A CNN commentator is bowling to raise money for abortions while mocking critics who call her “charity drive” disgusting.

After CNN’s Sally Kohn announced she was taking part in a “Bowl-a-Thon” for “abortion access,” she started using tweets from her critics as part of her donation drive.

“I challenge everyone to donate more dollars than I have haters,” she tweeted while quoting a lady who called her a “disgusting person.”

Kohn also said she was motivated to bowl for abortions because she believes “everyone should have access to the abortions they need, regardless of how much money they have.”

“I’m bowling to break down barriers to abortion access,” Kohn added. “I’m lacing up my shoes and polishing my bowling ball to raise money for my local abortion fund, the New York Abortion Access Fund.”

“You can help me hit my goal, and together, we can make an immediate difference with real impact.”

Sounds callous at the very least, doesn’t it? Seriously, “bowling for abortions?” Really?

But it isn’t that surprising when you consider that the most radical pro-choice activists value human life the least.

For example, in February we reported on a feminist who claimed she aborted her baby after discovering it was male.

The feminist, Lana, said she started “weeping at the thought” of what she was “about to curse the world with” and decided an abortion would “make things right.”

“I went in for the procedure, as it was fairly later in my pregnancy, I was aware there were certain risks, but it went off without a hitch,” she wrote. “My body’s betrayal was no more, I was free… I felt strong.”

“I had done something positive, something that would actually make a difference, something good, even though as I would find out, many others wouldn’t see it that way.”

Of course no one saw it that way! It’s understandable that people with morals would be disgusted by someone who aborted a baby because of his gender and someone who’s “bowling for abortions.”

Embracing abortion as “empowering” leads to decadence, plain and simple.

“The fate of nations is intimately bound up with their powers of reproduction,” the tyrant Benito Mussolini once wrote. “All nations and all empires first felt decadence gnawing at them when their birth rate fell off.”

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