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Planned Parenthood to Donate $45 Million in 2020 Presidential Campaign

Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette, and written by David Kamioner.

    Disrn reports that megacorporate abortion provider Planned Parenthood plans to spend $45 million in the 2020 election cycle supporting candidates who support abortion.

    Their goal is 60 events or more across the nation. The target is to get their literally bloody message to 5 million voters in nine swing states. They also will fund media buys that, in all probability, won't go into the details of their business model.

    Their rationale for action?

    "[The Trump Administration] has managed to undo so much over the last three years. The fact that this summer the Supreme Court might gut Roe v. Wade is an indicator of their intention and they've never been so bold," said PP Executive Director Jenny Lawson.

    It's also an indicator of how well Trump has done in not only limiting abortion but in keeping another one of his campaign promises. Thanks for the compliment and admission of defeat by the president, Jenny.

    However, the abortion on demand right up to the moment of life pressure group has misjudged the political climate and the discipline and targeting of its own message.

    Abortion is such a sensitive and personal subject that many who support it do not want to dwell on it in public discourse. Those who do, young women and their beta male guy pals who make pitiful efforts to engage the affections of these women by ideological fealty, already support abortion and thus have no need to be converted on the subject.

    If the purpose is voter turnout then, on this and every other issue, the young do not turn out to vote in any decisive numbers.

    So spend $45 million on nothing guys. See you in November.


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