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/XxS8OhjSUmAlong 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).
— Bristol Palin (@BristolsBlog) January 22, 2014
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?