Two Congressional Democrats Senator Edward Markey of Massachusetts and Representative Madeleine Dean of Pennsylvania wore pro-abortion Planned Parenthood heart lapel pins to Joe Biden’s State of the Union address. The pins display the first “o” in the word “abortion” with the shape of a love heart. The pro-abortion heart pins are for sale on the Planned Parenthood website for $10USD.
Madeline Dean tweeted she was wearing the pro-abortion pin because “I say the word, I wear the word. Abortion care is health care. Abortion care saves lives.”
I say the word, I wear the word.
Abortion care is health care.
Abortion care saves lives. pic.twitter.com/rGO1kcIDBo
— Congresswoman Madeleine Dean (@RepDean) February 7, 2023
Senator Markey tweeted “I’m wearing my abortion pin from @PPFA to tonight’s State of the Union address. Abortion is essential healthcare and we need to codify this right.”
— Ed Markey (@SenMarkey) February 8, 2023
With the Supreme Court of the United States overturning Roe vs Wade with its Dobbs v. Jackson last June allowing the states to set their own abortion laws, Democrats have even further hardened their pro-abortion stance.
Both Democrats come from far-leftist states where abortion is legal up to at least 24 weeks into a pregnancy. Democrats credit their pro-abortion policy for helping them retain the Senate and only just losing the House at the November mid-term Congressional elections.
Pro-life advocates reacted with disgust to these Democrats displaying their love for abortion with many calling them ‘ghouls’.
Tucker Carlon highlighted on his Fox News program “Take a look at this pin, which has replaced the American flag on their lapels. Notice that the ‘o’ in abortion is in the shape of a heart. They literally love abortion. Now, let’s set aside the politics and ask an honest question: Who loves abortion? Maybe they think abortion should be legal, but do you love abortion? Do you think abortion is a wonderful affirming act?”
President Joe Biden reaffirmed his Administration’s pro-abortion stance in his State of the Union address “The Vice President and I are doing everything we can to protect access to reproductive health care and safeguard patient privacy. But already, more than a dozen states are enforcing extreme abortion bans,” he said. “Make no mistake about it: If Congress passes a national abortion ban, I will veto it.”