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Planned Parenthood is trying desperately to unseat President Donald Trump in 2020 and reverse his pro-life impact.
The largest abortion chain in the United States, Planned Parenthood wants political power, and it plans to spend at least $45 million on the 2020 election to get it.
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Speaking with The Guardian, acting president Alexis McGill Johnson said her pro-abortion group has a lot of work ahead to “undo all the damage” caused by recent pro-life laws and policies. She slammed the Trump administration and state legislatures for their work to protect unborn babies and mothers from abortion – though she claimed that is not their real goal.
“The conversation is framed around abortion,” Johnson said. “[People think] they may come for that, but they’re not going to touch your contraception … And then they force people out of Title X. … And it’s like, no, actually, the bigger picture is about control, right?”
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Johnson could not be more wrong. The problem really is abortion. The goal of the pro-life movement is to restore the right to life to unborn babies and preserve it for vulnerable individuals at risk of assisted suicide and euthanasia.
The Title X program is a perfect example. In 2019, President Donald Trump enacted a new Title X rule to ensure that the program does not indirectly fund abortions. Title X provides family planning and other health services for low-income individuals. Planned Parenthood could have complied with the rule by stopping abortions or completely separating its abortion business from its actual health services, but it refused. Planned Parenthood prioritized abortions over women’s health, and therefore was defunded of about $60 million.
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The Title X cuts are just one of many problems that Johnson has with Trump. She also criticized him for appointing conservative judges to federal courts, including pro-life lawyer Sarah Pitlyk and U.S....
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