Pro-Abortion marketing is good, the problem is the product they are selling

The Pro-life movement is winning the hearts and minds of more young people despite the fact that Pro-abortion rhetoric dominates the marketplace of ideas.

[…] “In a lot of ways, the pro-life movement is winning,” Mancini said. “There are lots of markers that are showing this: the number of abortions are actually down, the rate of women getting abortions are down. Perhaps more importantly, abortion clinics are down, pregnancy care centers are up.”

[…] Marlow found the “happy warriors” of the March for Life to be an inspiring counter to our increasingly cynical political culture.

“I think it’s really the product of abortion. More than ever, young people see through bunk,” Mancini reflected. “They are aware that abortion hurts women, that it obviously takes the life of a baby, and that it’s a product that has really done so much damage to our culture. They see that.”

“I agree, there’s something that’s so attractive about the young people at the March for Life,” she told Marlow. “We’re not the only ones that think that. There was a wonderful story a few years ago, the head of NARAL—pro-choice America, really the architects of legal abortion in America—came out around lunchtime the day of the March for Life and saw all of the young, enthusiastic, positive, happy marchers. She decided to resign, thinking that they needed to do a better job marketing to young people. So they have now a new, younger head.”

“They really need to change the product. It’s not their marketing that’s got a problem. It’s the product that they’re trying to sell,” she said.

Mancini expressed outrage at Twitter’s attempt to ban Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s (R-TN) launch video for her Senate campaign because it referred to the abortion industry selling baby parts, noting that a forensic analysis has demonstrated the undercover videos that exposed the awful practice were authentic.

“Planned Parenthood continues to move to the beat that these were manipulated, flawed, that they’re erroneous, what have you,” she said. “Of course, they have millions of dollars for a major P.R. campaign, and that influences groups like Twitter against showing the truth, what actually happens in these Planned Parenthood clinics.”

“This topic makes me crazy because Americans have a right to know what’s actually going on. Groups like Planned Parenthood—and again, they’ve got so much money of course in part because of our taxpayer dollars that are supporting them—they haven’t been frugal when it comes to messaging. It’s really unfortunate because the American public are the ones who pay on this. They don’t know what’s really going on.

Marlow framed Twitter’s censorship of Blackburn as part of a disturbing trend of Silicon Valley titans throwing their muscle behind left-wing causes, noting that Google “sponsored a ‘Resistance’ event honoring Cecile Richards, the Planned Parenthood president.”

“I imagine, Jeanne, you haven’t been honored by Google, or Facebook, or any of those big tech giants for all of your work,” he ventured.

“I want to work to end abortion. I don’t really care about being honored by those groups,” Mancini replied. “We show the truth. Americans deserve to know the truth.”

Marlow sarcastically cited Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein’s donations to Planned Parenthood as a strategy to buy feminist credibility that proved effective for many years.

[…] “We’re all about love. We’re all about respecting the inherent dignity of the human person,” she said. “I would just encourage your listeners to check us out, and to be sure to try to come to the March for Life this year. We’re at”

“This year our theme is ‘Love Saved Lives.’ […]  Love saves lives. It’s the antithesis to a culture of death.

[…] Mancini said the March for Life presented a sharp contrast with the angry feminist Women’s March from earlier this year.

“I’ll never forget Madonna threatening to blow up the White House,” she sighed. “The March for Life is a non-violent peaceful protest. You’ll never see a marcher threatening to blow up anyone’s house, much less the White House. That’s just not our M.O.”

“We’re 45 years strong. We’re out there in blizzards. We know that abortion is the human rights abuse of today. We’re working to end abortion, and we need to work harder towards that, because we’ve lost 59 million Americans to abortion in these last 45 years. […]


Students from the Diocese of Lansing, Mich., holds signs during the annual March for Life in Washington Jan. 27. “Love Saves Lives” will be the theme for the 2018 March for Life Jan. 19. (CNS photo/Jaclyn Lippelmann, Catholic Standard) See MARCH-FOR-LIFE-THEME Oct. 5, 2017.



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