CBS Show 'Mom' Sacrifices Emmy Campaign Funds For Planned Parenthood

The show should really change its name.

The CBS show Mom will donate all $250,000 of its Emmy campaign money to the abortion mill Planned Parenthood. They really should change the show's name. 

According to Red Alertthe show has scored numerous Emmys and planned to spend $250,000 to snag a few more, but "at last minute, however, they changed their plans and decided to donate all the funds to Planned Parenthood instead."

Sue Dunlap, CEO and President of Planned Parenthood in Los Angeles, relished the donation, saying in a statement their "generous" funds will save many women, neglecting to say "kill many babies."

“In Los Angeles County alone, we answer approximately 2,000 calls each day from people asking us for help,” said Dunlap. “Across the country, millions of women and men are relying on Planned Parenthood health centers for their basic care — like birth control, life-saving cancer-screenings, and STD testing and treatment."

"We are committed to being here for them, no matter what. Generous support from our community fuels this work, and we are honored that the team behind Mom is launching this campaign at this critical time."

The show's stars have also supported the move, most especially, actress Alison Janney, who has a record of supporting the organization.

Planned Parenthood honcho Cecile Richards gave her some love:

 

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