Pro-Lifers Crash Abortion Christmas Parties, YouTube Yanks Videos

State   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Dec 23, 2010   |   6:08PM   |   Washington, DC

A group of pro-life advocates crashed the “holiday” parties of NARAL and the DC Abortion Fund to deliver the message that advocating abortion at Christmastime is sacrilegious.

The D.C. Abortion Fund and LOYL (League Of Young Leaders), NARAL’s young professionals group, both threw ‘holiday parties’ that were fundraisers and were open to the public.

Gary Boisclair, of the group Insurrecta Nex, said the “people at NARAL and DC Abortion Fund have celebrated their selfish, deceptive, wicked ideas and called it a holiday party. We at Insurrecta Nex love them too much to fail to tell them the truth.”

“We will not cease to publicize the fact that they are murdering babies.  People who are determined to support the murder of the most defenseless must listen to the Voice of Truth, the Baby born in Bethlehem,” he added.

But the videos the groups posted to YouTube of the incident were taken down, which pro-lifer Andrew Beacham says is no surprise.

“YouTube has consistently discriminated against the Pro-Life message and objective Truth by censoring Pro-Life videos submitted to their website, including three of our recent submissions,” he said. “YouTube allows obscene, perverse, and graphic videos to remain on their website, but not our videos which are educational, a documentation of history and newsworthy.”

“There is no violation of privacy when they make their face and views public,” he said of those attending the parties. “Both groups have public pages…and public event pages on Facebook. If anyone wants to see who is supporting, raising money, or attending these events they only need to look the events page up on each groups’ Facebook page.”

David Lewis, a participant in the party crashing, added, “I am shocked in the cowardice of YouTube.  The fact that they would leave pornography and other garbage untouched and would pull our video down is a mockery of truth and justice.”

YouTube has been criticized over the Tim Tebow commercial, removing videos showing illegal and unethical activities at Planned Parenthood, and yanking videos exposing President Barack Obama’s pro-abortion record.