Heritage House '76 employee talking up the fetus doll sets
North Dakota pro-lifers may have recently lost in federal court their bid to ban abortions at six weeks, ("Unconstitutional," said a federal judge), but that hasn't stopped them from trying everything they can to win the battle against choice.
In a particularly creepy ploy, anti-choicers slipped squishy fetus toys into children's candy bags during a parade at North Dakota State Fair. The doll, called "The Precious One," is manufactured by Heritage House, a pro-life store, and retails for $1.50 apiece, less if you buy them in bulk, which apparently the pro-lifers did, since there were lots of five- and six-year-olds running around squeezing, throwing and playing with their squeezable fetus toys afterwards.
And for those politically correct, non-racist anti-abortion activists, fetus dolls can be purchased in various ethnicities, too. Dropping those into kids' goodie bags just seems ghoulish and without much of a point.