Former first daughter Barbara Bush to speak at Planned Parenthood fundraiser

President Bush, upon leaving office, touted a high rating from Planned Parenthood for support.

He, like every Republican President since Reagan, reinstated the Mexico City (global gag) ruling in the first days of his Presidency.

During a June interview with The New York Times, Bush discussed how her organization hopes to help create awareness for Planned Parenthood and similar organizations.

Having said that, Bush was relatively moderate compared to others.

Since the release in 2015 of undercover videos that alleged the abortion chain harvests the body parts of aborted babies and sells them for profit, Planned Parenthood has only been able to rely on progressive activist judges who have stopped at least a dozen states from redirecting its taxpayer funding to other healthcare centers that provide more comprehensive care without performing abortions. His wife, Laura Bush, supports abortion.

The 35-year-old appears to be making a big ideological break from her father, President George W. Bush, and grandfather, President George H.W. Bush - both pro-life Republicans.

In fact, it seems she's quite the opposite. She publicly joined forces with the Human Rights Campaign and spoke out about supporting same-sex marriage.

You might be surprised to hear that Barbara Bush will be Planned Parenthood's keynote speaker at the Fort Worth luncheon on March 1.

His words were posted above a link to a story that highlighted how Bush's daughter Barbara is set to deliver a speech at the Planned Parenthood fundraiser - and not just any speech, but the keynote address.

Tickets go from $150 to $20,000 and the proceeds go to Planned Parenthood.

"Bush is also the CEO and co-founder of Global Health Corps, a non-profit organization whose website says its vision is to "[advance] social justice through the health equity movement".