Earlier this week, the internet exploded over the abortion-counselor-turned-consumer Emily Letts as she publicized a video of her allegedly having an abortion done on herself. TLFR hosts have been wisely cautious about saying too much too soon about this story, and you will know the reason today on-air. Tune in to find out exactly what this is and what kind of "cool" we make out of this latest media Shock 'N Awe.
Next, is it now not okay to call a spade a spade? Attorney Chuck Allen from Alliance Defending Freedom will be our guest to discuss the lawsuit between pro-life advocate Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation and the NAACP. Recently, the judge in the case ruled that Ryan committed copyright infringement when he accused the NAACP of being the "National Association for Aborting Colored People." Chuck will talk about the legal ramifications for all pro-life advocates going forward from this case.
We also reconnect with Lynn Mills of Citizens for a Pro Life Society and the extensive work she does exposing the practices of abortionists in the Detroit, MI. As abortion facilities fall like dominoes in states like Texas, what are abortionists in other states doing to keep themselves employed as merchants of death?
Plus, Melissa will talk about the major news involving Charlotte area abortionist Ron Virmani. Did anyone ever think that abortionists could or would sexually assualt women in their abortion facilities? It seems like the "ugly black babies" abortionist is now under legal fire for just such a thing today.