The National Abortion Federation is still facing one crisis that will make pro-life Americans smile

Melinda Gates recently pledged to donate $1 billion to the Abortion Lobby over the next two years.

This breaks down to more than $1 million per day for two full years.

But the National Abortion Federation is still facing one crisis that will make pro-life Americans smile.

The Pro-Life movement has always been outraised and outspent by the Abortion Lobby.

From 2019 to 2021, Planned Parenthood received $1.78 billion in taxpayer funding. 

They also received over $90 million in PPP loans that were meant to help small business owners stay afloat during the pandemic.

That’s roughly $1 billion in taxpayer dollars per year for the Abortion Lobby.

And this doesn’t include the billions of dollars in donations from pro-abortion elites across the globe.

Melinda Gates, the billionaire ex-wife of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, recently pledged to spend $1 billion over the next two years on the abortion issue.

The donations will go to pro-abortion organizations such as The Roosevelt Institute, The 19th, and the Center for Reproductive Rights.

But despite billions of dollars in government funding and private donations, the National Abortion Federation (NAF) was forced to slash its hotline budget in half due to a drop in donations.

CEO Brittany Fonteno told Bloomberg’s Kelsey Butler that donations spiked after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

“After the ruling, there was immediate outrage and an outpouring of donations to services that help patients access abortion care across the country,” she said.

However, the high soon wore off and donations tanked.

“But two years later, we are facing an abortion access crisis — and we need those who made sweeping commitments to make good on their promises to help people access abortions now and in the future,” she said.

She pointed to the National Abortion Hotline being forced to cut its budget in half as an example of the problems facing the Left.

In 2023, the Hotline provided financial assistance for an abortion to more than 106,000 people.

“The Hotline recently announced that we must reduce the amount we offer per patient and decrease our overall patient assistance spending by nearly 50% per month — or we will run out of funds before the end of the year, leaving tens of thousands of people without any support,” she said.

This is good news for unborn babies.

Without an influx of funds, they won’t be able to pay for nearly as many abortions as they did in 2023.

“Many of these patients would not have been able to access an abortion without this vital support,” she wrote.

The Abortion Lobby has always dominated the Pro-Life community when it comes to fundraising.

But even the Abortion Lobby is not immune from financial woes in Joe Biden’s economy.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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