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Planned Parenthood to Spend Millions to Fight DeSantis’s Abortion Ban

'We know that Floridians overwhelmingly support safe, legal and accessible abortion care...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Planned Parenthood plans on launching a ballot measure initiative to roll back Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ newly-signed six-week abortion ban and continue murdering babies.

On Apr. 16, DeSantis signed a bill to protect the lives of the unborn after six weeks of gestation, according to the Daily Caller. The only exceptions when a woman is allowed to have an abortion are in cases of rape, incest, human trafficking, or when the mother’s life is in danger.

PP — the major institution in the United States that is responsible for murdering babies in the womb — didn’t like it and decided to curb the governor’s efforts to save innocent lives by attempting to create a ballot initiative that allows abortions until the so-called “fetal viability.”

“Floridians know what is best for their own bodies and their own lives,” Sarah Standiford, the group’s national campaigns director, said. “People are ready to vote for reproductive freedom and to take back power from lawmakers who have literally gone against the will of the people.”

PP is ready to spend millions to pass the initiative that will allow them to murder babies. The abortion organization seeks to gather 890,000 signatures by February 2024 to get the measure on the ballot next year. The measure intends on returning the ability to decide whether to murder a baby or not to the mother’s healthcare provider by determining when the fetus is viable.

However, PP is not doing it all by itself. The baby-murdering organization is also teaming up with other leftist organizations, like Florida’s American Civil Liberties Union [ACLU] and Florida Rising, which advocates for sexual deviants, a so-called “right” to murder a baby in the womb, criminal justice reform and other issues that leftoids care about.

“We know that Floridians overwhelmingly support safe, legal and accessible abortion care. They don’t believe that politicians or lawmakers should make decisions — especially personal decisions — about their health care or their body,” Moné Holder of Florida Rising said.

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