A mom writes a letter to the child she’s about to kill and the Leftist Molech-worshipers swoon. Via Media Enjoy “Heartwarming” Letter From Mom to Her Unborn Baby Saying, “I’m Aborting You”.
I love you, Little Thing, and I wish the circumstances were different. I promise I will see you again, and next time, you can call me Mom.
That was the end of the creepy letter. Note how she thinks they’ll both be in Heaven. Note how she “wishes” the circumstances could be different, especially considering that she is the one arranging the abortion.
I always like to point out that while the conditions surrounding unplanned pregnancies are psychologically complex (financial issues, bad/absent father, pressure from father/parents to abort, etc.) the situation isn’t morally complex at all. That is, none of those are legitimate reasons to kill the child. The pro-abort cheerleaders conflate those two in a deadly way.
In his response, Jezebel’s Mark Shrayber gushed over the “brave, honest letter.” He explained how, “Even when [abortion is] the right choice, there’s can be a lot of pain involved.”
Killing your child is brave?
“Beautiful and heartbreaking,” he concluded.
Similarly, The Huffington Post’s Nina Bahadur deemed the note a “powerful open letter.”
This is not beautiful.
And “this Reddit user,” she hyped, “is not alone in wanting to share her abortion story.”
Yes, people committing grave sins like company. It helps them rationalize.
Cosmo’s Lane Moore highlighted the “heartwarming letter” . . .
This warms her heart?
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But wait. Hasn’t the pro-abortion left just spent months telling us there’s nothing even “difficult” about the choice to abort? That the right to abort is “a deeply affirmative value?” That ending an innocent life makes a boffo plot line for a sitcom and the centerpiece for a date-night romantic comedy?
Pro-lifers were a bit more consistent in their responses, including The Blaze’s Billy Hallowell and LifeNews.com’s Steven Ertelt, who described the letter as “heartbreaking” and “heart-wrenching.”
In response to the myriad shows of support on Reddit, the anonymous mom later posted:
“Thank you, thank you, thank you. It is hard. I feel sick and awful for not wanting something that, at the same time, I want so badly. But I feel better knowing I’m not alone and now that I see it all written out, there’s less madness bumping around in my head, which is nice. Thank you, again.”
But, dearest Reddit user, know that there is another choice you can choose – and that you will not be alone, should you choose it: life.