AN AMERICAN blogger has slammed the women in the back of the Twitter account ‘Two ladies Travel’ for calling them ‘murderous cowards.’ Conservative blogger Courtney Kirchoff also wondered about using the word ‘courageous’ to explain the 2 ladies. “Pricey girls who anoint themselves heroes for killing their unborn infants, Your cowards. Stone-cold, murderous cowards,” the open letter begins.
The Twitter account, Two girls Journey, went viral over the weekend after Two Irish girls made the selection to live-tweet their journey to an undisclosed region in Britain to have an abortion. The girls, who remained anonymous, stay tweeted their revel into over 23,000 fans – from departing Dublin airport on Saturday morning to the hospital until they arrived again in Eire on Sunday nighttime.
The method continues to be illegal in Eire but has been the problem of plenty of debate in recent years, with many pro-desire campaigners calling for the government to repeal the Eighth change.
The story, which has picked up worldwide attention, drew the ire of Yankee author and novelist Courtney Kirchoff, who penned a bit for the conservative blog ‘Louder with Crowder’ slamming the ladies Page Design Shop.
Inside the piece, Ms. Kirchoff blasted the pair and took a pop at humans praising their actions. She stated: “Ultimately, there’s you, the self-appointed martyr type. Courageous little she-soldiers combating evil seasoned-lifers who refuse to hold their rosaries off your ovaries. Especially for this letter, the ladies of @TwoWomenTravel on Twitter. “Two broads who determined to stay tweet episodes of your abortion quest for the Twitterverse to look. So hundreds of she-beasts…could applaud you in your daring ‘bravery.’”
Her piece slamming the girls, which you may examine here, has in view that long gone viral.
Final month, Abortion Aid Network, a charity which supports Irish ladies who Travel to Britain for abortions, heard from heard 67 girls looking for assist, recommendation, or financial Help. In 2015, over 4000 girls traveled to the United Kingdom from Eire to have an abortion.