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Grandinetti To Celebrate Abortion Rights Hosting Rocking Party August 14

By Mike Hudson

August 12, 2014

Kristen Grandinetti will boogie for abortion rights Thurs.

Niagara Falls City Councilwoman Kristen Grandinetti, a wedding officiant and abortion rights proponent, will host her annual "Rockin' For Choice" event on Thursday (Aug. 14) Shawn Weber and Dave Guisiana's Wine on Third, a restaurant and wine bar popular with local politicos and the recipient of hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars in city and state grants and loans.

Grandinetti is the face of abortion rights in Niagara Falls.

A former Catholic, she announced that she switched her faith to Episcopalian following her 2013 re-election because of the Roman Catholic Church's opposition to both abortion and gay marriage.

Grandinetti won Planned Parenthood's 2009 William B. Hoyt Advocacy for Choice Award for her "outstanding public commitment and integrity to the preservation of reproductive freedom and women's rights."

Planned Parenthood is the nation's largest abortion provider, and also hands out an award dedicated to Margaret Sanger, its founder, who, in the early 20th century advocated that the lower classes be incentivized to get sterilized.

To grow a "beautiful garden of children," you "have got to fight weeds," Sanger said.

While that which is aborted looks astonishingly like a human, abortion rights activists are convinced it is not.

Grandinetti, a fourth grade teacher in the city's school system, is responsible for educating the predominantly lower class children who attend the schools.

She's been a supporter of the Covanta waste-to-energy plant here, a company proven to accept aborted human fetuses as "waste" in at least one of their incineration facilities.

Last year's Rocking For Choice gala was a swinging affair, and this year's should be no different. Partiers will feast, drink and dance in celebration of the more than one million abortions performed annually in the United States and the fact that women can unilaterally decide to abort.

According to "Abortion Statistics: United States Data and Trends," Natural Right to Life Committee's education director, Dr. Randall K. O'Bannon, there have been an estimated 54,559,615 abortions since 1973.

O'Bannon based his data on information provided from the Centers for Disease Control and the Guttmacher Institute.

While some proponents of abortion rights are mainly concerned with a women's right not be burdened with unwanted children, a growing number of people - who are less vocal - believe abortion is the solution to overpopulation and should be encouraged.

With a burgeoning world population, exceeding seven billion and growing, at a rate that population experts suggest will soon surpass the earth's resources for sustainability, more than a few support abortion for the exact reason Sanger said: elimination of the dependent and impoverished class' unwanted offspring.

All proceeds of the Grandinetti event will go to Planned Parenthood. The fee is $30 per person.

Ironically the band performing will be the Tune Babes. Some people who oppose abortion consider that which is aborted is an unborn baby.





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