There are people walking around, ordering Starbucks, seeing movies, maybe even scrapbooking… who think it’s totally fine to kill toddlers. We’re talking about walking, eating, breathing children up to about two years old. You may hear the term “infanticide” thrown around especially when we’re talking about Gosnell and the like, but let’s get real here. Killing two-year-olds?
These people aren’t mythical creatures or figments of “crazy pro-lifers” imaginations. The pro-abortion side has gone so far off the rails that born children are fair game. Almost every time SFLA brings a campus tour around, our students and regional coordinators get at least one passerby who argues for the morality of killing children up until the age of two (throwback to this video from the University of Tennessee): [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fGU5R2qBDc[/youtube] For that matter, why two? Two seems to be a common cutoff point for infanticide supporters. Are three-year-olds inherently more valuable than two-year-olds? Perhaps being potty-trained gives us human rights?
Christina Coffman, Rocky Mountain Regional Coordinator for SFLA, was at a start-of-school recruiting event at Colorado State University-Pueblo this past week. What ensued is the cringiest story of the SFLA school year so far:
We really, really want to believe that he’s just biting the bullet on this one to prove consistency in his stance. We really, really don’t want to believe that he could stand in a room and watch as toddlers are basically executed and think that was acceptable. If he somehow wasn’t just biting the bullet, there are about a million follow-up questions for an opinion like that. Who decides if they’re going to have a bad life? What if one parent wants to kill them and the other doesn’t? Who’s doing the killing here? Is it okay for parents to just kill the children themselves or do they have to bring them to a certain place?
Honestly, just coming up with those questions for this piece makes me feel like I need a shower. It’s easier to sleep at night believing that these people don’t really mean it, but just in case they do, make sure you’re ready to dialogue with them this school year. Your regional coordinator has all the dialogue training you need, as well as easy pro-life displays to take out on campus. They’ll even come out with you! All you have to do is ask. So what are you waiting for?
If you are a student in:
ME, CT, RI, VT, NH, or MA, contact Abigail Young.
NY or NJ, contact Kate Maloney.
IN or OH, contact Marissa Gentry.
PA or DE, contact Liana Hollendonner.
KY or TN, contact Elizabeth Parker.
VA or WV, contact Lori Cascio.
NC, SC, GA, or FL, contact Ryan Eyrich.
DC or MD, contact Stephanie Schmitt.
NE, KS, SD, or MO, contact Elizabeth Hill.
IL or IA, contact David Cordaro.
CO or NM, contact Christina Coffman.
OR or ID, contact Nichole Bentz.
WI, MN, or ND, contact Noah Maldonado.
WA, AL, or HI, contact Katie Lodjic.
Southern CA or AZ, contact Christina Herrera.
Northern CA or NV, contact Anna Bakh.
TX or OK, contact Sarah Zarr.
AL, AR, LA, MS, MT, PR, UT, or WY, contact Brie Heraty.