Published On: Mon, Feb 8th, 2016

Abortion group NARAL demonizes Doritos ad for ‘humanizing’ the fetus

photo/ screenshot Doritos Super Bowl ad

photo/ screenshot Doritos Super Bowl ad

With each Super Bowl comes a new crop of great commercials and Doritos delivered another big hitter, centering on a woman delivering a baby while the father chomps away on his Doritos. As the chip is moved, the baby on the ultrasound reacts until the chip is tossed aside and the baby “shoots out.”

Check out the ad below.

Some pro-choice activists were upset by the ad. This is not a satirical tweet but a real thing that a mainstream, pro-abortion group called NARAL Pro-Choice America (formerly National Abortion Rights Action League) wrote in response:

As NRO’s Jay Nordlinger noted earlier, the ad dares to portray the unborn child as human, and “not a meaningless blob of protoplasm” – an outrageous depiction according to NARAL.

Huffington Post’s headline was “Doritos’ Super Bowl Ad Is Making Us Rethink Ever Eating Doritos Again.” Adweek had the utterly bizarre headline: “How Doritos’ Super Bowl Ad Kicked Off a Twitter Conversation About Birth Control” followed by a deranged subhead: “‘Ultrasound’ got consumers talking about abortion.”

NARAL’s Twitter feed during the Big Game was generally joyless, pointing out micoraggression after microaggresion, each time urging followers to boycott the products with the hashtag #NotBuyingIt.

photo: 14 week fetus photo/ Your Pregnancy week by week

photo: 14 week fetus photo/ Your Pregnancy week by week

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