Last week, 15-year-old Disney star Rowan Blanchard took to social media to once again advocate for the murder of the unborn to her near 5 million Instagram followers.
The vocal left-wing teen with a heart for abortion posted a photo that said, "Women will always have abortions: They will either be safe and legal or unsafe and illegal."
The flawed pro-abortion talking point was captioned with a hit at pro-lifers, painting such people as selfish and uncaring:
"Plannedparenthood.org / federal funding does NOT fund planned parenthood abortions so try again./ who are you pro-life for? Are you pro-life when we enter war? Are you pro-life when [an] unarmed black person is shot by the police? Are you pro-life for a woman who was raped at 16 and got pregnant? Who are you protecting? Yourselves? / don't support abortion? Cool! Don't have one.”
Although the 15-year-old is clearly bright and brings out the best pro-abort language she can muster, her post is a bit off:
Planned Parenthood's funds are fungible, as noted by Daily Wire's Frank Camp, so those 500 million tax-payer dollars the lucrative "nonprofit" annually receives can easily fund abortions, the corporation's biggest money-maker by a long shot. And the insinuation that pro-lifers are racist and unfeeling is pure leftism: When you lack an argument, cast your opponents as any "-ist" you can think of. Further, her idea that abortion is not the business of pro-lifers would have to be applied to her own logic, destroying her presumed point that Planned Parenthood should get our taxpayer dollars. In other words, if it's none of my business, why must I fund it?
Blanchard, who stared in the now-canceled "Boy Meets World" spin-off, has advocated hard for abortion in the past, too. In fact, the teen previously named Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards as a "role model."
“When I name my role models, it’s women like you," Blanchard said to Richards, during an interview last February, "and women like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and people like that who have really taken something and driven it forward.”
The self-styled feminist is also a fierce opponent of President Donald Trump, once calling him "openly racist/misogynist/xenophobic and a serial sexual abuser." She also explained that if you voted for Trump you are an "ally" to racism, misogyny, xenophobia and sexual assault.
In January, Blanchard came out as "queer" on Twitter.
H/T IJ Review