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“Who Wants to be A Millionaire” Faces Backlash For Fundraising For Planned Parenthood

Brenna Lewis - 08 Jun 2020

“Who Wants to be a Millionaire” used to be a popular show among most Americans. Many people would tune in every week to watch host Regis Philbin’s banter with the guests, and to see if they could answer the questions asked to the participant.

But now the show has joined the list of pro-abortion shows that are catering to the abortion activists and using their platform to fundraise for Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion vendor. This comes after “The Price Is Right” used its platform to help fundraise money for Planned Parenthood as well.

This last Thursday, Andy Cohen, who finally has a chance to be on a major TV network, since his late-night show usually lives on Bravo, a station you watch when there’s nothing good on the Home Shopping Network, was on the show. Because he supports the abortion of 345,672 people, he wanted to raise money for Planned Parenthood, which committed 345,672 abortions last year against innocent preborn babies, killing them and harming their moms. reports, “a special celebrity episode of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” will feature CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and talk show host Andy Cohen playing for charity, according to The Streamable.

One of those charities is the billion-dollar abortion chain Planned Parenthood, which aborted more than 345,000 unborn babies last year. Cohen appears to be the one who chose the abortion group as his charity, based on an Entertainment Weekly report, while Cooper apparently chose the Spike’s K9 Fund.”

The show is now hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, who became famous by being crude and derogatory towards women. It’s actually a good match if you think about it; Planned Parenthood routinely abuses and exploits women, and Kimmel became famous by being abusive and derogatory towards women. So it’s no wonder the two go together well.

The decision by the show led to a backlash.


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