President Trump and VP Mike Pence’s announcement for a 6th military service to be known as a Space Force was in the news Thursday:
BREAKING: Vice President Pence announces plans for new, separate US Space Force as 6th military service by 2020.
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 9, 2018
Planned Parenthood saw an opening to take a swipe at Pence, and they took it:
Mike Pence would sooner pay to put lasers in space than see people exercise their constitutional right to safe, legal abortion or access health care at Planned Parenthood. #priorities ? https://t.co/Ql2cIEz7ET
— Planned Parenthood Action (@PPact) August 10, 2018
Because everybody knows life comes down to two basic choices: Lasers in space, or being a cheerleader for abortion.
Everyone has a constitutional right to life, which you clearly oppose
— Mitch Behna (@MitchBehna) August 10, 2018
Since when is any of those things a "constitutional right"? https://t.co/AcOTkh5JMR
— Shorty ? ?️♠️ ? #Prolife #IamOwen (@000funsize) August 10, 2018
And yet Planned Parenthood doesn’t yet loathe the Trump administration enough to turn down federal funding. Go figure.
I bet the survival rate of people who sign up for Space Force is greater than the survival rate of babies at Planned Parenthood. https://t.co/pNpuHD65U9
— James Hasson (@JamesHasson20) August 10, 2018
— RNortonRN ?? (@RNortonRN) August 10, 2018
Murder is not a constitutional right
— Ben Taylor (@ben_taylor1044) August 10, 2018
Do you really want people "seeing" what you actually do? Would it also include the sale of the baby's body parts after? Because you got really upset when someone simply filmed the negotiations. https://t.co/xdZ1MgMuT5
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) August 10, 2018
Killing babies is exactly where in the constitution?
— Clay "Model" Staves, Jr❌ (@ClayJrStaves) August 10, 2018
“Constitutional right!” ?HahahahaHaha!
*sigh* Oh man that was a good one.
— Jill Kiefer (@JillKiefer1) August 10, 2018
Planned Parenthood’s become quite adept at the self-unaware and unintentional humor.