GRR…This Abortion Rights Group Is Not What You’d Expect

In small towns and big cities, the abortion debate rages.

Just when you thought the left’s agenda to push the murder of the unborn couldn’t get any worse, something even more sickening is brought to our attention.

And you won’t believe – really won’t believe – who has jumped on the abortion bandwagon now.

Grandmother – just the word brings forth feelings of warmth and safety, unconditional love and happy memories.  Above all, we tend to think that grandmothers would do anything to keep a child safe.

But there’s a new kind of grandmother in the spotlight right now.

Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights – or, appropriately, GRR! – is the latest abortion advocacy group spewing progressive propaganda.

You read that right.  This group is comprised of about 40 grandmothers – so far – whose mission is to “educate women at the local level about the pro-abortion agenda, and encourage women to speak with their local government officials about supporting abortion and other reproductive health issues,” according to LifeNews.

Judy Kahrl is the group’s founder, and it’s not surprising where her anti-life values come from.

Kahrl’s father is Dr. Clarence Gamble, co-founder of the mega-corporation Proctor and Gamble.  The company is a large corporate donor to Planned Parenthood to this day.

You can read more on Clarence Gamble’s anti-life legacy and his ties to the early days of Planned Parenthood on Mommy Underground.

Judy Kahrl often accompanied her father on business trips and was, of course, deeply affected by her father’s anti-life population control agenda.

Kahrl says she was moved to start GRR because she thinks the pro-choice crowd has been far too “silent.”

Silent?  We think not.  Abortion advocates have been shouting from the rooftops for decades about the “right” of women to murder their unborn children in the name of convenience.

Just like other progressives, Kahrl thinks legalized abortion is a “human rights issue.”  But of course, she doesn’t believe that unborn children are human – or have any rights.

Not surprisingly, Planned Parenthood has heralded GRR on Twitter and offered support for their group.

Kahrl has posted photos on social media with her own granddaughters, all of them wearing bright yellow GRR shirts and smiling for the camera.

But she must not stop to think that there are thousands of women out there who are denied the blessing of being a grandmother because of abortion.

“Well, GRR really started as kind of a joke,” said Judy Kahrl, according to Life News. “There is something about grandmothers doing this, working with this and caring, because it’s not for us at this point.  It is for our daughters, our sons, our grandsons, our granddaughters.”

Well, we’re not laughing.

The murder of millions of unborn children is not a joke.  And Kahrl is just another progressive who believes in the “me first” agenda.  A child is disposable to these folks; an abortion procedure given no more regard than a trip to the salon.

And other grandmothers are disgusted by this granny group of abortion advocates.

Other grandmothers mourn the loss of grandchildren who were aborted.  They mourn the loss of potential, the loss of little hands to hold.  They mourn the loss of making cookies and reading stories and babysitting.

For them, they understand what has been lost since the legalization of abortion.

In fact, support groups and retreat centers like Rachel’s Vineyard have been formed to support grandmothers who have lost a grandchild to abortion.

Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights will never understand what they are really advocating for.

As the Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights gather around the table laughing and planning their next speech at the statehouse to support abortion, the rest of us will continue to fight for life.

And we will pray for Judy Kahrl’s granddaughters who are being raised to think they are entitled to the right to murder their child – and that their own grandmother is fighting on the frontlines to protect that “right.”

Can you believe that a group of grandmothers would form an abortion rights group?  Leave us your comments.

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