“Hate and war” how intolerant abortion advocates described pro-life crosses

Apparently today’s pro-choicers are a little soft and very easily offended!

Case in point, when a pro-life cross display representing children killed from legal abortion went up on a college campus, pro-choicers had a tizzy.

A video uploaded to YouTube shows the abortion supporters protesting the display at the Central Library Mall of the University of Texas-Arlington.

The 2,900 pro-life crosses were put up by the group, Pro-Life Mavericks.

Prolife Maverick Signs

Now, I have been in this movement a very long time and I have witnessed pro-choicers get upset about a lot of things before….but…crosses?

Apparently, as abortion advocate Olivia Frost explains – the crosses tell abortion supporters “we can go to hell.”

Olivia Frost

Then there was pro-choicer Cody Needham and he “just wants to have a discussion.


Cody Needham abortion disciussion

If you’re going to hate,” Cody said, “at least tell us why you hate. That way we can at least have this general forum without just yelling at each other. That’s what starts wars- that’s what starts fights.”

Hate? Pro-life crosses are hate?

Get a spine man!!!

So – what was the group’s solution?

Get the pro-life display taken down- removed- censored from their campus.

And when campus admin wouldn’t do it – someone did:

Prolife Maverick crosses stolen

Thankfully, the group later found them hidden behind some walls on the other side of the street.

Please fill me in, just who is hating here again?

One Response to ““Hate and war” how intolerant abortion advocates described pro-life crosses”

  1. deaconmike51907 Says:

    Reblogged this on News With a Catholic View.

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