CookieCott 2014: Anti-abortion groups are boycotting Girl Scout cookies
Matt Slocum, Associated Press
Anti-abortion groups are protesting Girl Scout cookies, The Huffington Post reported.
The groups participating in CookieCott 2014 are boycotting cookies because of the Girls Scouts’ alleged “support for abortion-rights advocates,” such as Democrat Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis, HuffPost reported. These groups, including Pro-Life Waco, are making it clear they won’t support the cookies because the Girl Scouts aren't giving anti-abortion politicians any support.
"It's very clear that they are not citing any pro-life leaders with any praise, even though their official stand is they are not taking any position on abortion," said John Pisciotta, director of Pro-Life Waco.
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