Planned Parenthood would like to provide you with a kinder, gentler murder of your baby.
No virtual reality of a partial birth abortion? No? I wonder why… Now let’s see a baby’s 3D view of the forceps heading into the womb. What about the “total experience?”
Why would this really surprise anyone? It’s sickening nonetheless.
Planned Parenthood’s virtual reality exhibit promoting access to abortion at the Democratic National Convention doesn’t depict reality, pro-life groups tell The Daily Signal.
The nation’s largest abortion provider “is using technology and computer-generated imagery to perpetuate lies about the pro-life movement as a whole, and to advance its abortion brand,” pro-life advocate Arina Grossu said.
Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the organization’s lobbying arm, set up what it calls a firsthand look at a visit to an abortion clinic for convention attendees, The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness reported from Philadelphia.
A 7-minute video projected through headphones and high-tech goggles, spokeswoman Kristen Tilley said, allowed convention goers to experience “what it’s like to cross the line of anti-abortion protesters who stand outside abortion clinics to bully and intimidate patients and staff.”
The Planned Parenthood video, “Across the Line,” walks the viewer through computer-generated scenes that the organization says depict what a pregnant woman experiences, including approaching an abortion clinic and being counseled inside an exam room.