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This One Tweet Shows The Difference Between Pro-Life And Pro-Abortion Advocates Perfectly!


Cosmopolitan magazine may have had the perfect tweet to help demonstrate the difference between those who are okay with aborting babies, and those who are strongly pro-life.

In fact, you’d only have to change one minor detail in the tweet to show the difference.

Here’s Cosmo’s message:

And here is the message that those who believe life is precious would release:

Texas women are having more babies since Planned Parenthood was defunded Capture

Notice the difference? Cosmo and anti-life liberals think more living babies gets a frowny face. Pro-life advocates think that deserves a happy face.

It wasn’t just Cosmo that believes more babies is a bad thing either.

Via LifeNews:

Vox is a liberal website whose calling card is explaining the news, but a disturbing belief slipped out on Feb. 3 from one of its head writers as she discussed the effects of Planned Parenthood’s defunding in Texas: More babies being born is a bad thing.

The Vox piece does not even imply this. It repeatedly stresses the issue of new babies, and even in its title makes issue of the fact that when Texas blocked abortion providers from the state-run Women’s Health Program (WHP), which provides low-income Texas women with family planning services, Texas women “had more babies.” Whether one supports access to birth control, or even abortion access, the rest of the article paints a picture of the intentions of many abortion advocates that is chilling.

Intelligent people of various viewpoints can thoughtfully debate how best to prevent unplanned pregnancies and provide health care. But when the main argument against a changed law is that more poor people will be born, it darkens the pro-abortion position in an often ignored and evil way.

Check out this video regarding the effects of defunding Planned Parenthood in Texas:

Comment: Is defunding Planned Parenthood a good thing? Isn’t having babies instead of having them aborted a good things? Share your thoughts below.