Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson bragged about raising “bada–” daughters this week in a column urging teenagers to join her in working to legalize abortion on demand across America again.
Writing at Teen Vogue, Johnson said she will never stop fighting for the legalized killing of unborn babies, and she is glad her 10- and 13-year-old daughters support her.
“My daughters’ reaction to the overturn of Roe gave me hope after what was a hard day for me and millions of Americans,” she wrote, reflecting on the June ruling.
In Dobbs v. Jackson, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and began allowing states to protect unborn babies from abortion again. For nearly 50 years under Roe, states were forced to legalize aborting unborn babies for any reason up to viability and allowed to legalize abortions up to birth. Now, 14 states protect unborn babies by banning abortions and more are expected to do so this year.
Johnson said the news that states would be allowed to protect unborn babies again devastated her and her young daughters. She wrote:
As soon as the news dropped, my 13-year-old daughter texted me. She was on her way to camp in Maine, but she told me how sad she felt, and how she and her friends had committed right there on I-95 to keep fighting. Two days later, my 10-year-old daughter stood by my side as we led the Pride March in New York City. More than 30,000 people lined the parade route, and when they saw us coming down the street, the crowd erupted in an ear-splitting cheer.
She expressed pride that her young daughters support aborting unborn babies and praised herself for “raising fierce, bada– girls ready to take up the baton of leadership.”
Their pro-abortion views and those of many other young girls are what give her hope, Johnson said.
“As difficult as June 24 was, my daughters showed me a fighting spirit that is not going to back down,” she wrote. “Their resistance to what happened last summer meant one thing: The Supreme Court is not going to get the last word on abortion access. The people — people just like you, just like my daughters — are going to get the final say.”
But Americans are allowed to have their say because Roe was overturned, and many are choosing to protect unborn babies. Johnson complained about pro-life state laws and mentioned the likelihood that even more state legislatures will pass abortion limits and bans this year.
These laws are hurting Planned Parenthood’s business. Johnson runs the largest abortion chain in America, one that aborted a record 383,460 unborn babies in 2020 while reporting more than $1.7 billion in income, including $633 million taxpayer dollars.
To keep their deadly business flowing, Johnson hinted that abortion activists’ next strategy will be to amend the U.S. Constitution to create a “right” to abort unborn babies for any reason, “no exceptions.”
“We must continue to fight until access to safe and legal abortion is a reality for everyone, no exceptions,” she wrote. “What’s more, we have to make sure our rights don’t ebb and flow with every election cycle. Without the framework of Roe, we can advocate for the ceiling as we write ourselves back into the Constitution.”
Aborting unborn babies is a human rights abuse, not a constitutional right, and many Americans agree.
Two new polls this week found growing support for legal protections for unborn babies. A Marist College poll found 69 percent of Americans support limiting or banning abortions, up from 62 percent in June. Similarly, another new poll from UMass Amherst found a 5-percent drop in those who say Congress should pass a law to make abortions legal nation-wide and a 6-percent increase in support for a national abortion ban, WCVB News reports.
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