The value of unborn babies was on display during the Super Bowl this year.
Not only did half-time performer Rihanna proudly display her pregnant baby bump, but the potato chip company Pringles also ran a commercial featuring a baby in the womb, according to the Catholic News Agency.
The comedic ad begins with a young man getting his hand stuck in a Pringles container while reaching for a chip. Sitting on the sofa nearby, his grandfather tells him, “Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us.”
The old man reminds his grandson that everyone gets their hand stuck from time to time, including judges, surgeons and pop singers.
“Even your little cousin Timmy,” the grandfather says, showing a sonogram of an unborn baby boy with his hand in a Pringles can, obviously photoshopped.
Although the commercial was not overtly pro-life, it reminded viewers that babies in the womb are valuable, living human beings.
Follow LifeNews on Parler for the latest pro-life news!
“I’m officially calling it the pro-life Pringles commercial,” pro-life writer Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review responded. “Let’s buy Pringles today and write to them to say that it is a thank you for the sonogram Super Bowl cameo.”
In 2016, Doritos ran a similar commercial during the Super Bowl – one that angered pro-abortion groups because it showed an unborn baby. Six years earlier, Focus on the Family ran a boldly pro-life commercial that featured Tim Tebow and his mother during the big game.