Planned Parenthood Student Group Pelts Pro-Lifers With Condoms, Saying “We Love Abortion”

State   |   Carole Novielli   |   May 19, 2014   |   10:18AM   |   Boise, ID

The pro-life group Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust claims that while protesting at Boise State University, they were pelted with condoms by a person claiming to represent a Planned Parenthood.

Survivors visits college campuses displaying abortion victim photography at various universities.

During their visit to Boise Secular the pro-lifers said it seemed like students at the university were just “flipping out!”

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According to the pro-lifers a group claiming they represented Planned Parenthood, pelted the team with condoms! Shouting, “We love abortion!”

Later the group said they noticed a young man kneeling in front of one of the pro-life signs. Sure enough!! He was vandalizing the sign!

According to Survivors, the vandal drew a mustache on the face of the aborted baby.

When one of the Survivors asked him, “Why would you do that to the picture of that little girl who was killed by abortion?” he just smirked and said, “Well it’s a boy now! I love abortion.”

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According to the groups’ founder, Jeff White, “I tell you; if you are not afraid for the future of our country you would be after just spending a couple of days with the Survivors Campus Outreach Team, experiencing what they experience. Being hit with rocks or condoms, being spit on or mocked all comes with the privilege of being on campus and speaking out on the issue of their day. They represent the truth of abortion and go as ambassadors of Christ and their work is not in vain!”
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Kristina, a member of the pro-life group summed it all up: “They like to call us crazy but at the end of the day…they are the ones who look crazy and it works to our advantage!”

LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.