Viral tweet mocks miscarriages to promote abortion. The wave of backlash is coming fast.

A man went viral Thursday after trying to use miscarriages to promote a pro-abortion talking point.

what would be said

Comedian Alex Falcone went to twitter late Wednesday night in an attempt to attack pro-life Americans who have miscarried.

“I don’t think anyone really believes that fetuses are human. i think they are lying In America there are almost 1,000,000 miscarriages every year, it happens to almost everyone. But we don’t get invited to funerals all the time,” Falcone said.

“Nobody who says ‘abortion is murder’ wears a sign saying so [say] ‘And miscarriage is suicide,'” he added.


In another tweet, Falcone called“We rarely talk about miscarriages, even though they happen to basically everyone you know. They are devastating, but not for souls. Nobody talks about how they can’t wait to be reunited with their fetus in heaven because they don’t really believe that.”

What was the answer?

The comments sparked a tsunami of backlash, from mothers and fathers experiencing the pain of losing an unborn child to pastors and ministers solemnly leading a ceremony honoring the life of an unborn child lost through miscarriage went.

  • “As a pastor, I have conducted private memorial services for miscarriages/stillborn babies. And I’ve cried/prayed with countless (apparently) couples who have suffered miscarriages and tearfully witnessed the mystery of life,” said one pastor answered.
  • “My second miscarriage was a girl. We gave her a name. We didn’t want to know the gender of our third and fourth miscarriages because it was too painful. A friend suggested a funeral, but my husband and I mourned at our home instead. — some of the most painful years of my life,” one mother called.
  • “I had 7 miscarriages. Let’s discuss instead of being ignorant, Alex. We have mourned the loss of each child, remembering their conceptions and due dates, and naming each child. They are our children, not fetuses,” said another mother called.
  • “I don’t know why miscarriages are so common and as a believer in God I don’t know what happens to them after this life or how they fit into His plan, but I know the heartbreak we’ve experienced and the love we have for our sweet boy who didn’t make it. We buried him in the backyard,” said one father called.
  • “Our miscarriage completely changed our perspective. You hear a heartbeat after 6 or 7 weeks… You lose a child. It was two heartbeats. two children The process is medicalized burial and no one suggested it,” another man
    called.
  • “I’ve had a funeral for a miscarried baby before. If you have ever been in the hospital with a grieving mother who has just lost her child, you would never say such a difficult thing,” said another minister called.
  • “My wife and I had three miscarriages in the second trimester. We’ve had funerals. One of our children was buried on my in-laws’ farm. We named them Finley, Hazel and Beckett. We’re not lying — all three are human.” Another dad called.
  • “I have worked as a hospital chaplain in the neonatal intensive care unit, labor and maternity ward and have done a funeral service for the families who have lost their children to miscarriage, fetal death etc. The families wanted it and found it useful. The following tweet is just ignorance,” another minister called.
  • “I recently had a funeral for two miscarried babies. This was a great loss for the parents and it is offensive to them and so many others to say their babies are not human,” said a Catholic priest called.

https://www.theblaze.com/news/viral-tweet-miscarriages-pro-abortion Viral tweet mocks miscarriages to promote abortion. The wave of backlash is coming fast.

Laura Coffey

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