Last Updated on January 18, 2020
Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest provider of abortions, has pledged 45 million dollars to elect Democrat candidates in the 2020 election cycle, including the Presidential race and to win US House and Senate seats who are favorable to government-funded abortions.
In their 2020 “We Decide” campaign aimed at getting Democrats elected, Planned Parenthood the nonprofit group, said that, “having an abortion was a matter of life and death” and wanted candidates who put an emphasis on “accurate sex education”.
Proving that the organization is a pass-thru for Democrat campaign funds, Jenny Lawson, the Planned Parenthood Votes Executive Director, said about the 2020 elections, “The stakes have never been higher.”
Texas Senator, Ted Cruz wrote on Twitter in response to the announcement,” If they’ve got $45m laying around, why exactly do they need taxpayer dollars?”
Lawson, proving how the Government puts the money into the group so the employees can remove the funds to support radical far-left policies and politicians, talked about displacing President Donald J. Trump, who the group views as the greatest historic risk to government-funded abortion access.
“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,” Lawson said.
The announcement of the group’s mass cash appeal to politicians comes at a time when large Pro-life rallies are being held around the country.
The voter outreach director of Planned Parenthood revealed their hashtag activism with a companion video on Friday with a video of an activist saying, “This year my life is at stake in the 2020 election.”
The central theme of their outreach is that the non-profit has the right and the power to choose politicians.
“We decide who our leaders are. We decide our future. At the ballot box this year, we — not out-of-touch politicians — decide what we do with our own bodies,” according to one page on their website.
Ironically the hashtag, #WeDecide that is being used to promote all kinds of abortion, was originally used for a Down Syndrome Advocacy group on Twitter.
DSi asked its Committee of National Representatives with Down Syndrome for feedback on the World Down Syndrome Day theme ‘We Decide’.
Find out how you can get involved here: https://t.co/X5dspWsFQi#worlddownsyndromeday#wedecide pic.twitter.com/6XvvYf3sfY
— World DS Day (@WorldDSDay) January 17, 2020
March for Life is set to take place later this month in Washington, D.C., while a competing women’s March, marked by support for abortion and pink knit hats, takes place a week prior. T
In what may be an indication that pro-abortion activism might be on the wane, this year’s pro-abortion women’s march, which began after Trump was elected in 2016, is said to be the final pink hat walk through our nation’s capitol.