‘Remember when evil was subtle?’ Pro-life billboard with beautiful baby defiled with vile graffiti

A pro-life billboard in Portland, Oregon was painted with appalling graffiti saying “kill them kids” which prompted its removal and a denouncement from the state branch of Planned Parenthood.

The message originally read “Protect the Babies” and “Heartbeat 18 days from conception,” but some foul vandal painted the words “Kill them kids” on it, adding a black “X” on each of the child’s eyes.

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Executive Director An Do responded to the horrific message, distancing the organization from the sentiments expressed on the billboard.

“In the last six months since the Dobbs decision, we have devoted our time and resources to responding to the public health crisis unleashed by the Supreme Court’s decision,” he said to KOIN-6. “Our singular goal is to help patients – both those in Oregon and those forced to flee their states – overcome barriers to get the essential health care they need and deserve. That means focusing on health care and human rights, not vandalism.​”

According to the Portland Police Bureau, it is not clear whether any reports have been filed in relation to the vandalism.

Social media had quite a bit to say about the billboard:

Republished with permission from American Wire News Service


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