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Being in foster care is better than being dead says kid to abortion activist

Posted in AHA with tags , , , , , , , on September 29, 2015 by saynsumthn

Todd Bullis regularly stands outside churches and high schools in Little Elm, Texas to show the reality of abortion.

Todd Bullis school.

He calls himself an abortion abolitionist but is often referred to as the most hated man in the city.

He has been opposed by parents, school staff and even a councilman by the name of Nick Musteen.

Bullis has some unique conversations with students, parents, post-abortive women, and others he agitates with his graphic images of the abortion victims.

Foster kid talks to Todd Bullis abortion

Below is one of those conversations, a discussion with a foster child.

The sweet little girl recently learned that Todd and his wife had several foster kids, prompting her to speak to him.

She tells Bullis that being in foster care is much better than being dead from an abortion.

Watch below:

Mayor to anti-abortion activist: I have no greater admiration than anyone who stands up against evil

Posted in AHA, Texas Abortion with tags , , , , , , , on September 23, 2014 by saynsumthn

After several weeks of protesting outside a high school in Little Elm, Texas, and anti-abortion activist who was the target of the local media and parents who opposed his tactics has received support from a high ranking political figure.

For weeks anti-abortion abolitionist Todd Bullis, founder of the Abolitionist Society of Little Elm, has positioned himself in front of Little Elm High School, located just outside the Dallas metroplex to show kids what an abortion really looks like.

Todd Bullis school.

Bullis’ signs outside the school were described as graphic because they depicted aborted children.

Bullis became the target of a few outraged parents, who organized a counter protest which was caught on camera by a local Dallas TV station.

The parents, in an attempt to mock Bullis, labeled themselves the Goofy Sign Brigade, and held up silly signs meant to deter from Bullis’ impact.

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Goofy Sign Brigade


Hillock David - Flag_Lg But, in an ironic twist, the attention meant to discourage Bullis has instead brought him support from Little Elm’s highest ranking politician, Mayor David Hillock.

Last Sunday, Mayor Hillock agreed to speak at Bullis’ church to address the controversy.

He began his speech by describing a former battle in this nation where people spoke out and where some became uncomfortable, the battle for freedom and civil rights for African Americans in America.

People were uncomfortable, people took sides,” Mayor Hillock explained about that fight for freedom, “People were killed over that one, but we don’t have to do that anymore.”

But people are still dying in this country,” said the Mayor, “just real little people, because people aren’t standing up for what they believe in.”

Today, in Little Elm,” the Mayor continued, “we’re contending with one [movement] that’s much the same, the abolition of abortion. Mr. Bullis and his family have taken a lot of grief in the past couple of weeks. But, they’ve taken it for the wrong reason. People aren’t opposed necessarily to the idea that Todd was trying to support they were upset about the way the message was presented.

The mayor then said he did not really believe with the way the counter protesters reacted to Bullis but that his job was to protect the Constitution and free speech.

He pointed out that if there had been a sign with butterflies that said “God loves you” the town would have had just as many people upset that there was a sign near the school that said God loves you. He also said that in America, you don’t have a right to not be offended and said he provided those complaining with a map on how they could drive to another entrance to avoid where Bullis was standing, stating that the comments that parents had that Bullis’ graphic abortion victim signs would scar their kids for life was kind of funny.

He then warned that there can be a risk if the message, albeit a good one, has a bad delivery.

But, Mayor Hillock returned to the issue at hand, and concluded, “Holding a sign on a corner is not extreme, even though it may be offensive to some. Holding a sign on a corner means you’re standing up for something. And, I will tell you the one thing I got out of this….finally, a man stood up for something in this country- we’re missing that. I have no greater admiration than anyone who stands up against evil. I also admire the strength that it takes to exercise the delivery of that message.”

Listen to the full speech here:

Goofy Sign Brigade faces off with Abortion Abolitionist

Posted in AHA, Planned Parenthood Teens, Sex Ed with tags , , , , , , , , on September 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

Todd Bullis Litte Elm

For weeks anti-abortion abolitionist Todd Bullis, founder of the Abolitionist Society of Little Elm, has positioned himself in front of a high school in the small Texas town where he resides.

