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Pro-Choice Group Features Broken Baby Cookies to Support Abortion

Pro-choicers go to great lengths not to use the term “babies” when it comes to unborn children. Which is what makes it ironic that a University of North Georgia pro-abortion group decide to feature cookies in the shape of said babies to promote keeping abortion legal.

Worse than just featuring the cookies, the group chose to break them in half, which can only be a reference to what happens to infants when they are torn apart in the womb during an abortion.  They were reportedly chomping off the heads and laughing about it as well.

God help us.​

The group’s table included papers that read “Abortion should remain legal because . . .” with room for students to fill in the blank with things like “My vagina is too pretty to let a fetus crawl out,” and, “A woman controls her own body.”

Never mind that the very representation of the cookies is a fully distinct & unique second human body that exists inside a pregnant woman. But, ya know, details.  

One person noted that abortion should remain legal because it’s “constitutionally protected.” Sure, it’s legal thanks to Roe v. Wade, but abortion isn’t mentioned in the Constitution and I’m guessing the right to kill one’s own child wasn’t what the framers had in mind.

Speaking of historical documents, what about the Declaration of Independence? We have a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That’s right — but ALL human beings clearly do not have access to this right to life.

A Students for Life group came to promote their stance on Georgia’s campus, chalking pro-life messages on a nearby sidewalk and offering prayers and educational materials for passersby.

As the Georgia Right to Life Facebook page put it: “Pro-abortion activists: 4 white guys with baby shaped cookies and protest signs. Pro-life activists: 8 girls with free education materials and praying with students who are grieving after abortion. The contrast is so distinct it’s almost funny.”

Pro-abortion activists: 4 white guys with baby shaped cookies and protest signs. Pro-life activists: 8 girls with free…

Posted by Georgia Right to Life on Thursday, April 14, 2016

The cookie visual reminds people that abortion is the literal dismemberment of human child. So thanks for making our point even more clear, guys.

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