Dems have a good friend and common enemy

Tuesday, January 21, 2020
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood logo with cash backgroundPlanned Parenthood is not holding back on its quest to help Democratic allies get elected this year: It plans to spend $45 million to elect them.

Jenny Lawson, executive director of Planned Parenthood Votes, told CBS News that Democratic candidates have the “boldest reproductive rights policies” the abortion giant has ever witnessed.

Steven Ertelt, editor of Life News, tells OneNewsNow Planned Parenthood definitely wants to get President Trump out of the White House.

"It's no friend of President Trump's," says. “He's done everything in his power to defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business, and they are spending more than ever before to try and take the White House back and put an abortion activist in his place."

Planned Parenthood typically dwarfs pro-life organizations in spending but Susan B. Anthony List has launched a $52 million effort to support President Trump's re-election.

"So we finally might have the ability to go toe to toe with them," Ertelt predicts.

During the 2016 election, Planned Parenthood's political arm announced $20 million to defeat pro-life candidates and $30 million to fund door-to-door campaigning, The Daily Signlal reported.  

Even if pro-lifers can’t contribute money, he adds, they can get to work: Register family, friends, and neighbors to vote, and knock on doors to encourage pro-life voters to make their voice be heard on Election Day.

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