches for Planned Parenthood, an album project by numerous artists to promote the No. 1 abortion chain in America, according to Rolling Stone.
The song does not mention the abortion chain or women. The lyrics are about fighting while under the enemy’s attack: “Am I the soldier that you want me to be? Running from my enemies, under attack.”
Other big-name artists and bands also contributed to the pro-abortion project, including John Legend and Mary J. Blige. Comedian Zach Galifianakis and “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart are involved as well.
“Lawmakers with extreme views are working hard to shut down Planned Parenthood,” the project leaders said in a statement. “If they succeed, millions of Americans will lose access to basic health services, including STD testing and treatment, birth control, and life-saving cancer screenings. 7-inches for Planned Parenthood is a response to this threat.”
According to Billboard, the performers contributing to the abortion fundraiser are:
Aparna Nancherla, Björk, Bon Iver, Bryce Dessner, Chvrches (with film clip directed by Kristen Stewart), Common, Dr. Willie Parker, Dream Hampton, Elliott Smith, Estelle, Feist, Foo Fighters, Heather McGhee, Helado Negro, Janeane Garofalo, Jenny Slate, John Legend, Jon Brion, Laurie Anderson, Margaret Atwood, Margaret Cho, Mary J. Blige, Mary Lattimore, Matt Berninger, Meg Baird, Mitski, Nico Muhly, Pete Holmes, Sarah Silverman, Sharon Van Etten, Sleater-Kinney, St. Vincent, Tig Notaro and Zach Galifianakis.
The artists claim they are supporting women’s health care, but Planned Parenthood is first and foremost an abortion business.
Planned Parenthood aborts more than 300,000 unborn babies every year, more than any other group in the United States. It has been caught in numerous scandals, including potentially illegal sales of aborted babies’ body parts, Medicaid fraud and failures to report suspected sex trafficking and sexual abuse of minors.
Planned Parenthood could continue to receive tax dollars if it stops its abortion practices and starts focusing on legitimate health care, but it has refused to do so.
The abortion group’s own reports show its focus is not on women’s health care but on abortions. Non-abortion services have been dropping steadily at Planned Parenthood in the past decade, but its abortion numbers remain high.
Efforts to defund Planned Parenthood would help ensure women continue to have access to health care by redirecting tax dollars to community health centers. Many of these centers provide mammograms, prenatal care and other services that Planned Parenthood does not.
A recent survey found that these federally qualified community health centers not only provide more comprehensive health care than Planned Parenthood, excluding abortions, they also outnumber the abortion group’s facilities by 20 to one.