If you’re going to challenge and shame the public at large, you should probably make sure you know what you’re talking about first.
A pro-choice advocate on Twitter attempted to do just that, and clearly reality didn’t line up with their perceived notion of what pro-lifers are made of.
Here’s the tweet:
This, of course, is an attempt to shame pro-lifers by insinuating that they have zero inclination to take care of children once they have been born.
As you are about to see from the contents of this Twitter thread, that could not be further from the truth, as pro-lifers laid on a barrage of action-based solutions that they are personally involved in.
Volunteered at a center assisting with the wellness (fitness, meals) of mothers,” wrote author Trillia Newbell. “Babysat,” “Donated to adoptions Drove moms to appointments,” “Was a friend (listened, talked, met up with, called).”
“I truly do hope all the answers encourage you,” Newbell added. “Most people serve and love quietly.”
Church leader Daniel F. Well added that the church he pastors “financially and materially supports a crisis Pregnancy Center in town.”
“I’ve thrown a baby shower for 2 teen moms,” added yet another user. “I’ve donated clothing and direct financial support. Do you really think this isn’t happening?”
Another person added: “I volunteer at crisis pregnancy centers and spend time educating women about the options and free help available in the area.”
It’s so good to see the pro-life community getting out there and offering practical help and support to those who choose to sustain little lives. In addition, I think it is safe to say that @TuttleSinger wasn’t quite expecting that level of response when she asked this pointed and prejudice question of pro-lifers!
Alabama’s latest abortion law was signed in by Governor Kay Ivey May 15 and is thought to be one of the most restrictive pieces of legislation ever passed on the issue in the United States.
While it has caused uproar among the pro-abortion community, pro-lifers continue to insist that the law, which grants exceptions only if the mother’s life is at risk or if the baby “has a lethal anomaly,” is a massive step forward in protecting the most innocent beings in our society.
After signing the bill, Gov. Ivey tweeted that the new legislation “stands as a powerful testament to Alabamians’ deeply held belief that every life is precious & that every life is a sacred gift from God.”