“Baby Lives Matter” was painted in large letters overnight outside of a Salt Lake City Planned Parenthood.

The art was no doubt inspired by the “Black Lives Matter” painted outside the White House last month.

The artist, Tayler Hansen, tweeted a video where explained the reason behind his artistry, saying it was “dedicated to those abandoned without a voice.”

“My name is Tayler Hansen. I’m making this video to raise awareness of one of the most egregious human rights violations that has not been properly addressed. In 2019, abortion was the leading cause of death worldwide. Almost 43 million children were denied the most basic right of all…life. Which is why I felt incline to demonstrate a true peaceful protest dedicated to those abandoned without a voice.

Benny Johnson, a man-on-the-street political commentator with Turning Point USA posted the images to his Facebook page and identified Hansen as a “brave patriot.”

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The masterpiece caught the eye of Donald Trump Jr. who reposted Benny’s pictures saying, “This is amazing.”

The images appear to be taken from a drone, given the height and angles they’re taken from.

One image was edited with an arrow pointing to the Planned Parenthood building, showing the mere yardage distance from the building to the painting.

Anyone who drives into the Planned Parenthood building today (cause it will probably be painted over by tomorrow) is going to see the convicting message left by the pro-life hero.

This is likely to garner some protests, perhaps uncivilized opposition, and some paint splattering.

We’ll be sure to update the story as new information comes.




John Wesley Reid

John Wesley Reid is a Washington D.C. – based journalist and political commentator. A native of southern California, John studied political science at Biola University after serving in the Marine Corps. His favorite past times are studying theology, running, playing Skipbo, traveling, and dropping the classiest of puns.

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