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Pro-life Activists Speak Out In Regards To Planned Parenthood/Samsung Virtual Reality Partnership

Pro-life groups have responded to the virtual reality project that Planned Parenthood and Samsung teamed up to produce for the DNC. As reported last week, the project was created to give convention attendees a 7-minute “experience” designed to blur the lines on what really happens in an abortion clinic. And the pro-life consensus: it is not real.

Multiple sources have made statements in regard to last week’s “reality” scheme. CEO and president of Concerned Women for America, Penny Nance, told The Daily Signal that she has seen many pro-life activists act in a kind and loving manner towards women thinking about abortion, while the video biasedly portrays pro-life activists shouting vulgar sentiments at women approaching Planned Parenthood clinics.

Director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council stated:

“The reality is that the vast majority of pro-life advocates are out there to support and help women understand all of their options and to pray for them, as well as for abortion workers.”

The Center for Medical Progress received a great deal of criticism last year after its release of the scandalous Planned Parenthood body part for profit videos. The organization was accused of significantly editing their undercover findings. Carol Tobias, president of the National Right to Life Committee proposed this question:

“Why is America supposed to accept this simulated video, shown at the Democrat convention, but not the real video[s] exposing Planned Parenthood for the callous, hard-hearted people they are?”

The abortion giant does everything it can to impart its twisted agenda on America with profit in mind, not the health and well-being of women, as it so falsely claims.

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