Planned Parenthood used uncorroborated accusations of gang rape to fundraise for its abortion empire Thursday in the midst of hearings about U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The abortion giant said it believes the three women who have made sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh, including Julie Swetnick who claims she saw him at several college parties where girls were gang raped.
Many quickly responded that her claims are not credible, but Planned Parenthood ignored the lack of evidence and touted her disturbing allegations in a request for money.
“Survivors deserve to be heard and to be believed. That’s why we’re standing — proudly, unequivocally — with Dr. Blasey Ford as she speaks her truth to power today,” Planned Parenthood Vice President Dawn Laguens wrote in her email asking for money.
On Thursday, Christine Blasey Ford claimed Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. She also has very little evidence to support her claims, but abortion activists intent on keeping Kavanaugh off the court do not seem to care.
Ahead of the hearing, Laguens told Ford, “… we want to send a clear message: We stand with you. We believe you. We’ve got your back.”
The Daily Wire wrote about another fundraising email Laguens sent earlier in the week:
“Enough is enough: Kavanaugh must withdraw now,” states the email. “Moving forward with Kavanaugh’s nomination at this point would be irresponsible and dangerous.”
By moving forward, Laguens says that sexual assault survivors will be made to feel that they do not matter.
“It tells survivors of sexual assault that they don’t matter,” says the email. “It tells the public that one man’s promotion matters more than the safety of multiple women. And it sends a message that partisan politics trumps not only fairness, but basic human compassion. Speak out now: This nomination is a disgrace. Brett Kavanaugh must withdraw.”
Breitbart reports Swetnick’s lawyer is Michael Avenatti, a possible presidential candidate and lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels. In a sworn affidavit released Wednesday, Swetnick claimed in the early 1980s she and Kavanaugh attended house parties together where she “became aware of efforts” by Kavanaugh to “spike” the punch. She also alleged several gang rapes occurred at these parties, and Kavanaugh was one of the boys who lined up outside a room to wait his “turn” to rape the girl.
Kavanaugh repeatedly and strongly has denied all allegations of sexual assault.
Pro-abortion groups have labeled Kavanaugh a “serious threat” to “women’s right” to abortion, while national pro-life leaders have expressed high hopes for Kavanaugh and the future of unborn babies’ rights. Planned Parenthood is spending six figures on ads opposing his nomination.
Kavanaugh has served on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for D.C. for more than a decade, where he wrote decisions protecting religious liberty and enforcing restrictions on abortion. Pro-life leaders believe he would do the same on the U.S. Supreme Court.