“Who Wants to be a Millionaire” Show Will Raise Funds for Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

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“Who Wants to be a Millionaire” Show Will Raise Funds for Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

Another one of America’s favorite game shows is jumping on the “fund the abortion industry” bandwagon. On Thursday, a special celebrity episode of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” will feature CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and talk show host Andy Cohen playing for charity, according to The Streamable.

“Price is Right” Donates Almost $100,000 to Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

One of America’s favorite game shows “The Price Is Right” donated nearly $100,000 to the abortion chain Planned Parenthood on Monday night. Yahoo News reports the CBS special “The Price Is Right at Night” featured celebrity guest drag queen RuPaul playing for donations to the billion-dollar abortion group.

Planned Parenthood Annual Report Shows It Killed 345,672 Babies in Abortions, More Than Ever Before

It was another record year for the abortion giant Planned Parenthood. Although Planned Parenthood bills itself as a woman’s health organization, in reality, it is little more than an abortion business. Its 2019 annual report, released this week, shows it aborted 345,672 unborn babies – an increase of 3.88% over the abortions it did on unborn babies the year prior.

Planned Parenthood President Finally Admits Its “Core Mission” is Abortion

Planned Parenthood’s new CEO admitted that abortions are its “core mission” Tuesday in a surprisingly honest tweet. For decades, the abortion chain hid its life-destroying work behind rhetoric about health care and women’s rights. It repeated the debunked statistic that abortions are only 3 percent of what it does.

Planned Parenthood by the Numbers

In the spring of 2019, Planned Parenthood abruptly announced that its president, Dr. Leana Wen, would leave the helm of America’s abortion giant. The first doctor at the head of the organization in five decades, she was on the job for less than one year after taking over following the departure of Cecile Richards in 2018.