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by Jill Stanek | Washington, DC | | 3/24/14 10:21 AM


Back in January 2010 I reported that the DC Abortion Fund had given the “gorgeous and touching” coat hanger pendant as a holiday fundraising gift. And it’s so très chic, constructed of “handmade sterling silver,” no less.

Two days ago, National Review Online noticed DCAF is again hawking the coat hanger bauble, and this time Drudge picked up the story, drawing the abortion funder lots of scorn.

goodnewsAn editor at U.S. News & World Report called DCAF’s give-away a “misguided parody” that “makes you wonder what goes on in the minds of people who think a trinket like that is a good idea as it lampoons the horrors of back alley abortions and makes light of the imagery the supporters of legal abortion used for decades to get their point across.”

I, on the other hand, want to thank DCAF and the pro-abortion community for their decades long “anti-coathanger abortion” public service announcements. They pretty much ensure no one will be so senseless as to try to kill her baby that way once abortion again becomes illegal, since the psa’s make it clear she might take herself out in the process.

Indeed, I think evidence points to the fact that the coathanger-abortion psa’s are having a positive impact in almost-post-abortion America. If, when abortions become difficult to obtain, we will return to the coathanger-abortion days, as abortion proponents threaten, you’d think we’d already be seeing them in any of the six states – Arkansas,  Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming – that are now down to one abortion provider. But no.

Or how about in Texas, where a “400-mile stretch between Houston and the Louisiana border,” in the “vast, impoverished Rio Grande Valley,” quoting CBS News, is now without an abortion clinic?

Indeed, if abortion access is indeed now “in a full-blown crisis,” as claimed at Salon the other day, shouldn’t we be seeing that crisis played out in coathanger abortions?

But we have abortion advocates constantly warning against them, from old


to young


to everyone in-between, in this case demonstrating a “baby-on-the-brain” coat-hanger abortion…


from monster coathangers


to women caged by coathangers


to coathanger gorillas that should be caged before they snag someone…


Pro-choicers become incensed when they think pro-lifers are encroaching on their coathanger territory.  Look how ticked this guy is…


They don’t want to hear their claim is a myth…(Someone needs to force these liars to prove their numbers)


to the point that even Urban Dictionary mocks the concept…


Actually, abortion proponents know the truth. The just don’t want others to learn their coathanger abortion threat is a lie. So they just keep telling it louder.

All their other arguments are failing. Note: Jill Stanek fought to stop “live birth abortions” after witnessing one as an RN at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois. That led to the Born Alive Infants Protection Act legislation, signed by President Bush, that would ensure that proper medical care be given to unborn children who survive botched abortion attempts.

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