A host of musicians have banded together to oppose US pro-life laws, as part of a new campaign by global abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Foo Fighters, Nicki Minaj, and 131 other musicians are endorsing the abortionist’s campaign Bans Off My Body.
It is a reaction to the recent moves by lawmakers in 14 US states including Alabama, Louisiana and Georgia, to introduce laws which protect unborn children from abortion.
Planned Parenthood said the artists were saying abortion “is about the same type of freedom that allows them to create music and speak their truth”.
It also claimed that laws to protect women and the unborn “put our lives and futures at risk”, and are “stripping away our freedoms”.
The musicians’ names appeared alongside a statement declaring that politicians should reject pro-life laws in favour of pro-abortion ones.
While Planned Parenthood’s interim CEO Alexis McGill Johnson said such politicians are out-of-touch, recent surveys suggest the US public is more pro-life than pro-abortion.
56 per cent of registered voters surveyed in a Scot Rasmussen poll said that abortion should be banned once a heartbeat can be detected.
And a Gallup poll revealed 53 per cent of Americans say abortion should be legal only in “few” or “no” circumstances.