Pro-abort, social media hysteria is at an all-time high, especially this month.
March is Women’s History Month. This past Wednesday was “A Day Without A Woman”, and demonstrations took place all across the country. Women are just so oppressed in the United States, after all.
On Friday, “oppressed” women took to social media to celebrate abortionists with the hashtag #CelebrateAbortionProviders. Those who by their own hands take lives on a daily basis are regarded as heroes to the pro-abort Left. Of course, Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest abortion provider, was eager to promote the celebration of those who commit legal homicide.
We’re grateful to the compassionate and courageous doctors, nurses, physician assistants, and health center staff who work every day to keep patients healthy and ensure they have access to the reproductive health care they need — including safe and legal abortion.
On Twitter, the celebratory mood was as revolting as you might imagine.
— Planned Parenthood (@ppnnehealth) March 10, 2017
— Shift. (@shift_stigma) March 10, 2017
— CenterforReproRights (@ReproRights) March 10, 2017
Do all those hearts represent the millions upon millions of beating hearts that were violently stopped for convenience? Just curious.
And it got even worse…
— LPJ League (@LPJLeague) March 10, 2017
— Orawkums Newrock (@oreawku) March 10, 2017
Many who protect and promote abortion will often say that it is not celebrated. Friday’s “we love abortionists!” mood on social media says otherwise.
Pro-aborts conflate legality with morality. Just because abortion is legal does not make it right. This is lost on them as they slobber over the ability to take a life in the womb with not only zero repercussions, but actually praise and celebration. And this is progress?
G.K. Chesterton said it best:
“To have a right to do a thing is not at all the same as to be right in doing it.”
I hope one day our nation will look back on abortion as we now do slavery, and wonder how it was ever permitted.