The Roe v. Wade anniversary is being attacked by Bristol Palin on her Twitter and Facebook accounts.
In a related report from The Inquisitr, Bristol Palin is most well known for being the daughter of the infamous Sarah Palin, though she’s made efforts to use that fame as a springboard.
Bristol Palin has anti-abortion posts plastered all over her Twitter and Facebook accounts, such as below attacking the monumental anniversary of Roe v. Wade:
55 Million Babies Killed Since Roe v. Wade!!! http://t.co/XxS8OhjSUm
— Bristol Palin (@BristolsBlog) January 22, 2014
Along with the above Tweet, Bristol Palin also posted on her Facebook, pictures from facebook.com/personhoodusa, and other personhood movement sites, showing an approximately 17 week old fetus with the line “I stand for the weak”, and another picture of a fetus alongside an eagle egg, essentially asking why one is illegal to destroy and the other is not (many eagle species are endangered).
Previously, Bristol Palin has joined the teen pregnancy prevention movement, by being a spokeswoman on how not to be, apparently. Since she herself was a teen mother, it stands to reason she has no issues with being a cautionary tale in support of the movement. She’s said before that she doesn’t believe in the abstinence movement:
“[I don’t want to] be named as an abstinence preacher…. I’m not out there saying don’t have sex. I hate that kind of stuff. Birth control needs to be used effectively each and every single time if you’re gonna be having sex…. I’m not advocating [abstinence] for everyone else.”
Bristol Palin’s baby daddy, Levi Johnston, “is $67,000 behind in child support, doesn’t visit Tripp on a regular basis and has blown serious cash on cars, hunting and travel instead of meeting his court-ordered obligations.” So it seems that she is, indeed, a good cautionary tale for teen pregnancy prevention.
The opinion section of the Fox News website is, predictably, abuzz with anti-abortion rhetoric. What better time to remind everyone of the anti-abortion movement than on the Roe v. Wade anniversary?
So what do you think of Roe v. Wade being attacked by Bristol Palin?