NARAL holds Men for Choice event to push abortion rights
Nothing seems more unusual for so-called “women’s rights” than a bunch of Brochoice men getting together to promote abortion all while using the name of a radical FEMALE advocate of population control!
In promoting the event the Massachusetts abortion lobby group incorrectly titled it the Ruth Bader GINsberg which, if spelled correctly would be Ginsburg – but- you can’t expect abortion advocates to get their facts straight- right?
Maybe they got the spelling off this old tweet their national office sent out in 2014:
Hey- I completely understand how one could make a mistake in spelling- I do it all the time- but- Ginsburg is the abortion lobby darling- I mean- how could they mess that up?
Oh…look – someone must have caught their mistake – NARAL corrected the spelling:
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an advocate of population control otherwise known as eugenics:
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said , “I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”
Recently the good Justice expounded on which populations we don’t want too many of – the poor !
In an interview with Bloomberg’s Greg Stohr and Matthew Winkler, the radically pro-abortion Justice says that restricting abortion targets the poor – uh – the exact same people she once said abortion was created for.
Is that not ironic?
Ginsburg was asked if American women should be concerned about all the abortion restrictions across the county.
Ginsburg replied, “Women should be concerned because abortion restrictions in practical effect target poor women and poor women only.”
But…I digress…Back to NARAL’s Men for Choice celebration:
NARAL’s Men for Choice event looked pretty boring based on their tweets:
However, this tweet of an old man sitting on the floor with a little child to advocate abortion was pretty disturbing and read, “Spotted at #MenForChoice 2015: multiple generations of activists. The future of #ReproRights is looking bright.”
Well…I doubt that. If the future of abortion rights is to beg support from men – I would say it is in deep trouble!