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SANTA CLARA, CA, February 8, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – The job of NARAL Pro-Choice America is to advance and enhance the image of abortion in the United States. But some critics say a recent message posted on its Twitter account has set its cause back, exposing the ignorance or malice that underlies its position.

During Super Bowl 50 last night, NARAL criticized a Doritos commercial that showed an ultrasound of an unborn child seeming to reach out for a chip as “humanizing” human “fetuses.”

Pro-life leaders like Marjorie Dannenfelser, Bryan Kemper, Dr. Albert Mohler, and Ed Stetzer responded online, as did a host of others questioning the abortion trade group's grasp on science and reason.

Leslie Simoncek, communications director of Priests for Life, responded:

The Life Matters Journal took a similar approach:

Kristi Burton Brown, who frequently writes for Live Action News, wrote:

The American abortion organization's comment on a U.S. sports event's broadcast drew responses from all over the world.

The Canadian pro-life group We Need a Law tweeted:

Obianuju Ekeochoa, a native Nigerian currently living in Europe, responded:

Generally, pro-life respondents found NARAL's anti-baby tweets enlightening. The conservative blog The Stiletto tweeted:


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