A group of pro-abortion college students arranged a disturbing “Thank An Abortionist Day”, and many pro-life students created a perfect response to the extremely radical event.
The Planned Parenthood Generation Action group at University of Mary Washington in Virginia hosted an event where “the group wrote ‘thank-you notes’ to abortionists in advance of National Abortion Provider Appreciation Day, which was Sunday, March 10th,” according to Students for Life of America.
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Looking beyond how disturbing it is that “National Abortion Provider Appreciation Day” is even a thing, this college group actually had a pizza party to celebrate doctors who make a living killing babies. The pro-choice crowd tries to normalize abortion as just “another medical procedure”. If that’s the case, when is “National Endoscopy Provider Appreciation Day”? The double standard is amazing.
Fortunately, the Students for Life group on the same campus didn’t sit by the wayside as this went down. The proactive group “organized cards to go to abortionists with information on the group And Then There Were None (ATTWN)” – the group headed up by former Planned Parenthood manager Abby Johnson, that encourages abortion workers to leave the industry.
Students for Life president Kristan Hawkins said about the incident:
“I can think of no other situation where we thank people who deliberately kill innocent human life. Thanking abortionists just shows that groups like Planned Parenthood and NARAL are in fact pro-abortion. This is just one more reason we must defund groups like Planned Parenthood, who are more concerned about lining the pockets of abortionists and their own bottom line than providing real healthcare.”
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