Hillary Clinton’s best friends at the Planned Parenthood abortion business are sinking even more money into promoting her campaign.
The abortion giant announced today that it will spend over $1 million on television and Internet-based advertising to push her campaign to Democrats as Clinton faces a tough challenge from fellow abortion advocate Bernie Sanders.
Planned Parenthood Votes and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund have launched a multi-platform, seven-figure ad campaign in Michigan, Virginia and Texas on Thursday.
The campaign will use videos, digital ads, phone banks and mailers in support of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who the groups, the political arms of Planned Parenthood, have endorsed in the Democratic presidential primary.
“Hillary Clinton is the only candidate in this race who has made women’s health and rights a priority. Hillary Clinton has been fighting for women and their families for her entire life,” Deirdre Schifeling, the executive director of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund said in a statement. “Politicians in Virginia, Texas and Michigan have been stripping women and families of their basic health and rights. Women in these three states know how important it is to elect a champion who will fight for women. That’s why so many women are standing up in support of Hillary. They know what’s at stake, and they know she’ll fight for us.”
The abortion company is pulling out all of the stops to elect its best friend president and its lobbying arm purchased the large advertising buy on Friday to give Clinton a last-minute shot in the arm.
“There’s too much at stake for us to take a back seat in this election. Every single leading Republican candidate would strip health care from millions across the country — blocking patients from seeking services at Planned Parenthood, banning safe, legal abortion and even ending insurance coverage for birth control,” Deirdre Schifeling, executive director of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, said in a statement. “Hillary Clinton is someone who won’t back down from this fight — she’s made it clear that fighting for women’s health and reproductive rights is a top priority.
“At the end of the day, she’s the one we trust to go head to head with the extreme anti-abortion politicians hell-bent on rolling back the progress we’ve made for women,” Schifeling said.
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