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Pro-life community stunned by NPR audio of woman having abortion: ‘Horrible and inappropriate’

Pro-life community stunned by NPR audio of woman having abortion: ‘Horrible and inappropriate’

The pro-life community does not believe NPR aired the Michigan woman’s “horrible and inappropriate” audio abortion on Thursday.

Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America President Marjorie Dannenfelser slammed NPR for an 11-minute segment in which reporter Kate Wells spoke with women and observed procedures at an abortion clinic outside Detroit. One of the women who decided terminate the pregnancy in “about 11 weeks,” according to Wells, he allowed NPR to record and broadcast audio of the proceedings.

“It’s appalling and inappropriate for a taxpayer-funded media outlet to air the harrowing moments for the child and mother of the abortion. If I were an advertiser, I’d question the judgment of offended viewers who see this death of an 11-week-old human being with fingers, toes, revealing left-handed or right-handed as tragic,” Dannenfelser told Fox News Digital.

NPR SHOCKED BY BROADCAST OF VOICE OF WOMAN WHO HAD AN ABORTION: ‘DISTURBING AND EVIL ON EVERY LEVEL’

The pro-life community is in disbelief that NPR aired it "horrible and inappropriate" audio recording of a Michigan woman having an abortion on Thursday.

The pro-life community is in disbelief that NPR aired “horrific and inappropriate” footage of a Michigan woman who had an abortion on Thursday.
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“Perhaps intended to anesthetize listeners, it will most likely backfire on those who promote it,” she continued. “Including abortion advocates seeking votes at the polls next Tuesday.”

NPR noted during the controversial segment that the women were travels to Michigan in “record numbers” seeking abortions since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade earlier this year. Abortion has emerged as a major issue for Democrats in the midterms.

Dr. Tara Sander Lee, who serves as senior fellow and director of natural sciences at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, said NPR reminded the country of the “cost” of having the most permissive abortion laws in the world.

“The sound of a mother’s suffering as her unborn child is pulled from her womb is painful and unforgettable. That child’s heart has already beaten over 9 million times and will not be heard again. That child has already shown a tendency to use his right or left hand when sucking his thumb Sander Lee told Fox News Digital.

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NPR shocked listeners Thursday when it aired audio of a Michigan woman having an abortion.

NPR shocked listeners Thursday when it aired audio of a Michigan woman having an abortion.
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“NPR called the baby ‘pregnancy tissue.’ cruel and degrading, because it denies what science knows about the humanity of babies and seeks to obscure what we instinctively know to be true.”

Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins believes NPR’s move backfired and inadvertently educated listeners about why many women are anti-abortion.

“NPR inadvertently told a powerful story, explaining why so many women are pro-life because when you hear a woman’s fear and the sound of her baby’s life slipping away, the natural reaction is sadness and horror,” Hawkins told Fox News Digital.

“Those radical pro-abortion extremists who support abortion as Biden and his team push — all 9 months, for whatever reason, even with taxpayer funding — have turned a deaf ear to what the rest of us know,” Hawkins said. “Abortion is a tragedy and to hear that a life has ended was a shocking disrespect to the mother and the child.”

HORRIBLE NPR ABORTION AUDIO SHOWS AMERICANS HOW HORRIBLE THE PROCEDURE AND NPR ARE

A group of anti-abortion protesters crash the Women's March Reproductive Rights Action Rally at Mariachi Plaza in Los Angeles, California on October 8, 2022.

A group of anti-abortion protesters crash the Women’s March Reproductive Rights Action Rally at Mariachi Plaza in Los Angeles, California on October 8, 2022.
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The group 40 Days for Life tweeted: “NPR thinks they did the abortion industry a favor by highlighting the gruesome reality of undergoing an abortion. Instead, they revealed exactly what the pro-life movement has always known: Abortion hurts women and kills babies. Women and their unborn babies they deserve better.”

Tierin-Rose Mandelburg of the conservative Media Research Center wrote “the fact that NPR shamelessly played the sound of a child bowing is extremely disturbing” and “simply heartbreaking”.

Wells claimed during the NPR segment that the dim lighting and “soothing music” made it feel “a lot like childbirth,” but Mandelburg strongly disagrees.

“In reality, a child is being killed. This is a crime scene,” Mandelburg wrote.

NPR did not respond to multiple requests for comment. NPR President and CEO John Lansing did not respond to an email asking if he supported the decision to air the abortion audio.

Fox News Digital reached out to several pro-choice groups for comment and did not receive responses.

Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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