Planned Parenthood unveils million-dollar campaign for Hillary Clinton

Planned Parenthood has announced that through its Planned Parenthood Votes and Planned Parenthood Action Fund groups, it will be spending more than a million dollars on advertising to push for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The money will be put toward urging Michigan, Texas, and Virginia primary voters to support Clinton via videos, digital advertising, phone banks, and mailings.

“Hillary Clinton is the only candidate in this race who has made women’s health and rights a priority. Hillary Clinton has been fighting for women and their families for her entire life,” Planned Parenthood Action Fund executive director Deirdre Schifeling said of the decision, reiterating the abortion giant’s endorsement of the former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State. Clinton has a 100% pro-abortion record, including opposition to bans on late-term and partial-birth abortion.


But Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, suggest Planned Parenthood’s support was more out of self-interest than principle: “Hillary has said she would favor appointing Barack Obama to the Supreme Court – a guaranteed pro-abortion vote! Hillary has also refused to watch the full undercover Planned Parenthood videos, and has consistently supported the organization since the release of the footage exposing their role in the harvest and sale of body parts from aborted babies.”

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