Woman Threatens to Abort Her Baby If Her Pregnancy Announcement Doesn’t Get 4,000 Retweets

International   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Aug 29, 2017   |   9:40AM   |   Washington, DC

Whether real or a hoax, a pregnant woman’s shocking social media threat to abort her unborn baby has captured thousands of people’s attention.

Twitter user Saipanting posted a photo of herself online on Aug. 23 accompanied by a threat that she would abort her unborn baby unless she received more than 4,000 retweets, Cosmopolitan reports.

And the Twitter user got what she wanted – a lot of attention.

Nearly 2,000 people commented on the post, some declaring it a hoax and others urging her to choose life for her unborn baby if she is indeed serious about her abortion threat. The tweet also exceeded the woman’s 4,000 goal by almost 7,000.

Here’s more from the report:

While it’s unconfirmed whether the tweet is real or if it’s a hoax, it certainly grabbed the attention of onlookers who noticed there was a whole host of drama going on after reading some of the comments. Among the comments appears to be a tweet from the alleged father of the unborn child, who wrote: “Instead of letting me know it was my baby you decided to come on Twitter with that bull—-?”

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This led some people to believe the tweet was nothing more than a stunt.

Even Cosmopolitan, which has a heavy pro-abortion slant, hoped that the tweet was not real, writing that such a “serious life decision” should not be made so callously on social media. But what if it was real? Basically every state in America allows abortions for any reason up to 20 weeks, and several still allow abortions up to birth for any reason, including something as trite as a social media post.

And this is what abortion activists fight for – abortion on demand. Now, they are fighting for taxpayer funding of abortions in America, too, so that women not only can abort their unborn babies for any reason but also have the deadly procedure paid for by taxpayers.