March 19, 2019 (Live Action News) - Last week, the shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, horrified the entire world. A man, allegedly a white supremacist, live-streamed his attack as he gunned down innocent worshippers inside two mosques. The death toll was 50 people, with their ages ranging from a two-year-old to a 71-year-old. People almost immediately began sending their sympathies and expressing outrage; Planned Parenthood, the abortion corporation, likewise wasted no time doing the same. In a tweet that earned the abortion corporation many rebukes, Planned Parenthood rightly said that all people deserve to live free from fear and violence. What the company seemed to miss was the terrible irony in its statement.
It's rich for Planned Parenthood to say that everyone deserves to live free from fear or violence, no matter where he lives, considering that Planned Parenthood's entire business model is centered around targeting human beings for violence based solely upon where they live. After all, it's a scientific fact that preborn children are human beings, with beating hearts just 16-21 days after fertilization and detectable brain waves as early as six weeks. One of Planned Parenthood's own abortionists, Dr. Lisa Harris, has admitted that abortion is an act of violence against a human being in the womb - and yet, she continues to commit abortions.
The Endowment for Human Development, an unbiased non-profit organization, outlines numerous facts concerning fetal development, all of which proves the humanity of preborn children. Yet they are still considered fair game when it comes to violence, simply because they reside within their mother's womb.
The tweet itself is right, in that no one should be targeted for violence because of race or religion, or because of where he lives, or because of a possible disability. Yet that's exactly what Planned Parenthood does, every single day. So for the company to claim that these are principles it holds is laughable; these are nothing more than empty words to an organization that takes more than 330,000 human lives every year.