Planned Parenthood Attempts to Convince People That Abortions and Miscarriages Are the Same

Posted at 3:30 pm on December 08, 2017 by Brandon Morse

Abortion Goliath Planned Parenthood just attempted to link the horror and sorrow of a miscarriage with the choice of killing an unborn child.

Planned Parenthood tweeted out an article written by Danielle Campoamor titled “I’m Miscarrying Right Now, & It’s Only Strengthening My Beliefs About Abortion” from Romper, a site that bills itself as a site for moms.

Campoamor claims within the article — of which she includes an ample amount of selfies for some reason — that women who abort are no different than the women who lose their children through miscarriage.

“There is a common misconception that the mom who miscarries is a very different person than the woman who aborts, but I’m here to say there is no difference. I am both of those women,” wrote Campoamor, who writes this while she says she is experiencing a miscarriage.

In fact, Campoamor claims that women who abort, and women who suffer miscarriages “are sisters.” The reasoning:

Miscarriage and abortion are sisters. Just like my body knew what to do when an abnormal embryo implanted itself in my uterus, my mind knew what to do when a healthy embryo found its way to the soft lining of my uterine wall back when I was 23 years old, in an unhealthy relationship, living paycheck-to-paycheck, unwilling and unable to be a mother. They haven’t always synced up, my body and my mind, but even separately they’ve known what to do at different times in my life. I do not regret my decision to have an abortion.

I’ve spoken to many women who have suffered the horror and heartbreak of a miscarriage. The active choice to kill a baby in the womb, and watching helplessly as your body rejects the baby you want to bring into the world are not at all one and the same according to these women.

Planned Parenthood has done a lot of things in the past that I would deem disgusting, their 7 million plus deaths since their founding definitely included, and this slimy promotion of an article that attempts to put the slaying of an innocent child on the same footing as the loss of a child is one of the slimiest.