'The Price is Right' donates $97K to Planned Parenthood on behalf of drag queen Ru Paul
America's longest-running game show donated nearly $100,000 to the largest abortion provider in the nation in a recent episode featuring drag queen RuPaul.
In a May 11 primetime special of the "The Price is Right," during the final showcase showdown â€” which occurs at the end of every program â€” contestants won $97,266 in both cash and prizes. The show made a matching contribution to Planned Parenthood, the charity of RuPaul's choice.
Planned Parenthood's 2018-2019 annual report shows that the group performed 345,672 abortions procedures in 2018, the highest number in recent years, an approximately 4% increase from 2017. The business also does not provide services to pregnant women....
We did run a British version of this show for a few years a couple of decades ago; I think it was in the late afternoon or early evening on ITV, the commercial rival to the state approved BBC, (the one for all television viewers have to pay a compulsory licence fee). ITV carried adverts, and was made up of separate regional companies, but now all merged into one. I think it had two successive hosts, one called Lesley Crowther, and I forgot the name of the other one. I never liked this show, it always seemed to cater to the worst consumerist aspects. There was a kind of â€śboobyâ€ť prize, Dusty Bin!! It did have some brief popularity, but the British tend to actually prefer quiz shows, and â€śThe Price is Rightâ€ť was discontinued here after a while, unless it is running on a cable channel.
As to the wickedness of RuPaul and his abortion donation, I guess the drag queens are fed up with not being able to brainwash little children with their perverseness in public libraries, which are now closed due to the lockdown!!
That show was always craven. I lived in a era when during deer season men would drive in from a hunt with their limit on a carry all, field dressed their deer for the coming winter. Most of the old folks were musicians in my family. Saturday night was fiddling and banjo picking, church on Sunday. And you didnâ€™t watch day time television because you were employed. The world is worse for wear. Celebrating an effeminate sodmite on a game show is evident of Godâ€™s judgement on our land. And when the Lord judges a nation, all the people suffer.
There are so many ironies in this article. A show called "The Price is Right" donates money on behalf of a man who is called a "queen" to an organization whose primary purpose is to kill unborn babies. This man can only sire babies but never nourish them. What a drag!?