Last week, actress and dedicated soldier in the fight to take the lives of the innocent unborn, Mila Kunis announced that she donates to abortion mill Planned Parenthood under the name of pro-life Vice President Mike Pence.
Her "peaceful protest" earned ravenous applause from the liberal late-night crowd in front of whom she announced the abortion stunt, but those who value the sanctity of life were less enthused — with some even donating to pro-life and conservative groups in the actress' name.
Pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List decided they'd kick-off an initiative where pro-lifers could donate to their cause in Pence's name as a response to Kunis. The Vice President, in a clear nod to the controversy, jumped on board.
"We’re now accepting donations to the pro-life cause in Vice President Mike Pence's name. Let's take a stand for life," announced the president of Susan B. Anthony List.
"I'm honored. Thanks for all [Susan B. Anthony List] does for life. I'm in," wrote Pence, captioning the pro-life group's tweet.
Kunis told host Conan O'Brien about the donations last week and was adamant it was not a "prank."
"I apologize if I’m offending anybody," she stated insincerely. "It’s not so much a prank as much as I disagreed with some of the stuff that Pence was doing and was trying to do. And so as a reminder that there are women out there in the world that may or may not agree with his platform, I put him on a list of recurring donations that are made in his name to Planned Parenthood."
"Every month, to his office, he gets a little letter that says like, 'An anonymous donation has been made in your name.' I don’t look at it as a prank, this is like, I strongly disagree, and this is my little way of doing it. It’s a peaceful protest," added the actress.
Unamused conservatives also launched a boycott against whiskey company Jim Beam, for which Kunis is a global spokesperson.