I thought this headline was parody but somehow it isn't
· Oct 11, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Well, the arguments in favor of abortion continue to get more and more creative.

Here's a headline from Yahoo Finance that I had a very difficult time believing was real:

I can't even imagine the conversation behind this piece.

"There aren't enough diapers to keep up with the number of babies being born."

"What should we do?"

"I know! We should kill babies until the number of babies matches the number of diapers!"

Now you can be pro-abortion simply because there aren't enough diapers.

What a sick world we're in.

The story from Yahoo doesn't say this exactly.

Actually, it's a hit piece against, you guessed it, Crisis Pregnancy Centers, which they title "Anti-Abortion Centers" to make them sound evil.

In 2019, Heartbeat International, an AAC giant, claimed to have provided 1.85 million individuals with free baby supplies, including more than 2 million baby clothing outfits, more than 19,000 strollers, and more than 1.2 million packs of diapers. However, data from Equity Forward, an accountability organization that produces investigative research related to gender equity and sexual and reproductive health, found inconsistencies with those numbers.

GASP! They are giving away strollers and diapers instead of murdering babies! CALL THE POLICE!!!

Basically, a lefty group claims that one network of crisis pregnancy centers doesn't use their funds as well as they should, spending more on advertising and overhead than these lefties think they should, therefore the entire pro-life movement is to blame for a diaper shortage.

You know, because not being efficient with funds is the same as [checks notes] poisoning and chopping up babies.


Heartbeat International is an interdenominational Christian organization that claims to serve approximately 2,850 pregnancy help centers, maternity homes, and nonprofit adoption agencies in over 65 countries, including 1,722 in the United States. This makes them the world's largest affiliate network of pregnancy centers.


"It's very disturbing that a pool of funds like Temporary Assistance for Needy Families is not going directly towards needy families," Underwood said. "It's going towards funding these propaganda machines. That's the best way to describe these anti-abortion centers."

This is in contrast to Planned Parenthood, which spend zero dollars toward lobbying for more baby slaughter or anything like that!

It's just unreal how the wokies can't help but sound evil.

I'll leave you with Allie Beth Stuckey's brilliant troll on Sen. Liz Warren regarding pregnancy centers:

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