The billion-dollar abortion industry has a huge sway over Democrat Party leaders.
In addition to spending at least $45 million on the 2020 election, the abortion chain Planned Parenthood also is hosting election events with Democrats to promote its abortion agenda.
On Friday, Planned Parenthood and Democrat National Committee Chair Tom Perez plan to team up for a roundtable on “women’s issues” ahead of the New Hampshire caucus, WMUR News 9 reports.
Others involved in the meeting include New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Raymond Buckley, New Hampshire state Senate President Donna Soucy, Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig and Sabrina Dunlap, vice president of public affairs of the Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund, according to the report.
“Trump has repeatedly broken his promises to women and families, relentlessly attacking women’s health care, attempting to block women from accessing equal pay for equal work and pushing for harmful economic policies that have hurt working families’ economic opportunities,” the DNC said in a statement about the event.
But Planned Parenthood is not really focused on any of those issues. Its focus is abortions. And its tens of millions of dollars in campaign funds have pushed Democrat leaders to embrace a radical pro-abortion agenda allowing unrestricted abortions up to birth and forcing taxpayers to pay for them.
Ahead of the meeting Friday, Democrats said they want “to uplift women and families in New Hampshire and across the country,” and expose “how Donald Trump’s broken promises have set women back,” the report states.
But abortions hurt families and kill unborn babies. Planned Parenthood does not have their best interests at heart. It is fighting to preserve its billion-dollar abortion empire, not help women and children.
It’s clear why Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion chain in America, wants to oust the Trump administration. In the past three years, Trump has defunded Planned Parenthood of approximately $160 million in tax dollars through the Mexico City policy and Title X protect life rule. His administration is fighting for the rights of doctors and nurses whose livelihoods are being threatened because they oppose abortion, and Trump has appointed numerous conservative judges to federal courts.
Planned Parenthood is a $1.6 billion dollar “nonprofit” that did more than 345,000 abortions last year, and it wants the unrestricted, unregulated abortion landscape of Roe v. Wade to stay.
The 1973 Supreme Court ruling made America one of only seven countries in the world that allows elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, and a pro-abortion Democrat in the White House or a Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate could keep it that way.
Planned Parenthood is targeting nine key swing states ahead of the election: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, according to the report.
Its $45 million election budget will be spent on canvassing, advertisements on TV, radio, mail and the internet, and other on-the-ground efforts. The abortion advocacy group hopes to reach 5 million voters by November.
Though it has not endorsed a presidential candidate yet, a spokesperson said Planned Parenthood likes all of the Democrats so far.
“The Democratic candidates collectively have the boldest reproductive rights policies we’ve ever seen,” Planned Parenthood Votes executive director Jenny Lawson said. “Every major candidate in the 2020 elections, except for Donald Trump, has spoken out against dangerous abortion bans and many of them have actually introduced real plans to protect the reproductive rights in this country.”
The Democrat candidates are “bold” – too bold for the American people, including Democrat voters. Their positions on abortion are radical and out of touch with most voters. They support abortions for any reason up to birth and want to force taxpayers to fund them. Polls consistently show strong public opposition to both, and even Democrat voters are speaking out against the party’s abortion radicalism.