Watch: One Of The Funniest Super Bowl Commercials Has Liberals Freaking Out

One of the nation’s of most prominent abortion rights organizations is not pleased with a Doritos Super Bowl ad.

In the amusing ad, a woman in her third trimester is undergoing an ultrasound, with her husband standing close by eating Doritos. The wife is clearly upset by his insensitivity, but their baby in the womb is not. The baby in fact follows every move of the chip in dad’s hand.

As to not give away the punch line (literally), watch for yourself below what happens next.

NARAL Pro-Choice America was not happy at all with the ad’s content.

Many responded to the tweet. One woman asked the obvious question of NARAL, “Oh, so how do we have more humans?”  Christian radio talk show host Janet Parshall replied:

Another replied:

Still another offered a more lighthearted response:


NARAL Ohio also responded angrily to ads featuring babies:

As reported by Western Journalism, the issue of the humanity of the unborn has been front and center in the public debate over the last several months with a release of a series of undercover videos, which appear to provide strong evidence that Planned Parenthood has engaged in the sale of aborted babies’ body parts.

A question concerning abortion was posed to Sen. Marco Rubio at the Republican debate in New Hampshire Saturday night, with moderator Mary Katharine Ham asking the candidate how the GOP should speak to millennials about the topic.

Rubio replied by calling out the media and the Democrats:

Here’s what I find outrageous. There has been five Democratic debates. The media has not asked them a single question on abortion and on abortion, the Democrats are extremists. Why doesn’t the media ask Hillary Clinton why she believes that all abortion should be legal, even on the due date of that unborn child.

Why don’t they ask Hillary Clinton why she believe that partial-birth abortion, which is a gruesome procedure that has been outlawed in this country, she thinks that’s a fundamental right. They are the extremists. When it comes to the issue of abortion and I can’t wait to expose them in a general election.

h/t: ChurchPOP

Houston: The New San Francisco

I’ve been in the journalism business for almost my entire life.

I have never seen a travesty like the Harris County, Texas, grand jury’s indictment of the two people who made the undercover videos showing the baby killers at Planned Parenthood selling dead baby body parts on tape. I have to wonder if the result would have been the same had they been a crew from CBS doing a story on white cops shooting black kids.

They cleared Planned Parenthood, but indicted the undercover journalists on FELONY charges for 1) using fake California drivers’ licenses for ID, and 2) offering to buy the dead baby parts.

Even in Houston, Texas, the home of Enron, those charges are going nowhere. In fact, the Governor and the Attorney General are still investigating Planned Parenthood; and now, they can investigate the Harris County District Attorney. Who knew that Houston was auditioning to be the new San Francisco.

Reminds me of a line from a Doonesbury cartoon from a Texas courtroom.

“That’s two seeds.  He must be a dealer.”

Grand Jury Gives Planned Parenthood A Pass, Indict Makers Of Damning Videos Instead

Video Transcript:

Monday night, a grand jury in Texas chose to indict pro-life activists for their undercover videos – instead of Planned Parenthood.

Judge Napolitano says, “It’s a political hit job.”

NAPOLITANO: I’m beginning to think that it is a political hit job on the people who did the investigating. So you have bonafide journalists assuming identities … they’re really seriously pro-life people wanting to expose how government dollars are being used by Planned Parenthood. The Lieutenant Governor of Texas, Dan Patrick, a fiercely pro-life person, asks this prosecutor to investigate. She investigates. You impanel a grand jury of 23 people, you tell them who your target is…

STEVE DOOCY: Planned Parenthood.

NAPOLITANO: Right, and you produce evidence. The grand jury does not turn around and indict your witnesses – the people who brought you the case – without the prosecutor wanting this to happen. So why would this prosecutor – appointed by Governor Perry, a former judge, a Republican woman – why would this prosecutor want to do this other than to send a message like: I might be a Republican but leave Planned Parenthood alone. Leave it alone? They’re using tax dollars to kill babies and sell their body parts!

The Judge also said this would have an adverse effect on investigative journalism.

DOOCY: So one of the, apparently one of the charges is purchasing human organs. Alright, how can you be indicted for purchasing human organs without indicting the entitiy…


DOOCY: Selling the human organs!?

NAPOLITANO: You know, this type of indictment will chill, will deter journalists who want to have conversations with people. If there’s a bad person out there, you find out how far they will go in their evil designs. The person having the conversation is not committing a crime because they don’t have the intent to commit the crime, they’re just trying to find out if the other is willing to do so.

Naturally, “Abortion Barbie” Wendy Davis was thrilled with the unexpected decision.

