According to Open Secrets, the infanticide mill Planned Parenthood spent almost $4 million in advertisements against Trump-endorsed Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz during the 2022 election cycle — so far.
Olivia Cappello, of Planned Parenthood Votes, told Fox News Digital they invested $3,780,878 in an effort to take down Oz in the race against Lt. Gov. John Fetterman for the open Pennsylvania Senate in 2022.
“Mehmet Oz doesn’t represent Pennsylvanians — in fact, he’s at odds with the nearly 9 in 10 Keystone state voters who believe abortion should be legal,” Cappello said. “Planned Parenthood Votes is all in to defeat candidates across the country who, like Oz, are ready to take away people’s right to decide what is best for their own bodies, lives, and futures. That includes significant investments in races up and down the ballot, from Arizona to Pennsylvania to Georgia.”
Planned Parenthood said they are targeting candidates in three other key midterm states: Arizona, Pennsylvania and Georgia. The group gave $112,913 in support of Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., $52,108 to support Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., and $2,508 for Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz.
Asked by Fox News Digital if he supported any limitations, including partial birth abortion, Fetterman spokesperson Joe Calvello said, “John has been clear that he believes that the Supreme Court and Republicans should have left Roe the hell alone, and the whole point is that these decisions should be between a woman, her doctor, and a God if she prays to one — not politicians. Dr. Oz, on the other hand, said he supports banning abortion with no exceptions for rape or incest. These dangerous views are deeply out of step with the people of Pennsylvania.”
Being pro-life is a dangerous view, but supporting abortion up to the moment of birth is not. Got it.
During the 2020 election cycle, Planned Parenthood spent $45 million, but aims to spend a record-breaking $50 million on the upcoming midterm elections in an effort to prop up pro-choice candidates at the state- and federal-level.