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MTV Rejects Pro-life Ad While Staying in Bed With Planned Parenthood

Here is the pro-life commercial that MTV is refusing to air while continuing their partnership with Planned Parenthood; the nations largest child killing organization in America.

MTV pulled the ad because Heroic Media, the organization behind the ad is the same group who put up the pro-life billboards that have been removed in NYC. The billboards are trying to show the truth that the abortion industry targets minorities and have caused a huge controversy. The ad that Heroic media had running on MTV however had nothing to do with the billboard campaign. reported:

According to Heroic Media, an MTV sales representative who notified them that they would no longer run their ads indicated that MTV President, Stephen Friedman, made the decision.

According to the sales representative, MTV, “Was in the works with doing a partnership with Planned Parenthood and different opportunities for PSA’s when he decided that he did not want to run Heroic Media on MTV.”

I find it funny that around the time MTV is partnering with Planned Parenthood they then decide to drop the ads; it seems pretty obvious to me that PP had something to do with it.

Lifesitenews also pointed out

“On their website, MTV has listed Planned Parenthood as an adoption referral resource. However, while Planned Parenthood reported performing 332,278 abortions in the United States in 2009, in the same year they made 977 adoption referrals.” 

Read the full Lifesite article at

Planned Parenthood tries to make people think they are not really an abortion business when in reality they do over 25% of the nations abortions each day. They have also recently announced that all Planned Parenthood affiliates will be required to offer abortion.

Here is how you can contact MTV and let them know what you think:

ACTION: Contact MTV at MTV Networks, c/o MTV Studios, 1515 Broadway, New York, New York 10036 or go to


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