A commercial for Doritos that aired during Sunday's Super Bowl has the pro-abortion crowd in a tizzy because the ad dared to depict a baby inside its mother's womb during an ultrasound.
What's so great about ultrasound technology is that it gives us a window into the womb, showing just how active the baby is while it awaits birth. And that's precisely why abortion activists hate ultrasound technology so much: It makes it pretty difficult to deny that vibrant human life inside the womb exists.
The pro-abortion group NARAL Pro-Choice America (formerly National Abortion Rights Action League) kicked things off with its Twitter response excoriating Doritos' nerve in depicting human babies as, well, humans. “#NotBuyingIt – that @Doritos ad using #antichoice tactic of humanizing fetuses & sexist tropes of dads as clueless & moms as uptight. #SB50,” NARAL tweeted.
Not sure how showing a woman who clearly is choosing life is anti choice, but not everyone is following NARAL's rant.
“If NARAL is scandalized by the notion that a human fetus is human, then they are scandalized by science,” Ashley McGuire, a senior fellow with The Catholic Association, said. “We know children in the womb have distinct and human DNA. We also know that they exhibit all sorts of human behaviors in the womb such as yawning, thumb-sucking, and even dancing thanks to tremendous advances in ultrasound technology.
When you have no ground to stand on, you have to resort to denial. All NARAL really succeeded in showing with its rant is that it rejects science and human life itself. After all, why else would an innocent ultrasound image spark such anger unless the thought of a baby inside a womb sickens you?