Last weekend a touching event took place after the football game between the Ohio State and Michigan, with victory for the first team.

Sports commentator Gus Johnson, moved by the triumph achieved by the athlete J.K. Dobbins, praised his mother, Maya, who regretted trying to abort him and now calls him her “miracle child.”

The wave of protests from the abortionists did not take long to appear.

“WTF! Gus Johnson making an anti-abortion statement was ridiculous and uncalled for. You should be ashamed of yourself. And guess what! No one fives a flying [obscenity removed] about your MALE opinion on abortion… also not to mention a total invasion of the privacy of JK Dobbins and his family,” Karley Rasmussen wrote on Twitter.

The anchor of One America News emphasized “They [abortionists] are not pro-choice they are pro-abortion,” explaining that if a pregnant woman has the courage to give birth to the baby and to leave the abortion clinic, they will attack her choice.

Many of the viewers of the OAN anchor’s video intervened by sharing their own views.

“Aborting your unborn child is not Parenthood. It’s planned murder. Repent 🇺🇸,” wrote Sam Rossi Songwriter.

Likewise, the One America News [OAN] anchor strongly supported her colleague Johnson and criticized pro-abortion while broadening the context.

In particular, she noted that presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) leads an organization that attacks women like JK’s mother who choose to give birth and incite them to have abortions.

The presenter criticized the Democratic senator for wearing her Planned Parenthood scarf to the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

“I made the decision when Donald Trump was elected—I decided I would go to the inauguration … but it was important to me what I wore. I’ll tell you what I wore: I wore my scarf that has in big letters embroidered on it, ‘Planned Parenthood,'” Warren said, according to the OAN presenter.

Moreover, the candidate said she would use it again if elected president of the United States.

The multinational abortion company Planned Parenthood imposes abortion quotas on its employees, in addition to pressuring women to abort, in order to enrich themselves.

The presenter defines with two words the goals of the company: money and abortions.

She points out that its goal is not women’s health care, and that according to the data the percentage of examinations for cancer prevention in women ranges between 1 and 2 percent, while they abort 330,000 babies each year, which means that 94 percent of the women who enter their clinics are intervened.

The impact of these numbers represents the difference between Democrats and Republicans.

In other words, while Republicans glorify women who give birth to their babies, Democrats glorify abortion and ridicule women who choose life.

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