International abortion chain posts sick celebration of procedure, thanks providers for ‘saving lives’
Consider Marie Stopes International, an abortion chain that is using the COVID crisis to thank abortionists for … saving lives.
“Wishing we could send our abortion providers a slice of this cake!” the group said with a cake emoji as well as a smiley face with a tongue out.
“Although they don’t wear capes, our MSI providers are superheroes. In the midst of a pandemic, they’re working hard to save lives and empower women,” the April 17 post read.
“Our Ghana call center is now working remotely, and responded to 422 calls in one day, referring 88 women to service providers. In countries under lockdown, clinics have worked to remain open while serving clients safely,” it continued.
“We are sending all abortion providers so much love. Thank you for the work that you do!”
So thanks, abortion providers! Here’s a cake for you. It’ll make you feel better about the fact that you kill babies.
This … didn’t go over well.
“There are true health care workers that are fighting hard to save lives, and then there are people like you that celebrate taking them? Twisted. Don’t you dare make out like you’re a hero on the front lines!” one response read.
“You recognize of course that you are killing half the people that you are talking about here? A mother and baby enter, and a mother is all that leaves alive,” another person said.
“You should actually close these death factories to save lives,” another said.
But then, we shouldn’t be surprised. Marie Stopes International’s Facebook page is festooned with its hashtagged slogan, @SmashAbortionStigma.
Abortion is murder whether it’s done in Ghana or the United States. There’s nothing “life-saving” about it. These are self-mythologizers who think they’re working on the medical front lines as other medical professionals risk their lives with COVID-19 patients.
Even if you believe abortion isn’t murder, this is still akin to a plastic surgeon saying he saves lives. “If it weren’t for a nose job, these people might have committed suicide.”
Abortion is an elective procedure — and one that, according to even some of its proponents, should be “safe, legal and rare.”
It’s not something we should be celebrating as the real heroes of the COVID-19 crisis risk their lives on a daily basis.