Abortion Group Thinks It's Hilarious to Offer 'Abortion Is Magical' Prayer Candles to Mock the Birth of Christ
An abortion group is featuring an abortion candle prominently on its social media pages to mock baby Jesus.
The "holiday" candles by the "Texas Equality Access (TEA) Fund" are like the traditional prayer candles Catholics light to remember Jesus, Mary and their Saints.
As Christians prepare to celebrate the gift of Jesus given to the world as a baby in swaddling clothes, the TEA Fund was in full mockery mode with an "abortions are magical" candle:
The Facebook message enthuses, "Getting our holiday party favors ready! Every year we honor our volunteers and make sure they get a token of appreciation at our annual holiday party."
This Twitter user here would like to buy one for presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren:
It's unclear if the group will sell the candles, but if they did it's possible they could be as hot a seller as baby body parts.
The Illinois Family Institute wondered how abortion could have gone from "safe, legal and rare" to "magical."
Christians United for Life thought there was an incredibly dark side to these candles:
When TEA isn't trying to kill babies, it's apparently helping girls as young as eleven years old to get an abortion:
We checked, and while we did see an "abortion sip and paint" event, there was no sign of any other candles, such as Muhammad abortion candles for Ramadan. Weird, really.
We're a hearty lot. We see these kinds of crazy pro-abortion stunts every year and we don't get offended easily, but something this intentionally sacrilegious and dismissive of human life seems a bit off the Elizabeth Warren reservation.
So while you're scraping your jaws from the floor, let's go to the insult tote board. We've got a three-fer: The group that kills babies, mocked the birth of a baby – the baby Jesus. They did it at Christmas when Christians around the world receive anew the gift of Jesus's salvation. And then the group mocked non-Nancy Pelosi-like Catholics by designing their abortion candle to resemble traditional Catholic prayer candles. Did I miss anything?
It sure makes you wonder if they really do believe that abortion is a sacrament in the religion of the Left.