exposing Planned Parenthood were posted around campus late last night and then subsequently torn down and mocked on social media by the liberals on campus (tolerance? yeah right). “Planned Parenthood is terrified of pro-life students on college campuses because that’s where the base of their clientele are at,” said Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America. “They and their allies will do everything they can to stop the pro-life message from reaching students, even resorting to vandalism and destruction. It’s thanks to courageous pro-life students, like those at American University, who are fearless in the face of injustice and will fight to make sure their message is heard loud and clear that Planned Parenthood betrays women and their babies.” We’ll let Tristan Justice, a freshman at AU, tell us what happened: I am a freshman here at American University studying communications, law, economics, and government. I am an active participant in the College Republicans and am bringing in projects for the group to participate in such as the Women Betrayed National Day of Action. Last night at 10 PM, I rallied together a few college republicans to put up pro-life fliers around campus in preparation for the Women Betrayed National Day of Action. However, the posters did not last long, as another student group known as the “AU Justice League” tore them down just hours later and tweeted “We had some fun with the college republican posters tonight. Let us know if we missed any guys!” with a picture of the torn down posters crumpled together with what appears to be someone’s middle finger pointed at them. I went to bed shortly after we were done posting the fliers around campus but woke up this morning and saw the tweet mentioned by another college republican. This is a classic example of liberal intolerance occurring on college campuses. The posters were not even up overnight until the left decided they were offended by them and tore them down. It goes to show that when the left is challenged, they respond with intolerance. Update, 9/25: American University statement: American University works closely with student groups representing varied political and cultural beliefs and encourages all students to follow university protocol when disseminating information and to respect each others views. There is no group named the AU Justice League that is registered at American University and AU does not approve of the behavior that was displayed regarding the recent removal of pro-life flyers that were posted around campus.]]>
Jill Stanek is a nurse and pro-life advocate who is best known for being a whistleblower at an Illinois hospital that was doing late-term “labor induction abortions.” What she witnessed is extremely disturbing. Fortunately, she uses what she experienced to advocate on behalf of other abortion survivors via Born Alive protection efforts. Reader discretion advised.