Abortion group taunts Utah over murder of unborn

Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

CO pro-abort billboardA billboard that “welcomes” people to Colorado may make visitors think about turning around.

The I-70 billboard paid by for a pro-abortion group states, "Welcome to Colorado, where you can get a safe, legal abortion."

It’s no coincidence that eastbound traffic from neighbor Utah will see the billboard.

"The goal of the billboard was meant to be a bold message to our neighbors coming in,” Fawn Bolack, co-founder of Keep Abortion Safe, told a Denver TV news station. “That they are now entering a state that respects and allows them to make their own reproductive health care decisions.”

Bob Enyart, spokesman for Colorado Right to Life, tells OneNewsNow the pro-life group puts up its own billboards around The Centennial State to stand for life.

“Human rights for all,” is the theme of a billboard the pro-life group is preparing to erect soon.

"You have to hate God to want to advertise to kill unborn children," Enyart says of the pro-abortion billboard. "They're actually dismembering innocent children at our Planned Parenthood abortion mill.”

The purpose of a pro-life billboard, Enyart says, is to remind the public that a baby in the womb is a “living human being,” and all living human beings have God-given rights.


Editor's Note: This story has been edited to clarify that a pro-abortion group paid for the billboard. 

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