If liberals ranting about having to spend the holidays around family members who don't agree with their politics weren't bad enough, a pro-“choice” group that raises money for abortions has published a "toolkit" telling people how to talk to their relatives about abortion at the dinner table over some Thanksgiving Day stuffing.
Because apparently, to abortion advocates, “Pass the cranberry sauce. Hey, how ‘bout that infanticide?” is a common Turkey Day conversation topic.
“Talking with your family about abortion isn’t always easy. If you're visiting loved ones for the holidays this time of year, check out our guide for talking about abortion, including graphics, articles, and a toolkit!” NNAF tweeted.
Talking with your family about abortion isn’t always easy. If you're visiting loved ones for the holidays this time of year, check out our guide for talking about abortion, including graphics, articles, and a toolkit! https://t.co/PS4JoPPopA pic.twitter.com/C6ufVl3iaE— NNAF Abortion Funds (@AbortionFunds) November 27, 2019
The guide’s tips include things like waiting your turn to speak, “chick[ing] in” on your conversation partner’s feelings, and “offer[ing] gratitude for their time.”
Of course, the NNAF’s tweet was met with no small amount of mockery from Twitter, even among some abortion supporters who agreed that the topic isn’t exactly dinner table appropriate.
Not sure that images of crushed skulls and dismembered bodies are going to win the family over during lunch or ever.— Adam (@AdamHardesty) November 27, 2019
There’s always the option of talking about anything else.— FA in HFX (@AkulFred) November 27, 2019
Yep, killing babies is a great ice-breaking topic of conversation. You people are truly sick.— David Ross (@djross95) November 27, 2019
Oh sure yeah. A good time would be right after the family prayer and before telling everyone what we're thankful for. 🙄— Hi🙏🦃 (@lowcarbfast) November 27, 2019
Hey. One less mouth to feed next thanksgiving right? Pass the potatoes.— Matt (@1manstweets) November 27, 2019
Because who doesn't love a little dismemberment with their pumpkin pie?