Todd Bullis school.

Bullis doesn’t hide much about his anti-abortion message. His signs outside Little Elm High School are described as graphic because they depict aborted children. He regularly posts his conversations between the teens and various outraged residents on YouTube

A few parents, upset that Bullis was showing the teens what happens to unborn children in an abortion, took to the sidewalks in a counter protest and the drama was caught on camera by a local Dallas TV station.

Leading the Goofy Sign Brigade, is Little Elm parent Mary Watkins, who claims that she is pro-life and thinks Bullis has gone too far.

Her group picked the day that the Dallas news arrived to stand on the street under the exact same Constitutional freedom that Bullis claims he has been granted, to mock Bullis with goofy signs in an attempt to show the kids how to combat Bullis’ message.

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Goofy Sign Brigade

Bullis believes that it is important for these high schoolers to see this message since a majority of them may be faced with a decision to have an abortion in their life time.

Watkins disagrees siting two Elementary schools nearby.


Bullis has implemented Abolish Human Abortion’s Project Frontlines a plan that is viewed as controversial within the anti-abortion movement.

According to AHA, Project Frontlines is designed to bring the message of abolition to the doorsteps of government high schools and expose millions of students to the evil of abortion in the light of the Gospel.

One out of every four abortions in America is performed on a teenage girl,” they write on their website, “In Project Frontlines, we desire to reach these girls (and their potential and current boyfriends) with the truth before they find themselves compromising their purity or contemplating abortion. Countless girls are being led to the slaughter and being fed pro-choice misinformation in their government school education which is not only destroying the lives of countless pre-born human beings, but decimating the spiritual, and psychological state of our youth. We intend to reach students early, preemptively educate or reeducate them about the serious sin of abortion, and tell them the truth about sin, sex, and the way of life that leads to death…”

But…the effort is controversial because it exposes school kids to two subjects, religion and abortion. Both taboo!

However, whether you agree or disagree, abortion supporters already have their foot in the door of many public school with extremely graphic sex education which also promotes abortion.

According to the Little Elm Independent School District‘s website, a 2008 Denton County Community Services Directory for the students, includes abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood Denton Little ELm

Right on their website, Planned Parenthood tells kids they can receive care without parental consent:

PP Greater Texas

Nationwide, abortion giant Planned Parenthood has been criticized for their graphic marketing to teens. Perhaps Ms. Watkins and Mr. Bullis could team up to protect the kids from the potentially graphic nature of Planned Parenthood’s.

After all, one would assume that Ms. Watkins especially would be concerned about graphic images or videos or any propaganda put in front of children who attend the Little Elm school system:

Just what will Planned Parenthood show to school children? Here are some possibilities:


Explicit Body Descriptions:

What is Pre-Cum?

I didn’t Spew

The book Planned Parenthood sells for 10 year old kids called “It’s Perfectly Normal.” Click on the name to view. ( WARNING PORNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL)


The pictures from “It’s Perfectly Normal” contained pornographic images of cartoon characters engaging in various sex acts.

Parenthood’s web-site “Teen Talk” where “foreplay” is explicitly detailed and “outercourse” is promoted as safe sex, contraception, psychological relief and sexual fulfillment.

Maybe Planned Parenthood will hand these out to the children:


Or kids can learn this:
Planned Parenthood Sex Ed

Or they can watch this vid:
Its YourGame Planned Parenthood

But, not to worry Ms. Watkins and Mr. Bullis for if Planned Parenthood doesn’t get to your kids at the school- there is always the internet with despicable videos like these (here).

And should Little Elm’s kids actually get in front of a Planned Parenthood Counselor, they will get quite the graphic education in possibly adult sex acts like BDSM and more. (here)

Giving this reality, will we soon see Mr. Bullis’ graphic abortion signs alongside Ms. Watkin’s Goofy signs in front of Planned Parenthood? Your guess is as good as mine.