Anti-Abortion Group Plans to Fly Massive, Graphic Banners Over Philly During DNC

The 50' x 100' banner will depict an aborted fetus, according to conservative news site The Stream.


A pro-life group called Created Equal wants to fly a graphic anti-abortion banner over the city during the Democratic National Convention this month.

According to a photo released by the group, the 50′ x 100′ banner will feature an aborted fetus and the words “rescue unborn children.”

Ohio-based Created Equal is targeting both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Planes will fly over each. 

The group’s national director, Mark Harrington, told conservative news site The Stream that he wants all federal funding “currently given to Planned Parenthood … redirected to 13,000 federally licensed health clinics, which provide true comprehensive women’s health care.”

Harrington told The Stream that Created Equal wants to expose the DNC as the “party of Gosnell,” in reference to Kermit Gosnell, the notorious abortion doctor imprisoned for life in 2013 for killing three babies who were born alive in his horrific West Philadelphia clinic.

“They support late-term abortion and infanticide,” Harrison said, according to The Stream. “The recent Supreme Court decision virtually stripped all meaningful regulations from abortion and has now opened the door more Gosnell-like ‘House of Horrors’ to take place.”

Created Equal will also infiltrate Ohio’s skies during the Republican National Convention. The group believes presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump hasn’t been clear enough about where he stands on abortions.

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