One of the first commercials during the Super Bowl 50 broadcast was for Doritos. The low-brow humor was sure to catalyze the collective rolling of many eyes. Not everyone chuckled or rolled their eyes though; Pro-abortion groups like NARAL had a social media meltdown over it. Why? Because the commercial “humanized” a…human baby on an ultrasound. (My apologies for any brain cells lost after watching the video below)
The commercial shows two parents at a prenatal checkup. The husband is chowing down on Doritos (like any normal man would do in this situation) and the baby on the monitor moves in whatever direction the dad moves the chips. The frustrated wife takes a chip out of his hand and throws it on the floor. And that’s how babies are born.
— NARAL (@NARAL) February 8, 2016
Their above tweet is hilarious. NARAL is outraged that a human fetus is being “humanized”. It’s similarly hilarious there’s theorists who wonder if the Doritos’ marketing board intended on including a subtle pro-life message into their ridiculous advertisement. Oh, and just for good measure, they also called the advertisement sexist because why not.
Today’s ultrasound technology has proven to be a resilient foe to the pro-abortionists. When their movement started, the technology simply didn’t exist and the technological strides made in the past decade have been quite impressive. Now they even have 3D imaging of your unborn baby showing you exactly how “human” these little people are. In a world when bacteria on Mars would be hailed as “life found on another planet”, it’s comical that we’re supposed to believe what we’re witnessing on an ultrasound monitor is not life.
To quote the National Review article: