Planned Parenthood Preemptively Attacks Kavanaugh
The Pro-Choicers are in a panic. They might have to use contraceptives, or worse, keep it in their pants unless they want to risk pregnancy. They are afraid of the Trump’s Supreme Court Justice Pick Brett Kavanaugh. The Pro-Choice activists think that he is going to somehow close all of the abortion clinics or attack their sacred precedent that they gained from Roe vs Wade. But it is not just citizens that are concerned, Planned Parenthood is practically up in arms over Trump’s Pick.
Planned Parenthood is, of course, concerned that they will have to stop profiting from the killing of babies. Kavanaugh’s appointment could really cut into their business. But they are not taking this lying down. They have dropped some money to spread an ad trying to normalize abortions. Or at least make it seem like they are only administering them in dire cases. Most abortions occur in the first trimester with the use of a morning-after pill or suction device. So Planned Parenthood is not usually helping mothers in mortal danger.
The Ad stresses the concern over the fear of losing the Roe v Wade ruling. While also adding a jab at Kavanaugh.
The Attack Ad.
? #DearSenators, we care about #RoevWade. Now is the time to make sure they know that for their constituents, the fight against Brett Kavanaugh is personal. Share your own message to #StopKavanaugh: https://t.co/K1KcTwZI0Q pic.twitter.com/Z3pv5ltKzD
— Planned Parenthood Action (@PPact) August 8, 2018
They are planning to send that ad nationwide.
“We cannot take any state for granted and we’re not going to, so we will be running those ads all across the country,” said Carmen Berkley, the managing director of Planned Parenthood Action Fund.”
But the Democrats are going to have a tough time stopping Kavanaugh.
“Republicans hold a 51-seat majority in the Senate. If Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who is battling brain cancer, doesn’t return for the Kavanaugh vote, Democrats will need to win over at least one GOP senator. If he returns, and votes “yes,” they would need to win over two.
With Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) already announcing his support for Kavanaugh, Collins and Murkowski are viewed as the most likely potential GOP swing votes.
Democrats would also need to keep their entire 49-member caucus united, even as several vulnerable incumbents run for reelection in states won by Trump. Three Democratic senators — Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Joe Manchin (W.Va.) and Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) — voted for Trump’s first Supreme Court nominee, Justice Neil Gorsuch.”
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