Those words from Christie Hoos, a British Columbia mother who was “infuriated” so see a picture of her daughter with Down Syndrome on an ad for a Swiss genetics company advertising an “early” and “accurate” prenatal testing kit. .
Nine out of ten parents who discover their pre-born baby has Down Syndrome abort the baby.
Hoos said, “…[W]hen I saw with my own eyes… her sweet face on that ugly banner, it broke my heart. While my girl courageously fights for her life, this company questions whether she has a life worth living.”
Christie said that it’s no secret that genetic testing of unborn babies is carried out primarily for eugenic purposes, not for altruistic reasons or “parental preparedness.” She added,“I find [that] morally reprehensible.”
Pete Baklinski, “Mom Horrified to See Photo of Daughter with Down Syndrome on ad for Prenatal Testing,” LifesiteNews.com, June 15, 2015.
While Target refuses to protect women and children from male predators in the fitting rooms and rest rooms, they just announced plans to spend $20 million to install single-stall bathrooms--but not for the cross-dressing confused. No, those bathrooms are for the majority to stand in line to use. No word if they plan to install single room fitting rooms to protect against males taking pictures and videos of women and girls like occurred at Target stores in Idaho, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Texas, and Ohio. (Interestingly, an objector in the news story above said he would change his mind if women and girls were being victimized. They are.)