Pro-abortion groups are pointing their finger at Republicans and pro-life advocates for inciting the shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic last week.
ProgressNow Colorado and NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado plan to “name names” at a press conference Tuesday at the Colorado State Capitol, calling on “right-wing politicians in Colorado at every level apologize for their fake claims.”
— Kyle Clark (@KyleClark) November 30, 2015
Calling the shooting an act of “domestic terrorism,” NARAL’s Karen Middleton said, I believe it was incited by many individuals and organizations who have escalated their hate speech.” “It is time to call out and stop this dangerous campaign of lies from right-wing politicians before more lives are lost,” said Amy Runyon-Harms of ProgressNow Colorado. Social media users were quick to point out the double standard.
Some Twitter users were amused by the “breaking news” aspect.
While others had a more somber opinion.
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