Ever since Brett Kavanaugh took his rightful seat on the Supreme Court, leftists and their abortionist buddies have been frantically reconsidering – not the morality of their actions or policies, but ways to mold American opinion.
Catherine Hadro of EWTN’s Pro-Life Weekly exposed the latest development on that front on Oct. 19, where she related on the show that Planned Parenthood is devising a “multi-million dollar strategy to enable it to perform abortion no matter what happens at the Supreme Court.” Hadro later tweeted the segment out:
.@PPact rolls out a flashy new campaign to provide abortions “no matter what happens at the Supreme Court.”
— Catherine Hadro (@CatSzeltner) October 19, 2018
Far from satisfied with the consolation that abortion policy will return to the states if Roe v. Wade is overturned (a case, mind you, that Kavanaugh labeled established precedent), Hadro revealed that PP’s poobahs will try to firm up abortion’s place in American life in three ways – through access, policy, and culture change.
While access and policy are nothing new for PP’s gigantic lobbying apparatus, quite chilling is the cultural aspect of the operation. According to Hadro, PP will “[collaborate] with the entertainment industry to destigmatize abortion.” Hadro admitted that Hollywood figures like filmmaker Shonda Rhimes have been offered seats on PP’s board in the past, but one can only wonder what new machinations will emerge on the cultural front in the wake of this initiative.
But Hadro finished on a hopeful note, noting that PP is only resorting to these methods because they are “losing the culture war” and that the “flashy public relations campaigns…can’t mask the truth that life is sacred.”