The shocking ad USA Today refused to run

By Tom Quiner


It is shocking that a 20 week fetus looks so much like a human being.

She’s got a head, two arms, and two legs.

She has fingers and toes.

Her face is even expressive.

And she feels pain.

Heroic Media attempted to run the ad above in the USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, and the LA Times.

These papers refused.

Why? They didn’t like the photo of the baby. These newspapers, which advocate for unfettered human abortion, might feel kind of sheepish allowing their readers to see what the victims of late term human abortion look like.

They look like us, only smaller and with less hair.

Like us, they have human parents.

Like us, they have human DNA.

Like us, their physical body is changing by the second.

Unlike us, they can be killed for no reason. The Democratic Party will go to the mat for the right to kill the little girl pictured above.

If too many people see “what” our society allows to be killed via human abortion, they may start to get cold feet with the Democrat’s demand that the abortion industry remain unregulated.

If too many people are shocked by this ad and Democrat’s craven insistence that this little girl has not a single human right, well, it would mark the end of the Party.

For that reason, their lapdogs in the mainstream media do not want to run this ad.

Evidently, the Chicago Tribune has relented and will run the ad as long as it uses the word “advertisement.”

Fair enough.

Let’s hope the rest of the MSM will be shamed into following their lead.

This leads me to you. Are you shocked?

Are you willing to speak up for the little girl above? If yes, here’s what to do.

Print out the ad above. Fold it up and put it in your purse or wallet. When the opportunity presents itself, give it to a friend.

Here is what to say:

“This little girl needs your help. She is going to be hurt. There are many more just like her. Would you mind taking this ad and passing it on to another friend? Ask them if they’d be willing to add their voice to the cause of protecting these little people?”

And then say, “please, please, please spread the word … and this ad.”

The MSM may want to censor this ad. We can go around them.

Will you help?


  1. leftfooter on July 8, 2013 at 3:05 pm

    Thank you. I will do as you suggest. God bless!

  2. illero on July 8, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    Question: Was this just a test for the three liberal newspapers mentioned, or did the ad actually run in newspapers across the country?

    • quinersdiner on July 8, 2013 at 4:03 pm

      I don’t know. Typically, Heroic Media helps subsidize local pro life ads that encourage at-risk women to seek assistance from pro life clinics. This ad looks like they’re trying to reach the entire country. I haven’t heard if some papers accepted the ad.

    • John Rozycki on July 8, 2013 at 7:16 pm

      This ad appeared in today’s edition of The Wall Street Journal. It is indeed striking.

  3. kodonivan on July 8, 2013 at 9:35 pm

    It was shocking.
    I remember when I was having my first ultrasound and I asked the technician how well developed my baby was at 20 weeks. This tech told me that my baby was fully formed with arms and legs and fingers and toes and a face. How can anyone abort with that description?
    This was 15 years ago and I can still hear that technician’s voice and how she described my child. All I could think about was how amazing it was.
    Wow…it is interesting the things one remembers.

    • quinersdiner on July 9, 2013 at 7:26 am

      Sounds to me like the technician described a person.