MAINE—A group of elderly women wearing yellow T-shirts with the word “GRR!” splashed across the front gained public attention at the Maine state Capitol as they advocated for abortion.
GRR! stands for “Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights.” The group seeks to educate women at the local level about the pro-abortion agenda, and encourage women to speak with their local government officials about supporting abortion and other reproductive health issues. About 40 grandmothers participate in GRR!, according to the report.
Judy Kahrl founded the group after traveling to Africa and noticing young women who postponed family and childbearing for education and career. She said she noticed a disconnect with American society where abortion is more commonplace and yet the “pro-choice” crowd remains largely silent. So, she said she decided to start the local advocacy group GRR! on the Maine homefront.
“Abortion is a sticking point for many because it has become connected to religion,” Kahrl told the Free Press. “It’s not a religious issue. It’s not a Republican or Democratic issue. Reproductive freedom is a human rights issue.”
Kahrl’s father, Dr. Clarence Gamble, associated with Procter and Gamble, graduated from Harvard Medical School, and later his practice delved into women’s health issues including birth control advocacy, according to the New Maine Times.
Gamble was “good friends” with Margaret Sanger, the founder of the Planned Parenthood abortion business, according to the report. He founded a grassroots organization called “Pathfinder International” devoted to international reproductive health education, including the promotion of abortion. Judy Kahrl sometimes accompanied her father on these trips, the report continued.
It’s important to note that Judy Kahrl isn’t just some random Mainer who one day decided that it was important to dedicate her life to encouraging more women to have their unborn babies ripped to shreds in the womb and vacuumed out for disposal. Her familial ties to eugenics programs actually go way back, and are much more nefarious in intent.
Kahrl’s father is none other than Dr. Clarence Gamble of the mega-corporation Procter & Gamble – Dr. Gamble having long been an advocate of birth control and “women’s health” rights, aka abortion. Dr. Gamble was also reportedly “good friends” with Margaret Sanger, the infamous founder of the world’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.
Dr. Gamble also founded a grassroots organization known as “Pathfinder International” that, once again, was completely devoted to teaching “reproductive health education” internationally – reproductive health education being code for yet more abortion.
Judy Kahrl is said to have accompanied her father on many of his international trips to countries where he was promoting abortion, which explains her continued zeal for convincing as many young women as possible to abort their babies rather than give birth.
In one of the more bizarre attempts at logic this year, Kahrl added
“This isn’t about us. We’ve had our children and grandchildren. This is for them.”
This could explain why democrats want open borders and new voters that are dependent on the government. They keep killing off many of their voters.
For normal grandmothers, however, their feelings are quite the opposite about abortion. Most grandmothers are saddened by the abortion of their future grandchildren.
As they should be.
“Children’s children are a crown to the aged, and parents are the pride of their children” (Proverbs 17:6).