Makers of the popular game Cards Against Humanity bashed pro-life advocates last week, labeling them “forced-birthers” from “nightmare” “Republican hellholes.”
The game company lobbed the insults at pro-lifers on its website and on Twitter while bragging about donating money toward making sure more unborn babies are killed in abortions across America.
“Your state sucks,” the company began on a webpage addressed to customers in pro-life states. “… we are releasing some new packs. But while the packs were being printed, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, and your state immediately turned itself into a dystopian forced-birth hellscape.”
One of these new game packs is about “serial killers, sex gremlins and vaginas with teeth.” Another has a “written by kids” theme – meaning the company is using children to make money to fund killing other children in the womb.
Anyone who lives in a state that restricts or bans the killing of unborn babies in abortions and buys one of the new games will be supporting abortion. The company promised to donate 100-percent of its profits from games sold in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, to the National Network of Abortion Funds.
The Cards Against Humanity makers said they also donated a lump sum of $100,000 to the abortion fund, which provides money to help pay for abortions and travel costs for abortions.
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More and more companies are making their pro-abortion views known, and pro-life advocates have begun to boycott them. Earlier this month, Concerned Women for America launched its “Toss Target” campaign to urge pro-lifers to boycott the retail chain because of its support for abortion.
Major entertainment companies like Walt Disney, Warner Brothers and Netflix and tech giants like Google, Apple and Microsoft also now offer their employees money to travel to abort their unborn babies. The grocery store chains Giant Eagle and Kroger recently said they will begin paying employees’ travel costs for abortions, too.
Some of these companies already are facing civil rights complaints for allegedly discriminating against pregnant employees who chose life for their unborn babies.
Most companies couched their pro-abortion stance in terms of “health care,” claiming women need abortions to be healthy and free. But these companies are encouraging and supporting the elective, unnecessary killing of unborn babies in abortions – when they could be helping families instead.
Meanwhile, pro-life advocates are striving to provide real support to mothers and babies across the U.S. Along with passing the heartbeat law last year, Texas state lawmakers also increased support for pregnant and parenting mothers and babies, ensuring that they have resources to choose life for their babies. Other pro-life advocates across the U.S. also are working to expand support services for families in need, through pregnancy centers, maternity homes, and even pregnant and parenting mothers in prison.