The Leftist Death Cult strikes again, this time in Maine where a coalition of deranged grandmothers has reportedly formed a new pro-abortion advocacy group that’s pushing for more young women who could be these grandmothers’ daughters to abort their unborn babies – babies who, if they were actually allowed to be born and given a chance at life, could be these grandmothers’ grandchildren.
Dubbed “Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights” – or what these pro-death elderly women think is clever and humorous to refer to in shorthand as “GRR!” – the group is known to wear bright yellow shirts that send a pro-abortion message wherever they go. According to LifeNews.com, GRR! members also spend a lot of time at the Maine Capitol advocating for more women to get abortions – because there’s not already enough baby death in the world, apparently.
GRR! Founder Judy Kahrl says she decided to found the group after traveling to Africa and observing many young women who decided to postpone bearing children and having a family, and instead pursue an education and a career. Somehow in Kahrl’s mind, this inspired her to advocate for more abortion here in the United States where it’s already legal, and where birth control is readily available for women who wish to do the same.
“Abortion is a sticking point for many because it has become connected to religion,” Kahrl is quoted as saying, again bizarrely connecting her African experience to a domestic one involving abortion and religious opposition to the gruesome practice. “It’s not a religious issue. It’s not a Republican or Democratic issue. Reproductive freedom is a human rights issue.”
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Judy Kahrl’s father is Dr. Clarence Gamble of consumer products giant Procter & Gamble, who was “good friends” with Margaret Sanger
It’s important to note that Judy Kahrl isn’t just some random Mainer who one day decided that it was important to dedicate her life to encouraging more women to have their unborn babies ripped to shreds in the womb and vacuumed out for disposal. Her familial ties to eugenics programs actually go way back, and are much more nefarious in intent.
Kahrl’s father is none other than Dr. Clarence Gamble of the mega-corporation Procter & Gamble – Dr. Gamble having long been an advocate of birth control and “women’s health” rights, aka abortion. Dr. Gamble was also reportedly “good friends” with Margaret Sanger, the infamous founder of the world’s largest abortion provider and baby “chop shop,” Planned Parenthood.
Dr. Gamble also founded a grassroots organization known as “Pathfinder International” that, once again, was completely devoted to teaching “reproductive health education” internationally – reproductive health education being code for yet more abortion.
Judy Kahrl is said to have accompanied her father on many of his international trips to countries where he was promoting abortion, which explains her continued zeal for convincing as many young women as possible to abort their babies rather than give birth.
Rachel’s Vineyard retreat center provides healing services for grandparents grieving the loss of their aborted grandchildren
The silver lining in all of this is that not all grandmothers are as sick and demented as those who proudly support and identify as GRR! According to the National Catholic Register, there’s now a retreat center where grandmothers who value human life, but whose daughters chose to get abortions, can go to grieve and support one another through this heartbreaking process.
“The Rachel’s Vineyard retreat was a powerful experience of healing for me and really went to the heart of my post abortion trauma and grief and helped me to find peace and closure,” one mourning grandmother is quoted as saying.
“I formed a number of close friendships from that experience and we remained in touch at support group meetings and social events loving and supporting, and praying for one another.”