Activists Send Condoms to Pro-Life Trump Admin Officials as Christmas Presents to Promote Abortion

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Dec 14, 2017   |   5:12PM   |   Washington, DC

In a disgusting attempt to promote its abortion agenda, abortion activists sent six pro-life Trump administration officials a box of condoms. Although pro-life advocates generally don’t oppose contraception the publicity stunt was meant to shame the officials into supporting abortion.

Six Trump appointees in the Department of Health and Human Services today were sent a colorful package of Endangered Species Condoms and a letter urging them to promote abortion.

The holiday delivery of these “condom care packages” is part of the Center for Biological Diversity’s project to raise awareness about its efforts to push population control on the world.

“These stocking stuffers will remind Trump officials that reproductive healthcare is a human right,” said Sarah Baillie, the Center’s Endangered Species Condoms coordinator. “Family planning and comprehensive sex education are also essential to combating human population growth. Giving every person access to these tools makes the planet better for everyone, including the wildlife who share it with us.”

Never mind the fact that nations in Europe and in Asiaincluding parts of China — are actually experiencing the effects of underpopulation.

The condoms went to Teresa Manning, deputy assistant secretary for population affairs; Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service; Valerie Huber, chief of staff to the assistant secretary for health; Jane Norton, director of the Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs; Charmaine Yoest, assistant secretary of public affairs; and Scott Lloyd, director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement. Together these appointees support abisntinece-based education to help young people make positive life-affirming decisions.

The officials will receive a package of brightly colored condom boxes featuring images of species threatened by human population growth and slogans like “Wrap with care, save the polar bear” and “Before it gets hotter, remember the sea otter.”