earleyThey asked me about my thoughts on abortion, about policy, about underlying belief that would lead to certain conclusions. It was pretty comprehensive. It was very long….

It seems like [new NARAL president Ilyse Hogue] is well aware of the fact that there is a growing movement especially among younger people that can’t ignore the science and technology any longer that proves the humanness of the [child in the] womb….

And she recognizes that. So she’s worried about that, she’s specifically afraid of that aspect of it. She’s particularly concerned about the young people.

~ University of Richmond law student and pro-life activist Mark Earley Jr. (pictured), discussing the fact that political consulting firm GMMB (which “worked as a ‘lead strategic firm’ for Obama’s… presidential campaign[s]”) did extensive interviews with “millennial” pro-life activists in their homes without disclosing that they were hired by NARAL, as quoted by The Daily Caller, February 20

According to the article, “the video was presented at [NARAL’s Washington] dinner in order to show pro-choice activists the ‘passion’ of pro-lifers on the other side of the issue ‘in an effort to fire up (NARAL) members.'”

[Photo via Earley’s Facebook page]