Planned Parenthood once again put their abortion depravity on full display by operating an “abortion ice-cream truck” at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival in Austin.
Fully decked out to appear as an ice-cream truck, the Planned Parenthood propaganda-mobile cruised around the festival, handing out abortion themed gear and attacking Pro-Life laws like the Texas Heartbeat Act.
Pro-abortion messages, such as “Ice cream you scream: ‘Abortion rights for all’” and “Join the fight to defend abortion access,” adorned the truck.
Alexis McGill Johnson, President of Planned Parenthood, tweeted a picture of the truck with the message, “stop by to grab some free Bans Off swag, condoms, and education on the cold hearted policies of the Texas legislature.”
Johnson, along with Ken Lambrecht, president of Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, and rabidly anti-Life former state senator Wendy Davis, took a video together promoting the truck.
Planned Parenthood took something that children normally joyously flock towards and instead use that to promote the killing of children through abortion.
Distasteful ice-cream puns combined with abortion propaganda took aim at Texas and recent Pro-Life advancements such as the Texas Heartbeat Act.
When she wasn’t riding around in the abortion ice-cream truck, Alexis McGill Johnson also delivered a speech at the festival. In her speech Johnson stated that should Roe v. Wade be overturned there will be “rage that is going to be in the streets, that we have to be a part of.” This type of rhetoric from leftist leaders is what eggs on the mob-rule mentality that we’ve seen in recent years, including the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and the Black Lives Matter riots.
South by Southwest is the biggest and most popular music and arts festival in Texas, taking place every year in Austin. Sadly, SXSW seems to have been co-opted by a radical anti-Life abortion agenda. Other anti-Life figures such as Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, Stacey Abrams, and many more also delivered speeches at the festival.
Pop music star “Lizzo” also attacked the Texas Heartbeat Act during the festival, saying “the abortion ban (Texas Heartbeat Act) is atrocious. Mind your business. Stay out of my body.”
The rampant abortion propaganda spread by this disgusting “abortion ice-cream truck” and by speakers at SXSW emphasizes the importance of Pro-Lifers not backing down from the culture wars. As we make incredible Pro-Life progress, Pro-Lifers must work harder than ever to spread the message of Life in every facet of society, especially education and the arts.