PRO-LIFE WARRIORS: Hundreds of Americans Take to the Streets to Protest Baby Genocide


Americans have had enough of the genocide of the unborn. Thousands across the country protested the butchers of Planned Parenthood yesterday. They marched to save the lives of the millions of unborn who will be murdered and harvested at the hands of murderers and profiteers. They marched in remembrance of the millions of children who have been slaughtered in the name of convenience and research. The American Fetal Holocaust continues, but they have been exposed for the fiends they truly are. With the release of the undercover videos from the Center for Medical Progress, these evil Mengeles have nowhere to hide anymore. The media, including the article below, soften the facts and gloss over the murder, but millions have now seen the horrific details of Planned Parenthood’s partial birth abortions; live births where children are mercilessly killed and babies who are shocked back to life, only to have their brains cut out. Planned Parenthood is a horror show in motion and needs to be shut down and forced to answer for their crimes.

From the Washington Post:

Thousands of antiabortion activists descended upon Planned Parenthood clinics on Saturday to participate in a nationwide protest aimed at cutting off federal funding for the controversial health-care organization.

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The demonstrations unfolded at about 320 clinics around the nation, according to organizers, with some gatherings drawing a few dozen protesters and others drawing hundreds and perhaps thousands more.

The protests kicked off at 9 a.m. Saturday and included speakers, prayer groups and chants, as well as signs distributed by organizers that said “Planned Parenthood sells baby parts.”

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