Hey check it out not only did we get anti-abortion people posting nonsense like quotes out of context and claims that a group that provides affordable reproductive health care including birth control, pap smears, and abortion is "racist" and has "eugenics roots", but we also got a bona fide CONSPIRACY THEORIST who thinks that vaccines contain mercury.
The entire point of this piece is to show the immense evils that occur when you refuse to allow women to make their own choices about their reproductive life. So, to all of you anti-choicers who try to spin this incredibly tragic event as a promotion for your own hateful, discriminatory agenda: go back to your own little corner of the internet where you can blatantly disregard women's rights and feelings in favor of your draconian hatred of them.
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