Posted by life dynamics on January 19, 2015
A pro-life group has announced that they will be showing graphic abortion images of the unborn victims in a video on their JumboTV at the March for Life in D.C. this week.
Created Equal said that the 42nd anniversary of Roe V. Wade, which legalized abortion on demand in America provides all of us an appropriate time to shed light on the primary victims of abortion – preborn children.
“January 22, 2015 is a day of solemn remembrance characterized by grief over the 50 million children that have lost their lives,” says Mark Harrington, National Director of Created Equal, “Anything short of that dishonors every child who has died. We should decrying legalized preborn baby-killing in the strongest possible terms. Our new video ‘The Resistance’ puts the anniversary of Roe v. Wade in proper perspective.”
Last year, Created Equal’s Jumbo TV screen reached massive numbers of Americans at the DC March for Life and West Coast Walk for Life.
“Traditionally at these events, the politicians, activists, and post-abortive parents are given a voice. Not until recently have the babies been represented in such a profound way. Using this powerful technology allows us to continue to stand for the victims at these events,” the group posted on their website.
This year’s video is emotional and graphic and lists a number of reasons the group says you should “Join the Resistance” to end child killing in the womb.
According to Created Equal, the JumboTV will play on Jan 22, 2015, on the March for Life route, from 9:00AM-4:00PM in front of the Canadian Embassy located at 501 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20001.
The video will also be showing at Farragut Square located at the corner of 17th St. NW and K St. NW.
You can watch the video below ( Warning it is graphic!)
In addition to the unborn children, Created Equal says they plan to have large posters of women killed from legal abortion present at the rally as well.
Created Equal will have posters of other women killed by legal abortion including Tonya Reaves, who was left to bleed to death after her abortion at a Chicago Planned Parenthood. Her depraved indifference story can be read here.
Leave a comment below whether you agree or disagree with showing graphic abortion victim images at the march, we’d love to read your thoughts.