Abortion Activists Mock 40 Days for Life With Sacrilegious Prayers, Fake Website
by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 10/15/13 4:16 PM
Imitation continues to the be the sincerest form of flattery. Unable to cope with the positive effects of the 40 Days for Life prayer campaign — the closing of abortion centers, conversion of abortion clinic staff to the pro-life perspective, and reduction in abortions — they’re using sacrilegious prayers and fake websites to mock the campaign.
Abortion activists have put up a fake 40 Days for Tacos web site and have manipulated pictures the 40 Days for Life campaign has posted of pro-life advocates across the country by modifying their pictures with fake images of tacos and the mocking slogan “Pray to End Starvation.”
From the fake web site:
The 40 Days for Tacos North Dakota Campaign is in full swing simultaneously with 306 cities in ten countries on four continents. How great is our God, How great is His Name!
We are grateful to God for: a). the men sacrificing their sleep to sign up for the night hours, b). women faithfully taking regular hours and filling in when needed, c). college students coming in great numbers and witnessing to the world –especially in the evening hours, d). the families who come and share prayer time and the truth about tacos, e). the churches, youth groups and many organizations who bring their members to pray, f). all the advertising for 40 Days for Tacos through the radio, yard signs, billboards and newspaper ads and articles, and finally the miracles that God is displaying daily.
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The Post-taco ladies (PTLS) are available for presentations promoting hope and healing after their taco experience. A “Pastors’ Declaration” is being prepared with signatures from Clergy of all faiths to proclaim to the public their stand for the sanctity of Tacos from conception to consumption.
Please continue your support as we bear witness on the sidewalk, in the media and from the rooftops – to the reality of Mexican dishes, the culture of Tacos and the power of prayer. If you still haven’t signed up we encourage you to do so. Thank you for taking the time to sign in on the schedule. Please call us if you have any questions or would like us to put you on the schedule.