It used to be a well-worn talking point that abortion was a necessary tragedy, certainly not something to celebrate. That appears to have changed, and dramatically.
Say what you will about their sincerity when the “safe, legal, and rare” crowd said it, but at least it was a glimmer of humility and recognition of what abortion produces: a dead child and unspeakable pain for the mother that never truly goes away. That has all changed.
This was demonstrated just days after Christmas in an interview the Washington Post conducted with Alexis McGill Johnson, president of Planned Parenthood. The Post tried to downplay the organization’s reputation as the record-breaking, single largest abortion provider in America by asking McGill Johnson to confirm that abortion is merely “a very small part” of what Planned Parenthood does.
The abortion leader would have none of it, however, objecting, “I think when we say, ‘It’s a small part of what we do,’ what we’re doing