I have nothing against efficiency, so in principle this is just a great idea: While you are waiting for your “procedure” you can saunter on down the hall and fill out your voter’s registration. What could be more practical?
Planned Parenthood has announced that it will start registering voters at its clinics, on campuses, online, and other places, and most generously it will accept your registration “regardless of … background, beliefs, or political ideology.” The campaign to register voters is called “My Vote, My Choice” and aims to round up people who would not normally vote. Unborn babies don’t normally vote either. Guess that campaign is called “No Voice? No Choice.”
Volunteers across 45 states will set up “action” tables outside of Planned Parenthood health centers and other locations in the community to sign people up to vote, educate them about voter ID laws in their states, and then remind them two weeks before the November election to vote.
Planned Parenthood admits that its demographic is younger, lower income, and people of color, and said the effort is intended to help “historically disenfranchised” communities. Amazingly, these are the same people who are “disproportionately affected by voter suppression laws.” Ok, so this is all about that nasty unfair ID requirement?
Hillary Clinton was right to be worried about Project Veritas and James O’Keefe. A report came out last Friday from the Clinton campaign that they were alerting…