Planned Parenthood Accidentally Made This Excellent Argument Against Abortion

Planned Parenthood uses a lot of well-crafted political rhetoric to disguise the ugliness of its abortion practices.

And it works for those who ignore the fact that an abortion destroys an innocent human being’s life. But for most others, it’s apparent that Planned Parenthood sometimes contradicts its own arguments in support of abortion.

This week on Twitter was one of those times.

On Tuesday, the abortion group’s political arm tweeted: “No one should fear that those entrusted to protect them will harm them without accountability. Freedom from violence is reproductive justice.”

No one should fear that those entrusted to protect them will harm them without accountability. Freedom from violence is reproductive justice

— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) May 2, 2017

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It’s actually a good point by Planned Parenthood. The problem is the abortion group excludes certain people from its argument, namely babies in the womb.

The Daily Wire’s Amanda Prestigiacomo responded:

Apply this logic to an unborn baby: Doesn’t a baby deserve to be free from violence, instead of having its skulls crushed, its brains sucked out and having its limbs being torn piece-by-piece like so many abortionists do to the unborn? Wouldn’t that be “justice”?

But to Planned Parenthood, the unborn humans inside of a womb have no rights; they exist to advance the lucrative nonprofit’s bottom line and advance “female empowerment.”

The abortion chain makes millions of dollars every year violently destroying the lives of babies in the womb, and leaves countless women emotionally and physically scarred by the experience. That is not compassionate or just.

To Planned Parenthood, non-violence and reproductive justice are values to be defended only when they are convenient for its own “non-profit” business.

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