Abornaments? Abortion Activists Make Sacrilegious Ornaments

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Dec 19, 2012   |   3:02PM   |   Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business upset pro-life advocates for years with its sacreligious “Choice on Earth” Christmas cards, but pro-abortion activists have taken that outrage to the next level.

The pro-life group Life Dynamics has been highlighting so-called “Abornaments” that pro-abortion activists are promoting. They are sharing the images of the sacrilegious ornaments on the popular image sharing web site Pinterest.

Most of the so-called Christmas ornaments pictured involve the manipulation and desecration of plastic fetal models depicting unborn children at various stage of development before birth.

“It’s that time of year again for ABORNAMENTS! Every year, the pro-choice community celebrates abortion at Christmas by selling Abornaments Anyone disgusted? We are,” the pro-life group says. “What were they thinking?”

“It’s called an abornament. Christmas ornaments featuring plastic aborted babies hanging from a coat hanger,” the pro-life group said of one horrible Christmas “abornament” (pictured right).

So-called abortnaments first appeared in December 2010 and were sold online.

“We were not prepared for this level of interest and we’re almost sold out! No worries, though… we will be creating more abornaments for your politically incorrect pleasure. We will put them up for sale as we create them, so bookmark us and come back to see the new designs,” the makers said at the time.

The makers added: “While it’s obviously not a challenge to figure out where we stand on the issue of abortion, these are not intended to change anyone’s minds, nor were they created to offend anyone in particular, on either side of the argument (though we knew that was inevitable going in). They are simply part of a silly and tasteless art series. We don’t expect everyone to like them, but keep in mind: no ACTUAL babies were harmed in the creation of these ornaments, and no one is going to run out and get 1,000 abortions simply because they saw a fake fetus hanging out of a glittery felt vagina. ”

There apparently hasn’t been enough interest in them to make them in the two years since, but the pictures of the abornaments continue to be passed along on Pinterest, Facebook and elsewhere by abortion supporters.



A second image below of a collection of the “abornaments” below shows they were sold to pro-abortion activists who wanted them.