While most Americans will be honoring those who lost their lives on 9/11, including first responders and police officers, Democrat Senatorial candidate John Fetterman will be holding a rally with a pro-abortion group that was organized by an anti-cop activist.

The ‘Women for Fetterman’ rally has lined up Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Alexis Johnson.

Johnson has made anti-cop statements in the past and Planned Parenthood has explicitly stated that it supports the ‘Defund the Police’ movement.

The decision to hold a pro-abortion, anti-cop rally on 9/11 is just one of many indications that Fetterman is anti-cop and soft on criminals.

Fetterman said that his top priority in the Senate would be to remove life sentences for convicted felons.

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He also allegedly has two convicted murderers in his employ for his election campaign for the Senate.

The Daily Caller Reports

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Democratic Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman will hold a pro-abortion rally with a group headed by an anti-cop activist on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, which claimed the lives of dozens of police officers, the The Washington Free Beacon reports.

The Sunday, “Women For Fetterman” rally will feature Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Alexis McGill Johnson, who tweeted in 2020 that “policing does not equal safety.”

Democratic Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman will hold a pro-abortion rally with a group headed by an anti-cop activist on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, which claimed the lives of dozens of police officers, the The Washington Free Beacon reports.

The Sunday, “Women For Fetterman” rally will feature Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Alexis McGill Johnson, who tweeted in 2020 that “policing does not equal safety.”

“Defunding the police means investing less in militarizing police forces and investing more in community-based solutions, education, and health care,” the site reads.

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