Pro-abortionists blame “hateful rhetoric,” a phrase used by Planned Parenthood in a statement, for the shootings at the Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Like clockwork and in unision, pro-abortion supporters took up the Planned Parenthood media handbook on how to divert attention from what happens daily at Planned Parenthood facilities: unborn babies are killed:
“According to CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin, conservative ‘rhetoric’ ‘tossed fuel’ onto the fire that is the abortion debate. The journalist appeared on The View, Monday, and demanded Republicans be held accountable in the wake of a Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting last week. Hostin blamed, ‘I don’t think we can ignore the rhetoric that has been out there from the Republican Party, from the right.’”
It’s obvious that pro-life/anti-abortion activists have been greatly restrained in their response to the incriminating videos that show what happens at Planned Parenthood facilities. The only violence that has taken place is with the abortionists.
If the murdering, hacking, and selling were not occurring, there would be no exposé, there would be no ‘Planned Parenthood videos’ in the first place. But there are. The violence is real, it is widespread, and it is now public.
“Let’s be clear: there is no ‘hateful rhetoric.’ There are no ‘smear campaigns.’ There are documented facts. The facts show that the most widespread systematic violence in this nation occurs at the hands of abortionists and their clients. Child murder is [an]unbelievable routine in this country. Parents sacrifice their children in bloody rituals on the altar of convenience, sometimes even hoping to assuage their own guilt. Abortionists provide the altar, and they sell the human meat in the market afterward.
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