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Planned Parenthood hands out ‘anti-Trump’ condoms at RNC

Planned Parenthood was in attendance at the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland, Ohio. The country’s biggest provider of abortions was there to hand out “anti-Trump” condoms with messages bashing pro-lifers and any opposition to abortion. Check out the photo below.

The prophylactics were donned with the “Protect Yourself From Trump” headline on the packaging, handed out during the convention by the abortion giant’s federal SuperPAC Planned Parenthood Votes volunteers.

“If Trump had his way … abortion would no longer be safe or legal in America,” one condom message states, along with several others including, “You would have to pay hundreds of dollars a year just to access birth control,” and, “You would no longer be able to get health care at Planned Parenthood,” among others. Check out the pic below.

Some of the condoms handed out had the new promotional slogan for the Planned Parenthood Votes initiative titled #ToxicTrump, which promotes Planned Parenthood’s reasoning why a Trump presidency would be “disastrous,” and labeling the Republican nominee “a sexist, racist bully.”

“The Republicans have chosen the most anti-woman ticket in generations,” Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) executive vice president and head of Planned Parenthood Action Fund Dawn Laguens said in a statement on the SuperPac’s efforts to fend off a Trump presidency.

“Together, Donald Trump and Mike Pence have sworn to do everything they can to take away women’s basic right to safe, legal abortion,” Laguens went on. “It’s essential that we stop them from being elected to the White House. They cannot be allowed to determine the health and well-being of women in this country.”

Laguens joined the Cleveland street effort to distribute condoms attacking Trump, calling Trump’s running mate Mike Pence, “the number one opponent of Planned Parenthood,” in an interview for Bloomberg Politics’ Facebook Live.

Anti-Trump condoms handed out by Planned Parenthood at the Rupublican National Convention in Cleveland

Anti-Trump condoms handed out by Planned Parenthood at the Rupublican National Convention in Cleveland

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- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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