Abortion is a "sacred blessing"?
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The following is part 2 of Ep. 460: At the ACLJ, we repeat a phrase that sounds shocking until you understand the rationale behind the strong words – the truth. Big Abortion, the clinics, Planned Parenthood, and their various lobbying arms worship at the altar of abortion. It is, in many ways, a religion unto itself.
The latest example can be found in a billboard campaign run by the largest abortion clinic in Cleveland, OH. In their new billboard campaign, the first message to go up is, “abortion is a blessing.”
Here is how the abortion business actually explains why its billboard campaign is so important: “Abortion is a normal and necessary part of people’s lives.”
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