The Girl Scouts are not even pretending to be supportive of traditional family values anymore.
The Girl Scouts of America recently gave the highest award to a young girl for organizing and executing a pro-abortion campaign. You read that correctly.
“The Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona recently honored a teen for her volunteer work on ‘reproductive health justice’ – an umbrella term that includes abortion on demand. Meghna Gopalan, recently profiled in a Tucson publication, received the Gold Award, the Girl Scouts highest honor, for her work,” LifeNews.com reported.
The report added: “Her project involved working with the pro-abortion Women’s March and its affiliate in Tucson. She said her goal was to “educate people about and destigmatize access to women’s healthcare” — euphemisms for abortion.”
In a local news interview, the young girl revealed she decided to support abortion after the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“I’m planning on hosting an event to educate people about and de-stigmatize access to women’s healthcare. I’ve been working with El Rio Reproductive Health Access Project, and they offered ideas on reproductive health justice which would broaden the scope of the project a little bit,” she said.
The girl added: “I got interested in the topic with the Supreme Court nomination of Kavanaugh.”
There has been discussion about the Girl Scouts’ ties to Planned Parenthood in the past.
The group that first uncovered the award for promoting abortion is called MyGirlScoutCouncil.com. The site’s co-editor told LifeNews.com that relationship is “cozy,” to say the least.
The Girl Scouts still claim they don’t have an official position on abortion.
However, they are also taking on "climate change."