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Planned Parenthood Advocates Burn American Flag to Protest Pro-Life Legislation
Washington Free Beacon ^
| June 26, 2020
| Graham Piro
Posted on 06/27/2020 9:30:07 PM PDT by kevcol
The protesters lit the flag on fire before placing it in a garbage can and extinguishing the fire. "Do not despair. From destruction comes creation. Let us invoke a new world from these ashes," a woman dressed as Lady Liberty said. She then led a chant of, "What do we want? Justice. When do we want it? Now."
Planned Parenthood did not respond to an email request for comment on the video.
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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Culture/Society; US: Tennessee
KEYWORDS: abortion; flag; plannedparenthood; prolife; tennessee
posted on 06/27/2020 9:30:07 PM PDT
This happened in Tennessee where they just passed a fetal heartbeat abortion law.
posted on 06/27/2020 9:32:36 PM PDT
“justice” is injustice.
Right is wrong.
Up is down.
I no longer recognize nor understand my country.
But more than ever I understand the words of the Holy Apostle Paul “our commonwealth is from Heaven...”
posted on 06/27/2020 9:38:11 PM PDT
(I am a binary Trinitarian. Deal with it!)
“Black Live$ Matter!”
posted on 06/27/2020 10:31:07 PM PDT
(Winner of a prestigious 1960 Y-chromosome award!)
So who do they hate? the baby or the USA?
posted on 06/28/2020 4:18:55 AM PDT
by I want the USA back
(THERE ABSOLUTELY NEEDS TO BE A DEBATE TRUMP VS BIDEN! It will be the best show ever!)
Interesting that they would equate opposition to abortion their to America as such.
Didn't they at least used to claim that "pro choice" was good for America.
All masks off on the left.
posted on 06/28/2020 7:35:33 AM PDT
(A faction of the ruling class is trying to cancel America.)
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