DAVIS: It is sweet justice coming from the perspective of someone like me and so many others who share my views on reproductive rights in the state of Texas. They got caught in their own malicious trap, essentially.

Are these an odd turn of events? How do you feel about the Planned Parenthood videos? Should Planned Parenthood be indicted? Share and comment below.

Activists Who Exposed Planned Parenthood Just Received Shocking News From Grand Jury

The two videographers secretly recording conversations with Planned Parenthood officials talking about the price of aborted babies’ body parts are facing criminal charges after a Harris County, Texas, grand jury indicted them.

David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, both with the anti-abortion group Center for Medical Progress, could receive up to 20 years in prison if convicted of the charges against them. Both were indicted of tampering with a governmental record, which is a second-degree felony carrying the hefty prison sentence. Daleiden was also indicted on a misdemeanor charge for allegedly violating the law in attempting to purchase or sell body parts.

Ironically, the same grand jury cleared the Planned Parenthood clinic in Houston, which was the center of the series of videos, of any criminal wrongdoing amid allegations the clinic brokered deals for sales of body parts. The videos caused a stir across the nation and prompted calls for cuts in federal funding to the parent organization, as well as for investigations in Texas.

“As I stated at the outset of this investigation, we must go where the evidence leads us. All the evidence uncovered in the course of this investigation was presented to the grand jury. I respect their decision on this difficult case,” said Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson.

While the local clinic is off the hook with the grand jury, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s office said a state investigation conducted by Attorney General Ken Paxton and the Human Services Commission is continuing.

“Nothing about today’s announcement in Harris County impacts the state’s ongoing investigation. The State of Texas will continue to protect life, and I will continue to support legislation prohibiting the sale or transfer of fetal tissue,” Abbott said.

A Planned Parenthood official in Houston said the organization feels “vindicated.” Planned Parenthood issued a series of allegations against Daleiden and others from the Center for Medical Progress, including claims the videographers obtained fake government identification and established a fake tissue procurement company.

Watch: Pro-Life Doctor Silences Liberals With Horrifying Demonstration Using Abortion Tools

Friday marks the 43rd anniversary of the watershed Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, and one doctor has committed himself to educating the American public by using the abortion’s tools from a practice he bought out over a dozen years ago.

“Dr. William Lile is a board certified physician in obstetrics and gynecology and the former OB/GYN department chair at Sacred Heart Hospital who has delivered over 3,000 babies. He is also the medical advisor for Priests for Life,” CNS News reports.

The Pensacola doctor purchased an abortion practice in his area 16 years ago and is using the instruments from the facility to demonstrate just how abortions are performed in the first, second and third tri-trimesters.

“He was the largest provider of abortion services for the tri-county area,” Lile told “We stopped all abortions on day one, all referrals on day one, and we had him sign a restrictive covenant where he could not practice any medicine in the tri-county area at all for the next 24 months, which pretty much pushed him into retirement and he moved back to Sweden.

“And we saw a dramatic decrease in the number of abortions in those three counties for the next several years until other providers came into the area,” the doctor said.

To illustrate how the procedures are performed to audiences nationwide, Lile brings an abortion machine, which is about the size of dishwasher, and he hooks it up to an empty steel can of paint thinner. The machine sucks with such force that it crushes the can. See video below: 

Lile told CNS that he is supportive of the series of undercover videos that the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released last year that revealed just what goes on behind closed doors at Planned Parenthood.

The OB/GYN doctor thought there would be even more of a public outcry, with change coming quickly, presumably including the defunding of Planned Parenthood.

“When there wasn’t a huge response, I realized that this is a spiritual battle. When the lives of a million babies a year are being taken, and 55 million babies’ lives since 1973, and you can see the obvious videos about the sale of those babies’ parts, and there’s not a dominant outcry from the public, that’s when you realize this is a disease of the heart,” Lile said. 

The pro-life advocate has put together a 60 minute video called God’s Miracle of Life to show how doctors used ultrasound and even cameras in the womb to diagnose and treat unborn babies as early as 18 weeks.

“A lot of people just do not realize how well developed the baby is on the inside. So we’ll show them videos and ultrasounds of the baby’s heart beating 28 days after conception,” the doctor said. 

Lile sees great hope in the youth. “The group I have the most hope in as far as really changing hearts and minds here in the United States are the kids. They are visual learners … They can see the heart beating 28 days after conception. They can see the fingers moving. They no longer believe that it’s just an inanimate blob of tissue.

“So my hope is in this upcoming generation. I really see the pendulum swinging,” he said.