The Abortion Lobby is more emboldened than ever.
They’re trying to whitewash what abortion really is and tell young girls they should be proud to have abortions.
And one pro-abortion activist crossed a major line in a national radio interview.
Alana Edmonson is an activist pushing #ShoutYourAbortion propaganda.
Edmonson went on air with KUOW to boast about her two abortions.
She said, “I felt good about my abortion.”
She even said that her sister offered to adopt her child, but she chose to abort her baby anyways.
KUOW’s transcript reports:
Edmonson: Normally when I’m talking with family I could tell, initially, it felt like it was something that I was supposed to be silent about, and that we weren’t supposed to talk about. Just kind of like like politics at the dinner table or something like that. But a little bit darker. We didn’t all know why we weren’t talking about it, we just knew that we weren’t supposed to. So that kind of made me confused because I felt good about my abortion. I felt powerful and in control of my over my own body and my future. But I felt like I was being told to feel a different way, and that was confusing at first for sure.
Radke: Well, maybe some of our listeners are not used to hearing ‘I felt good’ or ‘I felt great about my abortion.’ What do you want listeners to know about your abortions? I know of two that you wrote about.
Edmonson: Yeah, I did have two. Basically, I had my first one when I was 21 years old. My partner at the time was 30. I was in denial about being pregnant for a while, and then when I finally owned up to it and took a test and found out I was pregnant, I called him and he just yelled the F word into the phone and hung up on me.
At the time I was letting go of my Christianity — I’m still spiritual, I’m just not Christian. But I had a lot of conflicting feelings. I felt that to have an abortion would be denying something the right to live. But at the same time I didn’t feel like I was ending a human life. So I explored actually all of my options.
I considered adoption. One of my older sisters offered to raise the child herself. And I ended up in a crisis pregnancy center (CPC) also — that was confusing. Going to a place for help, to discuss all of my options, and then leaving with baby booties and a baby blanket…
Pro-abortion activists are on a crusade to normalize abortion.
But they can’t hide from the truth that abortion ends a human life.
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