The Center for Reproductive Rights has produced a video featuring actor Mehcad Brooks, that "celebrates" the 40th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court decision in the case of Roe v. Wade. The organization has dedicated itself to keeping the murder of the unborn legal in America for the past twenty years.
Brooks speaks about the anniversary to legalize the murder of the unborn as though he's trying to be cool, smooth and charming, like talking to a woman about a marriage anniversary. He displays a rose, sniffing it and setting it on the table on top of what looks like a Bible, but I'm sure that it probably is not, along with what appears to be a glass of cognac.
The "True Blood" actor continues to reference "Roe v. Wade" as "baby" and says "anniversaries like this are something you fight for." He winks at the screen.
"Looking good for forty baby," he declares.
The video is so utterly disgusting and revolting that my stomach literally churned when thinking of what he so cavalierly was talking about.
Interestingly enough, the video end with a line "Show your love," which is ironic, because murdering an unborn child is anything but a demonstration of love.
As Katie Pavlich wrote at Townhall, "Say it with me: mi-sog-y-ny, misogyny."
It seems that organizations like TCRR think men have no say in the matter of children, even though they were actively involved in the pro-creation of their offspring. However, they do want men to simply continue to parrot their talking points about "women's health" and their "choice" to murder their unborn child.
Also, what does it say of organizations that do not call men to act responsibly and care for the woman that they got pregnant? What does it say about them that they will not demand that these men stand up and care for the woman by supporting her pregnancy rather than encouraging her in more deviancy, even murder? After all, aren't organizations like this simply teaching men to disrespect women and even children by pushing abortion? Isn't this the mindset that is put forth when the murder of the unborn is referred to as "taking care of the problem?"
The real war on women takes place in the abortion clinics and in videos like this one. What is even more amazing is that Brooks, being a black actor, doesn't at all seem to know the history of organizations like Planned Parenthood and individuals like Margaret Sanger, who were racists and wanted to use abortion to target the black communities.
Even today, according to the Guttmacher Institute, nearly a third of the abortions that take place involved mothers who are black.
Seriously, abortion is not something that is to be celebrated. Abortion is the murder of the most innocent human beings among us. It is one of the most vile forms of depravity to come from the mind of man. It should be wept over and repented of, but never celebrated, and there are over 50 million and counting children's blood that cries out to God for justice.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.