Planned Parenthood has taken another “brave” stand for what it calls the “disenfranchised” announcing a voter registration drive in 45 states as the November 8th presidential election draws nearer.

Seemingly unaware of the irony of the “My Vote, My Voice,” campaign, the country’s single largest provider of abortions seeks to ignore the voices of over 300,000 humans who are forcibly disenfranchised of their right to life.

The organization, which was founded by eugenicist Margaret Sanger, will begin setting up what it calls “action tables” at clinics and college campuses in an effort to reach potential voters “regardless of their background, beliefs, or political ideology.”

Planned Parenthood receives public funding and claims to be non-partisan, although given the demographics of its patients – women who tend to be young, low-income or of color – the newly registered will be most likely be Clinton voters.

The organization and the Democrat party argue that the election of Hillary Clinton is essential to prevent Republican Donald Trump from winning the presidency and the opportunity to name conservative judges to the U.S. Supreme Court that might overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized the right to abortion.

In a bizarrely ironic statement, Planned Parenthood spokeswoman Anna Keene, said, “We’re launching the ‘My Vote, My Voice’ campaign to help ensure that every voice is heard,” obviously disregarding the voices silenced before being deemed worthy of being born by the Democrat party that staunchly defends and maintains funding for Planned Parenthood.

Just this month, Democrats in Congress refused to pass legislation to fund efforts to stop the spread of the Zika virus because the bill did not increase funding for Planned Parenthood.

The Zika virus is responsible for causing microcephaly – an abnormally small head – in babies that results in varying degrees of brain damage, which apparently is an acceptable consequence to Democrats as a bargaining chip for more funding for Planned Parenthood.

Read more here: Huffington Post



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