Planned Parenthood is focusing its efforts on specifically “tracking Trump” – and media are loving it.
On Monday, women’s magazine Elle applauded the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, for creating a new “Tool That Will Help You Track Trump's Harmful Policies.” Assistant editor Madison Feller revealed that the website will help women “be in the know” with the Trump administration and “sexual health rights.”
Feller described Planned Parenthood's new Tracking Trump website as an “online tool” that monitors “how the Trump-Pence administration is attacking people's reproductive and sexual health rights.” (Think: abortion.)
“It can be difficult to keep up with any administration's barrage of policies and appointments,” wrote Feller, “but when the choices your government makes directly affect you and your health, you want to be in the know.”
They also might just “directly affect” the health of an unborn baby too. But Feller clearly wasn’t speaking to the pro-life crowd.
According to the tool itself, Tracking Trump lists a timeline of policies “designed to take away our rights to control our bodies and our lives,” the “players” (from Trump to U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley), and the “impact,” like preventing immigrants here illegally from obtaining abortion.
The site aimed to “expose” the Trump administration.
“It's time for us to unite and fight back against these destructive policies,” the tool declared. “Together, we can sound the alarm and make sure everyone has the freedom and opportunity to live full, healthy lives — without politicians controlling when, how, or why.”
Everyone – except the unborn. Then again, this is the same magazine that was “flabbergasted” that a fetus on a Newsweek cover looked “more like a baby” instead of an “actual pregnancy.”