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Conservatives hijack liberal hashtag game intended to smear pro-life movement

Pro Life supporters gather at the Washington Monument to hear Vice President Mike Pence speak at the March for Life rally Friday in Washington, D.C. (Tasos Katopodis/AFP/Getty Images)

Twitter became a battleground between conservatives and liberals yet again when NARAL, an abortion advocacy group, began a "hashtag" game meant to smear the pro-life movement.

Pro-abortion forces began tweeting under the hashtag #WhatsProLifeAbout, criticizing the Republican party, and mocking the pro-life cause. Failed politician and Rush Limbaugh foe Sandra Fluke joined in, tweeting, "Trumpcare savagely attacks life saving services yet GOP claims to be 'pro-life.'"

But very soon, conservatives and pro-life advocates began taking over the hashtag and sending messages to combat the pro-abortion narrative.

NARAL celebrated that their hashtag was trending on Twitter, meaning it was among the top topics tweeted, but many of the twitter messages were from conservatives.

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