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Liberal Ice Cream Parlor Features Abortion-Themed Ice Cream Flavor

Wow… I think I just lost my appetite, especially for ice cream. I’ve seen all kinds of ways to either support abortion or stand against it, but even I was floored by this one. I have always been against the practice. But I have never heard of anything like this before. It’s unique for lack of a better work. And it’s certainly shocking in my opinion.

NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon has now come up with a new abortion-themed flavor of ice cream for pro-abortion Portland, OR residents. It’s called “Rocky Roe v. Wade.” I wish I were kidding. It’s being served at a series of NARAL-sponsored ice cream socials that are intended to show “resistance” to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon tweeted, “We’ve partnered with @WhatstheScoopdx by offering ice cream pints for sale for a limited time only, including a new custom flavor made exclusively for NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon: Rocky Roe v. Wade! Order yours now & help defend reproductive freedom!”

NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon has partnered with What’s The Scoop, a Portland-area liberal ice-cream parlor, to create the custom abortion-flavored ice cream. And the news of this stunt has gone viral. Even if you don’t live in liberal-minded Portland, you can get a pint of the ice cream shipped directly to you. NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon’s local leader, Grayson Dempsey, is urging people to place their orders for the politically-themed dessert. The only difference being that if you are in Portland you can have your ice cream served by a so-called abortion superstar.

You can order your ice cream online between August 13-26. Then you can bike over to What’s the Scoop? at 3540 N Williams Ave. and pick up your pints between September 13-21. Abortion supporters and volunteers will be there on September 13th from 5:00-8:00 and would love to meet you and chit-chat with you about abortion and the Supreme Court. It’s not what I consider a family gathering place, but that’s just me.

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