Conservative groups are being accused of an “insult to women” after a video released on Friday night showed a Conservative activist using a megaphone to call for the killing of abortion providers.
The video, which is titled “Stop the Abortion, Don’t Kill Women,” was released by the National Pro-Life Committee, which describes itself as a “pro-life advocacy organization.”
The NRLC released the video on its Facebook page and on Twitter, saying it was intended to raise awareness about the rise of Planned Parenthood.
The National Pro.
Life Committee has not responded to a request for comment.
The NRCL said in a statement that the video “demonstrates the false belief that abortion providers are criminals and should be killed.”
It went on to say that the NRLC is a “hate group” and that it’s “deeply offended” by the video’s content.
In the video, a narrator says that abortion is murder and that the “government should not interfere in women’s lives.”
“There is no place for this type of anti-woman rhetoric,” the narrator says.
“It is time for people to wake up and realize that this type and this type is not what this country is about.”
The narrator goes on to criticize Planned Parenthood for being part of a group that has been “taken advantage of by corrupt politicians.”
The video also features footage of a man who identifies himself as a conservative who says that the country has been taken advantage of and that abortion should be illegal.
He says that he supports President Donald Trump’s call for an investigation into Planned Parenthood and says that there should be “some consequences” for those who “harass” abortion providers or doctors.
“The American Conservative Movement is not anti-women,” the video says.
The narrator also says that his group “has a history of using the rhetoric of hate and fear to further our cause, especially in our fight against abortion.”
The National Right to Life Committee, the group that released the videos, did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.
But its president, Rick Manning, called the NRCL’s message “incomprehensible and despicable.”
“We know that Planned Parenthood is the only legitimate source of healthcare for millions of women and families around the world,” Manning said in the statement.
“We also know that the only place for that type of rhetoric to be used is in a fight against the very real threats to women and their children.”
Manning said the group will continue to promote a “safe, legal and legal abortion.”