The abortion conglomerate Planned Parenthood has released yet another one of its manifestos ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. This "Unstoppable" campaign sets eight specific goals.
So what message is Planned Parenthood pushing out now? As highlighted by LifeNews, it's the same old shtick: women are doomed.
"The manifesto’s central tenets are that 'our bodies are our own' and 'no equality is possible without this,' birth control is 'basic health care,' health care is a 'human right,' and abortions should be without restriction," reports the outlet. "It also calls for freedom from sexual violence, equal pay, paid family leave, and a rejection of racism, homophobia, and transphobia."
The manifesto's website lays out the doomsday scenario facing women in the Trump administration.
"The Trump-Pence administration has worked to restrict access to abortion, undermined birth control access by allowing virtually any employer to refuse to provide coverage for birth control based on a religious or moral objection, and tried to block people from getting care at Planned Parenthood health centers," the manifesto laments. "We should be working towards a world where our bodies are our own, and women are able to access full reproductive care."
"Big Bang Theory" star Mayim Bialik is helping to promote the manifesto along with some music from Sia. Dawn Laguens, executive vice president for Planned Parenthood, said the "UNSTOPPABLE" manifesto will be a "rallying cry" for feminists everywhere.
"The UNSTOPPABLE Manifesto video is a rallying call for people to join the movement and build the world we want to see — where everyone has the freedom and opportunity to control their own bodies and their own futures — regardless of race, gender, income, zip code, or immigration status," said Laguens. "There is unprecedented energy and momentum to unite around full equality for all — and women are leading the way."
The wholly stoppable, and laughable, manifesto comes on the heels of Planned Parenthood potentially facing a costly Supreme Court battle, which could determine whether or not states have the right to defund the abortion giant of taxpayer dollars.