CNN Host Sally Kohn is Raising Funds to Pay for Abortions in the Most Disgusting Way

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Mar 24, 2015   |   5:09PM   |   Washington, DC

Not content to simply hold a position in favor of abortion on demand, CNN host Sally Kohn is going out of her way to spearhead a fundraiser for pregnant women. No, the fundraising event isn’t going to help pay for baby clothes or bottles or even support delivery costs or education for women after having their baby.

No, Kohn is pushing a fundraiser to raise money to pay for women to have abortions. Kohn’s twitter feed is full of tweets promoting the event, like this one.

The event is called “Sometimes in the Gutter,” which is apparently the place Kohn doesn’t mind tossing unborn babies and their mothers.



“I’m bowling because I believe that everyone should have access to the abortions they need, regardless of how much money they have ,” Kohn says. “Because of unfair and unnecessary laws, safe and legal abortions can be out of reach of those who don’t have the money to pay for them. I don’t think that’s right, so I’m doing something about it. I’m bowling to break down barriers to abortion access.”

Kohn has been challenged by pro-life advocates like Dana Loesch of The Blaze, who said she made a donation today to National Right to Life, a major pro-life group.

Kohn replied back that she thought she had better ideas of where Loesch could give her money. never mind that Kohn isn’t actually raising funds for any of these pro-woman, pro-baby efforts.

National Right to Life president Carol Tobias responded to the firestorm brewing on Twitter about the Bowling for Dead Babies event.


“Most Americans would agree abortion is nothing to celebrate. We know that abortion ends the life of a tiny member of the human family,” she told “But CNN commentator Sally Kohn cannot contain her glee as she encourages her Twitter followers to donate money to help pay for abortions. Kohn is participating in an event called the National Abortion Access Bowl-a-thon, a bowling fundraiser for a radical pro-abortion organization that subsidizes the deaths of unborn children.”

“Instead of funding the deaths of unborn children, we should protect unborn children and their mothers from the violence of abortion. Across the country, National Right to Life and its affiliates are working to enact laws that do just that,” Tobias added. “In particular, we are working to advance legislation to protect unborn children at 20 weeks and older when science shows they are capable of feeling pain. And in Kansas and Oklahoma, a NRLC-sponsored measure is making its way through the state legislatures to end the barbaric practice of dismemberment abortions.”

“We must stand up to abortion advocates in the media who would raise money to end human lives. Make your voice heard,” she concluded.