As America prepares for its final day of voting on Tuesday’s Election Day, abortion mill Planned Parenthood says it has upped its get-out-the-vote game and is ready for a Democrat victory.
Two of the abortion groups’ get-out-the-vote operations, Planned Parenthood Action Fund and Planned Parenthood Votes, are all-in for some of the nation’s most vulnerable Democrats such as North Carolina’s Kay Hagan.
Planned Parenthood announced that it had visited 260,000 homes and made 88,000 phone calls on behalf of Democrats over the weekend before Election Day, bringing the total number of home visits and phone calls during this election season to two million and one million, respectively.
Pollster John Zogby has noted that for the Democrat Party, this election will hinge on getting their voters to the polls. Zogby says that for Democrats it is “either turnout or burnout” on Election Day.
The nation’s largest abortion group is one of the left’s chief purveyors of the so-called “Republican war on women” narrative, a political attack that has yielded diminishing returns for Democrats compared to 2012’s elections.
Planned Parenthood always claims that it is interested only in working for women’s “healthcare,” but a recent study found that 94 percent of the women who visited PP offices didn’t get “healthcare,” but instead got an abortion.
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