by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
The Girl Scouts USA has long been under scrutiny from conservatives for their alleged pro-Planned Parenthood abortion friendly stance.
The Girl Scouts vigorously deny that they support abortion, and deny having a partnership with abortion factory Planned Parenthood. But the list of pro-abortion groups and events that you will find the Girl Scouts at is growing by leaps and bounds.
“Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment:” Matthew 5:21 (KJV)
Girl Scouts in 2019 has very little to do with raising and nurturing the next generation of young girls, and everything to do with recruiting and indoctrinating the next generation of anti-life Progressive Socialists.
New evidence: The Girl Scouts USA is an abortion-supporting organization
FROM LIVE ACTION: While the organization states on its website that they “do not take a position or develop materials on” abortion, recent social media posts from the group along with a confirmed relationship with Teen Vogue support the idea that the Girl Scouts are a pro-abortion organization.
The Girl Scouts have long denied a connection between their organization and Planned Parenthood, going so far as to state that they don’t have “a relationship or partnership” with the abortion corporation, yet admitting that individual troops are allowed to partner with local Planned Parenthood facilities. While concerns and controversy still linger, it seems that the Girl Scouts are now practically shouting their abortion support from the rooftops.
In June of 2018, the Girl Scouts tweeted a thank you to Teen Vogue regarding a Teen Vogue Summit in which they participated. This summit has featured “reproductive justice” as one of its topics. “We had a blast,” they said. “Talk about feeling empowered.” Along with the tweet was a video which included the pro-abortion mantra, “my body, my choice, my rights.” It’s a clear message from the Girl Scouts. They falsely believe that abortion is a right, rather than a gross attack on human life and human rights.
In November of 2018, the Girl Scouts again tweeted support for Teen Vogue, thanking them for “extending the sponsorship opportunity” for a Teen Vogue Summit. Teen Vogue Summit events include topics such as “an honest and intimate conversation on healthy, safe, and pleasurable sex, in a new age of inclusivity.” The events have featured former Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards, and manager of Youth Organizing for Planned Parenthood Sharim Hossain as speakers. In addition, Teen Vogue has recently been outspoken about their support for late-term abortion.
Girl Scouts is excited to be in sunny LA at the #TeenVogueSummit. We’re all about tackling pressing issues that girls deal with on a daily basis and are joining forces to create a better world for future leaders. 💚 @TeenVogue—thanks for extending the sponsorship opportunity!
— Girl Scouts (@girlscouts) 30 November 2018
On December 26, 2018, the Girl Scouts got straight to the point on Instagram. In a #WednesdayWisdom post, they celebrated Girl Scout alum Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court, highlighting O’Connor’s “duty to ‘help people at all times.’” They celebrated O’Connor because, as they say, “she was a key swing vote in many important cases, including the upholding of Roe v. Wade.” It doesn’t get more clear than that. The Girl Scouts support Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in the United States through all nine months of pregnancy, overruling multiple state laws enacted by the elected representatives in those states.
Christy Volanski, co-editor of MyGirlScoutCouncil.com, told Live Action News, “Girl Scouts’ FAQs claim the organization takes ‘no position’ on the issue of abortion. Given these recent examples – like Girl Scouts partnering in and promoting pro-abortion events, sharing the abortion industry mantra ‘my body. my choice. my rights,’ praising Roe v. Wade, and promoting pro-abortion role models to girls – that just doesn’t add up.”
As for politics, the Girl Scouts did take part in President Trump’s inauguration parade, and they took a lot of heat for it. They responded to the complaints by saying that they are a “nonpartisan nonprofit organization that by law cannot take positions on political candidates or parties” — and then went on to participate in the anti-Trump Women’s March the day after the inauguration.