The American Civil Liberties Union, often a partner with the abortion industry in lawsuits, plans to spend a huge amount to support pro-abortion candidates in the 2018 midterm elections.
Politico reports the liberal non-profit has at least $25 million slated to promote abortion and other liberal issues in the upcoming elections. The ACLU does not have a political action committee, so it cannot directly support or endorse candidates; it can, however, support issues, according to the Christian Post.
The pro-abortion legal group said it will release an election scorecard with candidates’ positions, statements and votes on various issues. It also plans to run advertisements, town hall meetings and phone banks leading up to the midterm elections, according to the report.
The ACLU is a multi-issue group, but abortion is one of its key focuses. It often partners with Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses to challenge pro-life laws and regulations.
Currently, the group is challenging the Trump administration’s new life-affirming policies for unaccompanied immigrant minors and refugees. Late last year, the ACLU forced the administration to help facilitate an abortion for an illegal immigrant minor.
A few weeks later, the pro-abortion legal group filed a class action lawsuit against the U.S. Health and Human Services Department to force it to facilitate abortions for the young girls in its care.
The ACLU argues that the government should not give money to Catholic aid programs because they do not refer or provide abortions or birth control to young, unaccompanied minor refugees and immigrants, the New York Times reported. In the lawsuit, it argues that the agencies are legally required to provide access to contraception and abortion because they receive government funding.
The ACLU and Hawaiian abortion activists also are suing the federal government in a case that could force every pharmacy in America to sell dangerous abortion drugs.
Abortionists are GHOULS: