Planned Parenthood, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this month, is stepping up its efforts to brainwash young people with its extreme abortion agenda. The organization is using $30 million to target Millennials just a month out of the November presidential election.
The director of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Deirdre Schifeling, called the work “unprecedented” for her group. The goal is to target millennial voters, and the organization has knocked on a million doors in Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Those are crucial battlegrounds in the presidential campaign, but also states with competitive Senate races, Ms. Schifeling said.
Schifeling noted that representatives will be informing voters about Donald Trump's past comments on abortion. That means they are sure to mention the GOP nominee's controversial comment about "punishing" women who have abortions should the procedure become illegal. His campaign released a statement soon after trying to clean up Trump's remarks. He would seek punishment for the doctor performing the abortion, not the woman herself, the press release read.
Yet, Hillary Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine reminded voters about Trump's comment at Tuesday's vice presidential debate. Planned Parenthood representatives will undoubtedly do the same, as well as tell young voters how Clinton is a champion for women's rights, or something.
These Planned Parenthood activists would serve voters much better if they mention Clinton supports for the taxpayer funding of abortion. Most Americans, even those who identify as pro-choice, oppose it.
Of course, they'd much rather talk about how Republicans are trying to jeopardize women's bodily autonomy.
What a $30 million waste.