BCN editor’s note: This article first appeared at Western Journalism.
When it comes to perpetuating their love of child murder, the radical pro-abortion crowd has proven time and again that virtually nothing is sacred. As ‘artist’ Ron English recently celebrated on his weblog, activists in New York recently proved this point with unmistakable vulgarity.
According to LifeNews.com, English is an abortion-supporting propaganda artist. Though he did not directly take credit for the outrageous display at a store in Poughkeepsie, the site noted that he “just happened to go to the exact [location] where these dolls were placed.”
The dolls in question depicted a baby with long hair and a beard attached to a clothes hanger.
Along with the displays were tags that read: “Hobby Lobby Aborted Baby Jesus.”
Included in English’s blog post was a video of an unidentified woman hanging several of these tasteless, blasphemous dolls in the store. Judging from the other products on nearby shelves, the vandalism appears to have taken place near Easter.
The video’s title, “Christian Consumerism,” offers little insight into the ostensible message the crass display was intended to relay. A final phrase appears at the end of the video:
Hobby Lobby, of course, is at the forefront of a fight to protect religious freedoms under assault by ObamaCare mandates that would require employers to provide healthcare covering abortive services.
Photo credit: MJBarnes (Creative Commons)