Patriots’ Damien Harris expresses support for Planned Parenthood for campaign, rejected before loss

Running to Damien Harris, the New England Patriots supported Planned Parenthood in Thursday night’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

Harris wore the Planned Parenthood logo on his boots as part of the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats campaign.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to represent @PPAdvocacyMA and support women in America in the fight against the regulation of their bodies,” she tweeted. “#HerBodyHerChoice.”

After tweeting on Wednesday, Harris was eliminated for the match on Thursday. The Patriots lost the game 24-10.

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New England Patriots’ Damien Harris #37 carries the ball against the New York Jets in the first quarter at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on November 20, 2022.
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Harris’ Planned Parenthood campaign, Roe v. It comes months after Wade broke down. After the Supreme Court delivered its decision, more than a dozen states introduced so-called “trigger laws” to ban most abortions.

In May, Harris reacted to the leak about the view to the Supreme Court draft.

“This is wrong,” he tweeted.

Harris wasn’t the only one to share an opinion on the matter. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow also reacted on Instagram in June.

New England Patriots' #37 Damien Harris running the ball with New York Jets #4 DJ Reed in the first half at MetLife Stadium on October 30, 2022, in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

New England Patriots’ #37 Damien Harris running the ball with New York Jets #4 DJ Reed in the first half at MetLife Stadium on October 30, 2022, in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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The post, shared on multiple social media accounts, started with the words “I am not a fan of killing babies” and conveyed several hypothetical situations as to why a woman would choose to have an abortion.

The post read, in part, “I am pro-Becky who learned at the 20-week anatomy scan that the baby she was so excited to bring into this world was developing without her life-sustaining organs.”

“I’m a pro of Susan who was sexually assaulted on her way home from work, but a month later, when she got a positive pregnancy test, I came to the gruesome realization that the attacker had planted her seed.”

The post shook up a few other assumptions.

New England Patriots running back Damien Harris, 37, runs with the ball during the warm-ups before the Minnesota Vikings vs New England Patriots game on November 24, 2022 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN.

New England Patriots running back Damien Harris, 37, runs with the ball during the warm-ups before the Minnesota Vikings vs New England Patriots game on November 24, 2022 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN.
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The post concluded, “You can argue and say I’m as pro-choice as you want, but the truth is: I’m pro-life. Their lives. Women’s lives.”

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