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Evil Acts at Planned Parenthood

The Left's twisted logic about the attack at Planned Parenthood.

Nate Jackson · Nov. 30, 2015

An Iraq War veteran, a woman, and a police officer were murdered Friday by a psychopath. Each victim leaves behind two children. Yet because those murders took place not in the streets of Chicago but a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, the Left immediately began attacking pro-lifers and pushing its anti-gun message. Even Barack Obama weighed in, though he ignores most of the murders that take place on Democrat poverty plantations. The deranged killer reportedly said something about “no more baby parts,” a seeming reference to the string of videos revealing Planned Parenthood’s baby-parts trafficking. The nation’s largest abortion mill and its Leftmedia sycophants call these videos “discredited,” but that’s wishful thinking. None of the victims was a Planned Parenthood worker, and, in fact, the officer was a Christian and an outspoken pro-life advocate who died defending abortionists.

Instead of blaming the evil actions of a sick individual, Planned Parenthood blamed the “hateful rhetoric” of conservatives “that reportedly fed this shooter’s rage.” Yet that “hateful rhetoric” is merely describing what Planned Parenthood is doing — killing babies and selling their organs in apparent violation of federal law, all while reaping $500 million a year from taxpayers.

Meanwhile, the same leftists so eager to smear all conservatives with the terrible actions of one man refuse to acknowledge the radical Islamic rationale for terrorism worldwide. They also weren’t exactly quick to take blame for the man who opened fire at the headquarters of the Family Research Council after the leftist Southern Poverty Law Center accused FRC of being a “hate group.”

According to the National Abortion Federation, 11 people have now died in “antiabortion violence” since 1977. Since 1973’s Roe v. Wade decision, nearly 58 million children have lost their lives.

There’s no defending what this man did in Colorado. If he was truly upset about fetal-organ harvesting, the answer isn’t violence. You don’t defend the sanctity of life by taking it away. And every truly pro-life person will say the same thing, condemning murder no matter the age of the victim.

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