This week, two leading pro-abortion groups, NARAL and Planned Parenthood, have announced they are endorsing Hillary Clinton for president. They’ve done this despite the fact that the other two candidates in the Democratic presidential primary also have perfect pro-abortion voting records.
Leaders of both organizations displayed their confidence in Hillary Clinton’s desire for unfettered abortion on demand.
NARAL's president Ilyse Hogue, in a statement outlining 5 reasons why NARAL is endorsing Clinton, says, "We know Hillary will be the champion for women and a champion for all." When Hogue says "champion for all" she clearly isn't including unborn children.
An article in the New York Times indicates Planned Parenthood plans to spend $20 million on efforts to elect Clinton and other pro-abortion candidates. They probably consider that a sound investment for themselves as Planned Parenthood received more than $550 million in government grants and reimbursements according to their latest annual report.