Abortion supporters in Glens Falls, NY have decided to use Easter to mock prayer against abortion.
It began a few years ago when those in support of killing children in the womb decided to respond to the pro-life “40 Days of Prayer” otherwise known as “40 Days for Life” campaign in front of the Glens Falls Planned Parenthood.
They became especially enraged after pro-lifers purchased the house next door to Planned Parenthood and opened the Open Arms Pregnancy Center there.
To counter the effect of the campaign, pro-choicers organized what they called “Get Your Girl On” as their own “40 Days of Appreciation,” for child killing.
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According to Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson Action, the mother ship of PP Glens Falls, the “Get your girl on” abortion group decorated Easter eggs in support of the abortion giant and their agenda this weekend:
Here is the group outside Planned Parenthood:
Allow me to educate Glens Falls “get your girl on” abortion supporters.
Chicken eggs are not humans.
In addition, the Planned Parenthood they seek to defend advertises, In-clinic abortion offered up to 14 weeks and 6 days.
A description of the unborn baby at that age from Baby Center, which, is not pro-life, reads, “From head to bottom, he measures 3 1/2 inches — about the size of a lemon — and he weighs 1 1/2 ounces. His body’s growing faster than his head, which now sits upon a more distinct neck. By the end of this week, his arms will have grown to a length that’s in proportion to the rest of his body. (His legs still have some lengthening to do.) He’s starting to develop an ultra-fine, downy covering of hair, called lanugo, all over his body. Your baby’s liver starts making bile this week — a sign that it’s doing its job right — and his spleen starts helping in the production of red blood cells. Though you can’t feel his tiny punches and kicks yet, your little pugilist’s hands and feet (which now measure about 1/2 inch long) are more flexible and active.”
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.