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Planned Parenthood torched on social media for pro-abortion ice cream bus: 'This is pretty creepy'
Image Source: @Alexismcgill Twitter screenshot

Planned Parenthood torched on social media for pro-abortion ice cream bus: 'This is pretty creepy'

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund unleashed its latest propaganda effort in support of abortion rights and many on social media were unimpressed with the "creepy" marketing campaign.

Alexis McGill Johnson posted a photograph of the pro-abortion ice cream bus on her official social media account on Monday. The campaign included passing out ice cream and free condoms at the annual South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.

"Ice cream, you scream, we all scream for abortion rights!" she tweeted.

"Catch us around SXSW and stop by to grab some free Bans Off swag, condoms, and education on the cold hearted policies of the Texas legislature," she added.

Many on social media reacted negatively to the bizarre marketing campaign from Planned Parenthood.

"In other news, Planned Parenthood has hired a creepy van," replied Emily Zanotti of Fox News Digital.

"So is there any actual ice cream or is this just a creepy van," responded another critic.

"Yeah this is pretty creepy and cringey," read another response.

"This is what one of the leaders of Planned Parenthood tweeted out. Talk about being open with their depravity, now they're using ice cream trucks to push abortion," read another reply.

"S*** like this is why I'm no longer pro-choice," said another user.

Pro-abortion advocates were outraged on Friday when the Texas Supreme Court unanimously ruled against a challenge to the state's "Heartbeat Act" that banned most abortions. Other states are following the example in hopes that the U.S. Supreme Court might overturn the 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade that established the right to abortions.

Here's more about the abortion fight:

Texas Supreme Court deals final blow to federal abortion law challengewww.youtube.com

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Carlos Garcia

Carlos Garcia

Staff Writer

Carlos Garcia is a staff writer for Blaze News.