March 10 has become the day that abortion activists set aside as National Abortion Provider Appreciation Day, when they gush over what “angels,” “superheroes,” and “rockstars” the people who dismember tiny preborn humans are.
Several prominent pro-abortion groups, such as Planned Parenthood, the National Abortion Federation, and the Abortion Care Network, held a Tweetstorm at 1pm EST that day to #CelebrateAbortionProviders which generated a lot of flowery, complementary tweets.
President & CEO of Planned Parenthood Alexis McGill Johnson tweeted thanks for their “sacrifices,” “compassion,” and for “fearlessly providing abortion.”
Other Twitter users raved that abortionists are “actual angels and I love them,” “straight up heroes,” “actual super heroes,” “rockstars and deserve the world,” and “deserve all the love, all the roses, and all of the praise EVERY DAY.” Abortionist Ghazaleh Moayedi even celebrated herself being dubbed “the Beyoncé of abortion providers.”
Today (and everyday!) RHAP recognizes the challenges that abortion providers face to ensure that abortion is accessible to everyone who needs it. Send this to an abortion provider that deserves recognition and appreciation! @AbortionCare 👏🏾🎉#abortionproviderappreciationday pic.twitter.com/xJpA3dFUyb
— RHAP (@RHAP1) March 10, 2021
Funny, no mention of these infamous abortion providers: Kermit Gosnell, Ulrich Klopfer, Douglas Karpen, Steven Chase Brigham, Vikram Kaji, or Melvin L. Henderson.
The director of the Kentucky Health Justice Network tweeted, “Abortion is love. Abortion is essential. Abortion lets families thrive. Abortion providers are heroes,” to fundraise for more abortions.
An organization that celebrates women who have “2+ abortions worldwide” (yes, that’s a thing) tweeted about independent clinics, “Abortion providers know that forcing ppl to give birth against their will is abuse. Indies help ppl live dignified lives by respecting them to make their own decisions around reproduction. Indies deserve our support.”
Access Reproductive Justice tweeted that abortionists “help us grow,” “allow us to bloom,” “are resilient, innovative, and adaptive” and “weather storms in order to provide abortion care:”
NARAL tweeted, “Abortion care is essential care” and “compassionate care:”
— AbortionCareNetwork (@AbortionCare) March 10, 2021
As if that wasn’t sickening enough, how about the tweets from supposedly religious people who find abortion to be “holy?”
We Testify posted a woman’s submission: “I appreciate my abortion provider because there was a holy compassion given immediately which aligned with values of my faith.”
The Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice blasphemously tweeted, “Abortion providers do holy work:”
Abortion providers do holy work, and we are thankful for them every day!
All across Ohio and the world, abortion providers make sure patients can access care & exercise the rights of their conscience in relation to abortion. pic.twitter.com/jdrNGtK6H3
— Ohio RCRC (@OhioRCRC) March 10, 2021
Catholics for Choice tweeted they were “thrilled to offer” an unintentionally hilarious video of “pro-choice Catholics thanking abortion providers everywhere for their service:”
Happy Abortion Providers Day!
— Catholics for Choice (@Catholic4Choice) March 10, 2021
And, of course, United for Reproductive & Gender Equity had to bring in the transgender issue, tweeting, “As we #CelebrateAbortionProviders let’s move beyond gendered language & end the myth that abortion is, or ever has been, a ‘women’s issue.’”
That last part’s true, though, abortion is a human rights issue, having killed 62.5 million since Roe v. Wade in the U.S. alone and 42.6 million globally just last year.
Celebrating the death of priceless innocents at the hands of the unethical few in the medical community willing to disregard the Hippocratic Oath and commit elective abortions is a macabre way to spend a Wednesday afternoon, but these ghouls do it every year as the bodies pile up by the million.