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Planned Parenthood is endorsing Joe Biden for president.
The abortion giant announced the endorsement through its political action arm and put out a pre-produced video statement highlighting Biden's support for so-called reproductive rights.
Biden: "We will protect women's constitutional right to choose."
Joe Biden is a phony Catholic who supports abortion, homosexuality and transgenderism.
He promises to renew taxpayer funding for abortion overseas — something President Donald Trump put a clamp on in his first days in office.
Biden: "Together, we're going to reverse the global gag rule and the domestic gag rule, restoring the Title X program."
Last October, a priest in South Carolina refused to give Biden Holy Communion in accord with canon law, which says public leaders who oppose Church teaching must not be permitted to receive the Eucharist.
Biden: "I can't justify leaving millions of women without access to the care they need and the ability to exercise their constitutionally protected right."
Facing off against Biden, President Trump maintains strong support from pro-lifers.
Back in January, pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List announced it would spend tens of millions of dollars to help Trump get re-elected.
Planned Parenthood has endorsed every Democratic presidential candidate since 2004, when Sen. John Kerry — a phony Catholic, like Biden — ran against Republican President George W. Bush.
Pro-life leaders warn a Biden presidency would be a devastating blow to the right to life of unborn children.
"It's a disappointment when he tries to claim to be Catholic and throws the teachings out the window," said Fr. Frank Pavone.
Election Day draws near. But the Wuhan virus pandemic, the resulting shutdown of the economy, and the protests and riots related to police brutality have tossed a wrench into any meaningful predictions about the outcome of the presidential race.